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Hagley News - Sept 2020


Hagley redevelopment - plans for our new hubs now online

by Mike Fowler

Exterior renders, floor plans and fly throughs for the new Auripo and Wainuku hubs are now on our website.

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Principal Mike Fowler, Namrud Gebreab, Kahsay Zemicheal, Atsede Kidane and Fishale Weldesilase,  Hellen Gezu, Enbeba Tesfu, Ben Gresham 

Colour It, Print It Kete Wana class welcomes Eritrean refugees to Hagley

by Robyn Davison

Our Kete Wana collaboration project this year is part of the Tuku Aroha project, which is about making quilts to gift to others.

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Pasifika o Te Puna Wai o Waipapa

by Emma Lumb

Takanga émau fohe – Our oars are moving in unison

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Hagley Korfball Team with coach Carl Chung

Hagley Korfball League success

by Carl Chung

The Hagley korfball team competed in the Under 17 Korfball Winter League during Term 2 and 3.

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 Davy Simpson Mandolin maker

Hagley College Impact Project Industry Visit

by Nathan Walsh

Impact Project is a new Year 13 University Entrance course for 2020 where students are using their skills from another subject area to conduct a major project over the year.

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Dance Company

Take a peek

by Darryl Low

At the end of July the Performing Arts department did something we’ve never done before – perform together

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Hagley College Kapa Haka

Whakanui Puaka Matariki – Celebration evening of Puaka and Matariki

by Regan Stokes

On Thursday 23rd July, our school community celebrated the Māori New Year with a whānau event in the school cafe where we hosted around 120 whānau, ākonga and kaimahi (staff) with a kai folowed by a Kapa Haka performance and our Manu Kōrero speech finals for our kura.

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Two newsletters of interest

by Leoni Combrink

Please find below two additional newsletters of interest to read to those in the Hagley community.

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Hagley College documentary

by Mike Fowler

The producers Frank Film were keen to emphasise Hagley’s focus on diversity, inclusion, individuality and flexibility.

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Staff Profile: Tony Wright

by Ros Jackson Tumuaki Tuarua: Hauora kaimahi

Tony Wright is a Kaiako in his 31st year of teaching at Hagley in the Mathematics and Outdoor Education departments.

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Full time courses forge ahead

by Darryl Low

Despite the ongoing pandemic, students studying theatre and dance full time have wasted no time in getting creative.

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Hannah Brady

Hannah Brady – Challenging herself and excelling with a taste of University

by Rowan Milburn, Associate Principal

Hannah Brady is a Hagley College Year 13 student with a difference. She has chosen a path that has enabled her to focus on her passion for Psychology at the University level whilst still a secondary school student!

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L-R: Candidates Dale Stephens, Mark Arneil, Duncan Webb, Chrys Horne, with students Elvis Nicolls, Sol Rogers-Mullins, and Quinn Legerwood-Gee

Christchurch Central Meet the Candidates

by Jasmine Lambert

On Wednesday 26th August around a hundred Year 13 students gathered in the Café to hear from four local political candidates in the lead up to this year’s General Election.

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Practice NCEA Exams

by Julie Davies

Many of our Year 11-13 students will be sitting practice NCEA external examinations in September and October.

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by Julie Davies

Term 3 Junior College Reports and Senior Subject Feedback Reports are available on the Parent Portal now.

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Second opportunity taken

by Naomi Milner

Ex-Hagley student Ava Trevella is enjoying her first year as a fine arts student at Canterbury University and believes she made it there thanks in no small part to the Catch up College summer programme offered each year, here at Hagley.

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Piki Kotuku Aumua-Carrick, Eve Tonascia, Jesse Easterbrook and Annabelle Johnston

The Canterbury Readers Cup

by Liz Jones, Librarian

The Canterbury Readers Cup has been running for three years, but this is the first year Hagley has entered a team.

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