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Hagley News - April 2018

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Greta Patchett-Christensen

Junior College Open Night - 8th May

by Mike Fowler

If you're considering Hagley for Year 9 in 2019, don't miss our open night: 4:30pm or 5:30pm on 8th May. It's a great opportunity to meet us, find out about our unique school, learn about what we offer, as well as take a look around.

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Update on Hagley's Redevelopment

by Mike Fowler

Developing the design brief for the 'new look' Hagley.

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Principal Mike Fowler with the Easter Bunny

The Easter Bunny

by Suzanne Waters

Smiles and laughter erupted from our students on the Wednesday before the Easter break as the Easter Bunny made its traditional delivery of Easter eggs to classes around the school.

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Positive Education New Zealand Conference

by Emma Lumb

This time last year five Hagley staff attended the inaugural Positive Education New Zealand Conference held at Christ’s College.

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Hagley's Annual Plan - tell us what you think!

by Mike Fowler

We’re developing our Annual Plan and we'd really like to know what our students, parents, caregivers and whānau think!

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Our Review of Year 9 and 10 Curriculum

by Marie Stribling

We are continuing our work on reviewing the curriculum - what we teach and how we teach it - at Years 9 and 10. While these junior levels are our main focus, it is likely that this review will lead to some changes also in Years 11-13 over time.

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Tilly Pritchard

Tilly Pritchard

by Rowan Milburn

A new student to Hagley with talent, ambition and the work ethic to make it in competitive kayaking.

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South Island Championship in Timaru

by Clint Pilkington

Following the Canterbury Secondary Athletics Champs held at Rawhiti Domain, we had a group of students selected for the South Island Championship in Timaru.

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Mural

Mural on the Whānau Block

by Regan Stokes

Late last year the outside walls of the Whānau Block were painted with a fantastic street art mural designed by Aimee Mahuta (Ngāti Mahuta), a kaiako of Physical Education and Health at our kura. Aimee worked with a small group of Māori students to spray paint the design in Term 4.

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Sondra Bunt-Muir

Sondra Bunt-Muir

by Ros Jackson

Sondra is new to Te Puna Wai o Waipapa in 2018. She is a new kaiako and has been well prepared for this position by completing a BA in Te Reo at Victoria University and her Masters of Teaching and Learning.

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Electronic Communications

by Jenni Holden

Hagley College issues reports and school information electronically wherever possible.

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Students and Staff: Listen to Audiobooks Over the Holidays!

by Liz Jones

As well as eBooks, we now have access to 500+ Audiobooks through our school's Wheelers platform.

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Food prepared by School of Cuisine students

Staging a Success

by Darryl Low

As the term winds to a close, things at The Open Stage have been ramping up with the recent sellout season of Scene+ taking place.

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Jaden Salkeld and Maurice Gillard

Out and About in Year 9 - Surf and Science Day 2018

by Rowan Milburn

I caught up with two of Hagley’s new Year 9 students, Jaden Salkeld and Maurice Gillard, about their trip to Sumner last week where surfing and sand dunes were the activities of the day.

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Entertainment Books

by Jenni Holden

Hagley College is raising funds by selling Entertainment Books. Pre-order your 2018/2019 Entertainment Book or Digital Membership today!

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Year 12 & 13 Gender Studies classes attending University of Canterbury

Gender Studies Visit to UC

by Jasmine Lambert

A sunny Thursday afternoon in mid-March saw Anna Taylor and Jasmine Lambert accompany their Year 12 and 13 Gender Studies classes to the University of Canterbury.

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The INSITU Project 2018 Success!

by Naressa Gamble

The Insitu Project is an annual show held at Hagley College which explores spaces around the college campus rather than taking place in a conventional studio or theatre.

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Music News

by Nanako Sato

The Music Department has had a busy start to the year, with various groups involved in a variety of activities and events.

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