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Diverse Communities Newsletter - Term 4 2020

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Term 4

by Lesley Cowie

Term 4 has been busy and full of learning, fun and celebrating success. Hagley College Senior Prizegiving evening was on the 12th November. At this event many of our students won special prizes.

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Hagley preschool news

by Bee Williamson Assistant Director Hagley Community Preschool

In June we had a family celebration for Matariki, the Māori New Year, at Birdlings Flat. We had some games and lots of yummy food together. We looked for special stones on the beach. Lots of fun was had by all.

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Peter Cox - After 3 Photography class

Hagley After 3 – Pathways to further learning

by Sarah Denny

If you’re excited about improving your English, learning new skills or starting a new programme of study, you’re in the right place! At Hagley, we offer a full range of evening programmes that will help your well-being and set you up for future learning.

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BARIZ SHAH

by Bariz Shah

MUSLIM YOUTH KAIMAHI - Purapura Whetu Trust, Christchurch

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Maria Hayward

by Tara De Coninck

On Tuesday 8th of September, Maria Hayward came to visit us at the homework centre.

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Hagley Homework Centre

by Jane Coppell

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year

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Outings in Spring

by Norma Orlowski

11ELC went on a few outings in the springtime.

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Year end function at Champion street

by Clyde Smith

On Friday 20th November all teachers and students of the Community English classes at both Champion Street and Hagley campus joined together at the new Champion Street campus to celebrate their last official event for the year 2020.

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Tino pai! - there’s a lot to be grateful for in 2020

by Mike Fowler

It can be easy to forget that there are many parts of the world which continue to face huge struggles in the face of Covid 19. We shouldn’t forget that.

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HALC Tutor Feature: Robynne Cusdin

by Joanna Fox

I’m Christchurch born and bred, an independent only child. I have been an English language teacher for over 20 years since finishing my BA (Bachelor of Arts) in Linguistics and English Literature, plus a Post Graduate Diploma in Adult Learning and Teaching (ESOL).

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New Classes at HALC (Hagley Adult Literacy Centre)

by Leoni Combrink

2020 has been a year of changes for us! With our shift from Hagley Ave to Champion Street, the need to spread our classes across the city, and then of course the need to learn how to teach over a digital platform and back to the classroom again, it’s no wonder we are all tired! Over the past two terms we have started some new classes:

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HAVING FUN TOGETHER IN CLASS

by Robyn Peterson

Listening to our classes from the HALC office, I hear lots of laughter and I just love that.

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