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Hagley News - June 2018


Update on Hagley's Redevelopment

by Mike Fowler

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

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Zoey Harris, 17, is the youngest competitor in the Sky Tower Stair Challenge

Zoey Harris – Reaching New Heights…Literally

by Rowan Milburn

Meet a driven student who is making a name for herself in Fire Brigade circles and breaking down the gender barriers as a role model for girls both at Hagley and beyond…

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2018 Cabaret Cast

Cabaret 2018

by Cabaret Staff

Cross-dressing aliens and love-sick dentists with horticultural inclinations make for interesting themes for a high school musical, but Hagley is a place where we like to do things a little bit differently.

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Scott Leighton

Hagley Theatre Company Graduate

by Scott Leighton

I started at Hagley Theatre Company in 2014 as an aspiring young actor. Through high school I was always involved in drama and thoroughly enjoyed it.

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School of Music

by Nanako Sato

The Music Department has started Term 2 on a positive note. We are very fortunate to have many talented artists in our school.

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Finn Gray-Swann with his Skateboard and racing helmet

Skateboarding Racing at Bathurst

by Finn Gray-Swann

Last month Finn Gray-Swann from 9SK was invited to race in the first event of the World Cup Downhill Skateboarding Series raced in Bathurst, NSW, Australia.

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Josh Turner and Star Walker

Sheilah Winn Shakespeare

by Fiona Brownlie

Ominous dinner guests, the ghosts of dead friends and bloody murder was all on the menu for Hagley’s Macbeth cast in the Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Festival.

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Term 2 Reports - Out Now!

by Jenni Holden

All students, parents and whānau of Hagley College should have received email notification that Term 2 Reports are available now through the Student and Parent Portals.

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Celia King

by Ros Jackson

Celia King began her teaching career as an Early Childhood kaiako at Hagley College 18 years ago.

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Mau Rākau

by Regan Stokes

On Friday the 13th of April, the last day of Term 1, over 50 ākonga studying te reo Māori at Te Puna Wai o Waipapa attended a full day workshop to learn mau rākau (Māori martial arts and weaponry).

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Space Camp

by Jo Eaton

The end of Term 1 saw 10 of our Year 12 students join in with 22 students from Cashmere High School, Unlimited, Otago Boys High School and Logan Park High School, on a 19 day adventure to America.

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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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