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Hagley News - May 2019

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Strong City Council Support for Multicultural Hub

by Mike Fowler

Mike Fowler, Ahmed Tani and Surinder Tandon [pictured above] made a presentation to the City Council on 3 May requesting support for the Multicultural Hub development.

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Information for our school community - planned industrial action on 29 May

by Mike Fowler

The Hagley Board of Trustees has determined that the school will be closed on Wednesday 29 May due to PPTA and NZEI industrial action.

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Hagley Redevelopment Update

by Mike Fowler

Investigations are being carried out on B Block and X Block to confirm costings for the work required on these buildings.

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Ki O Rahi Tournament

by Dawn Papuni

We as a kura were grateful to represent Te Puna Wai O Waipapa at the Hillmorton High Ki O Rahi tournament, held on Friday April 5th.

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Senior Wellbeing Programme

by Emma Lumb

We are nearing the end of our second block of modules in the Senior Wellbeing Programme, with students having made their selections for Block 3, which starts after Queen’s Birthday.

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Hagley College Reports are Changing

by Marie Stribling

This year we have redesigned our Junior and Senior College reports. Junior reports were released this week. Senior reports will be released on May 27.

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Theatre Company Keeps Delivering

by Leoni Combrink

Hot on the heels of a successful Theatre in Education tour the Company's 2nd Year students launched into teaching the newly-minted 1st Years all about our unique and well-known Scene+ season.

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10MAH Sustainability Project

by Jo Eaton

As part of the Year 10 Science programme, 10MAH have been learning about conservation and global sustainability.

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In Situ – Hagley Dance Company Debut

by Darryl Low

With the year barely underway, members of Hagley Dance Company were thrown their first challenge – create and perform your own works in front of a public audience.

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2019 Text Prize for Young Adults and Children...

by Morrin Rout

Jenna Heller, a graduate of the Hagley Writers' Institute, has been shortlisted for the prestigious Text Prize.

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Certificate of University Preparation

by Emma Lumb

Preparations are beginning for the second semester intake of the Certificate of University Preparation programme that we deliver with the University of Canterbury.

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Sheilah Winn photos from the student directed entry of A Midsummer Night's Dream

Sheilah Winn – A Record Entry

by Darryl Low

Following the success of Josh Turner winning Best Actor in last year’s regional event, a record number of 17 students signed up to tackle the Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Festival in 2019.

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Author Visit

by Liz Jones

Young Adults author, Rachael Craw from Nelson, visited Hagley Library on Friday 17 May to talk about her path to becoming a writer and to give two writing workshops.

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Noah
Fenwick

Secondary Schools Road Race Championship

by Molly McLaren

On Thursday the 8th May, Noah Fenwick, a Year 13 Hagley student competed in the Christchurch Secondary Schools Road Race Championships at the A&P Showgrounds.

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Music for Life

by Nanako Sato

After concentrating on the academic side of music in Term 1, our performers are coming out to play this term.

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Horticulture Programme

by Jo Eaton

Relocation of our school's horticulure area is underway.

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Aedyn Hitchcox and James McCallum

11 Hauora Programme

by Rowan Milburn

Caine’s Arcade: An inspiring story of an entrepreneur in the making.

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Sherron Harrison

by Ros Jackson Tumuaki Tuarua: Hauora kaimahi

Sherron came to Hagley/Te Puna Wai O Waipapa four years ago this August as administrator to the Senior Leadership Team and is one of the key people working on Hagley’s payroll.

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The Gift of Giving

by Aimee Mahuta

On Friday 10th May, "Living the Pai Life" students travelled to Christchurch Bull Breed Rescue in Woolston to deliver donated goods and offer their time to help the centre's volunteers.

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New Parent Portal

by Julie Davies

Hagley College has a new look Parent Portal!

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Student Exchange Australia New Zealand

by Sandra Harders

Host families are needed in New Zealand.

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Careers News

by Claire Jones

Ara is offering the following free taster days in May & June.

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