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Hagley News : October 2016

Upcoming Dates & Events:

Yr 11 Graduation & Prizegiving
Addington Events Centre
Tuesday 1 November
7-9pm

Senior Prizegiving
Charles Luney Auditorium, St Margaret’s College
Monday 7 November
7-9pm

Last Day for Seniors
Wednesday 9 November

Teacher Only Day (No Classes for Juniors)
Thursday 10 November

Christchurch Show Day – Friday 11 November

Athletics Day - Hansen Park
Thursday 17 November

New Entrants Evening (Year 9 2017)
Hagley College Cafe
Tuesday 22 November
5-7pm

Enrolment Day
Student Centre
24 November
10am-2:30pm & 5-6:30pm

Year 10 Camp
3 days – week starting 28 November (TBC depending on weather)

Junior Fun Day / Last Day for Juniors
Thursday 8 December
10am-1.30pm

Junior Graduation & Prizegiving
Charles Luney Auditorium, St Margaret’s College
Thursday 8 December
7-9pm

Contents

Ian Leggat and Brent Ingram

50th Anniversary Weekend

by Charlotte Sowman

Over the weekend of the 14-16 October, Hagley held a celebration event to mark the 50th Anniversary of Hagley College.

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50 years of Hagley: six perspectives

by Ros Jackson

One of the highlights of Friday's celebrations was hearing from six Hagley people, whose links to the school span nearly 50 years from its opening to the current day.

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Finn Does Hagley Proud

by Ilana Moir

In the holidays Finn Hawkesby-Browne represented Hagley in the Secondary Schools MTB Competition in Dunedin.

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Celebrating 50 Years of Innovation

by Mike Fowler

Hagley is regarded as an innovative place, which was reinforced at our '50 Years of Hagley' celebrations held over the weekend of 14 - 16 October. What isn't as well known is that our history of innovation goes back nearly 50 years.

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Hagley Fashion Show!

by Charlotte Sowman

It's that time of year again when lots of exciting things are happening at Hagley, and one of those is our School of Fashion's Fashion Showcase.

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Fashion teacher - Vicki Dixon

Vicki Dixon - Fashion Leader

by Mike Fowler

Vicki's approach in Hagley's full-time fashion school is all about helping students realise their true ability in an area they love.

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Richard Townsend - Hagley's Film Guru

by Naomi Milner

As he graciously accepts the prize for Runner-up Judges' Choice: Best School Short Film in the NOVA Employment Focus on Ability 2016 Australia/New Zealand Competition, Richard Townsend wishes to extend a heartfelt “thanks” to the dedicated team he feels he has had around him throughout his development into the filmmaker he has already become. 

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And the gold medal goes to…

by Rowan Milburn

15 senior girls went to Mairehau High School to listen to Westpac Ambassador and Paralympic Champion Sophie Pascoe. 

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Caroline Hewitt, 3 June 1961 - 13 July 2016

by Judy Philips

Earlier this year Hagley lost a wonderful staff member after Caroline sadly lost her battle with cancer.

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From Prom King, decked in gold, to Hagley College’s biggest advocate

by Rowan Milburn

John Beijen is a guy that you just instantly like... He is quirky, he is driven, he is a helper, he is intelligent and he is super happy just being himself. 

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Morgan Bradley

Theatre Co Graduate, Morgan Bradley 

by Cameron Mattox

From the Hagley Theatre Company to NZ television, Morgan Bradley now has her sights set on Hollywood.

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The School of Animation and Digital Design

by Marie Stribling

Here at Hagley we have had a long history of students achieving success in the film and game industry, both nationally and internationally.

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Congratulations to Thomas on his Fencing Achievements

by Ilana Moir

Thomas Johnstone recently competed in the Mid-South Secondary School Fencing Competition were he had a great result coming 3rd in his age group. 

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Hokonui Fashion Awards

by Vicki Dixon

Recently nine students from the Hagley School of Fashion entered the Hokonui Fashion Awards. These Awards are firmly established as a key event on the national fashion calendar and continue to attract entries and interest from throughout New Zealand.

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