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November - Hagley News

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Year 11 and Senior Prize Giving

by Rowan Milburn

The last two weeks have seen two key school events take place.

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Senior College Enrolment Day

by Jenni Holden

Thursday 22nd November is the day for all new and prospective students to enrol at Hagley for 2019.

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Key Dates & Timetable for 2019

by Jenni Holden

The school year is always a busy one. Find all the important dates for the new school year right here.

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Kete Wana – Our Basket of Inspiration

by Suzanne Waters

Thursday 25 October saw the launching of our new ‘Kete Wana’ – our Basket of Inspiration, with presentations in the Cafe and Library to next year’s Year 9 and 10 students and whānau.

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Staff Profile

by Ros Jackson

Lisa Amer - Junior College Enrolments and Administration

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Parent and Whānau Participation for 2019

by Emma Lumb

Keep an eye out for this flyer over the next couple of weeks.

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Rachael Walshe, Holly Meek and Georgie Jeffs

Student Leadership

by Georgie Jeffs

At the beginning of August, three Year 10 students, Rachael Walshe, Georgie Jeffs and Holly Meek, attended the three day Limitless Leadership Conference for Canterbury’s Year 10 students.

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Mike's Message to our Leavers

by Mike Fowler

This whakatauki captures my thoughts as you leave Te Puna Wai o Waipapa, Hagley College:

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Rongomai Callaghan

Music News Term 4

by Nanako Sato

What high calibre musicians we have in our school! This year has seen significant successes, with many awards and achievements in various music competitions.

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‘Life After Hagley’ – Careers Information Evening

by Claire Jones

On Thursday, 18th October, the Careers department hosted an informative and productive evening for senior students.

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Catch Up College 2019

by Marie Stribling

Mid-January 2019 will once again see relaxed and refreshed Hagley staff coming back from holidays early to offer Catch Up College!

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Painting by Lochlan Hanham

Lochlan Hanham – Art almost by accident

by Rowan Milburn

I had the pleasure of chatting with Lochlan during the week. I was impressed by both his drive and his ability to articulate how his art exhibition came about almost by accident!

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Hagley Dance Company 2018

Hagley Dance Success

by Naressa Gamble

Term 4 has seen the Dance department leaping from one show to the next! It all started in week one with the Hagley Dance Company performing at the opening blessing of the new “Kahikatea Common” area in the South Bank on Wednesday 17th October.

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Success for Hagley's Junior Theatresports Team

by Ciarán Searle

On Saturday 3rd of November our Year 9 students Sarah Wright, Katie Woodhouse and Mac Durning competed in the Court Theatre's annual Junior Theatresports Competition.

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School Shorts for Hagley

by Naomi Milner

No, don’t fret, we are not introducing a notoriously scratchy uniform staple for our students to wear. Rather, we are celebrating the success of our Level 2 Film Studies students at this year’s ‘School Shorts’ Film Competition.

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160th Tree Planting Plaque

Hagley's 160th Birthday

by Mike Fowler

On 9 November, we planted a sixteenth tree to commemorate the sixteenth decade (2008 to 2018) since the school opened in 1858. A plaque was unveiled too, recognising the sixteenth tree and the fifteen cherry blossom trees planted in 2008 at the 150th celebrations, each representing a decade of education at this school.

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UC@Hagley on the Move

by Marie Stribling

This semester our UC@Hagley Academic Communication programme has moved off-site. We have been trialling delivery at the University of Canterbury in an effort to make the learning experience more streamlined for CUP students.

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Principal Mike Fowler, Library Bingo Participants and Librarian Liz Jones

Library News: Reading Bingo

by Liz Jones

For the last few months, the Library has been running a Reading Bingo, to encourage students to read as much as possible.

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