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Hagley News: April 2017

Upcoming dates and events:


Teacher Only Day (no classes)
Thursday 13 April


Junior College Open Evening 
Hagley College Student Centre
Tuesday 9 May
4pm or 5pm


Careers Expo
Horncastle Arena
11 May - 13 May


Term 2/3 Sports Starts - Wednesday 17 May


Queens Birthday - Monday 5 June


End of Term 2 - Friday 7 July


Contents

If you're considering Hagley for Year 9 in 2018, don't miss our open night: 4pm or 5pm on 9th May.

by Mike Fowler

It's a great opportunity to meet us, find out about our unique school, learn about what we offer, as well as take a look around.

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Cindy Frew - Tourism Teacher

by Mike Fowler

Cindy Frew is Hagley’s new Tourism teacher, although ‘new’ probably isn’t the right word. Cindy’s links with Hagley go back to 2009 when she came here as a student teacher, followed by day-relieving in various departments and teaching English Language Learning.

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Hagley Cabaret 2017

by Natalie Collier

2017 kicked off with Hagley’s annual “All the World’s a Stage” fundraiser cabaret, held at The Open Stage on 30th and 31st March.

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Hagley’s Quest for Continuous Improvement

by Marie Stribling

For the last five years all teachers at Hagley have completed an inquiry into an aspect of their teaching. This ‘Teaching as Inquiry’ model is based on much research and was introduced into the NZ curriculum in 2007. The Education Review Office (ERO) recommends that all schools make “teaching as inquiry a useful and integral part of everyday teaching practice” (ERO, 2011).

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Hagley's Te  Reo Māori Language Plan

by Ros Jackson

Te takata, te whanau, te hapori. Our language plan has been developed and shared across our kura. The plan is all about promoting the normalisation of Te Reo Māori around Hagley. What does actioning our language plan look like?

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Community Feedback

by Jenni Holden

We are interested in your opinion about what is happening at Hagley College - have your say today!

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Leading from the Front

by Rowan Milburn

Luna-May Hart is a Hagley Year 13 student with big dreams.

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Entertainment Books

by Jenni Holden

Hagley College is raising funds by selling Entertainment Books. Pre-order your 2017/2018 Entertainment Book today!

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Hagley's Annual Plan

by Mike Fowler

We’re developing our Annual Plan and we would really like to know what our students, parents, caregivers and whānau think!

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Electronic Reporting

by Jenni Holden

Hagley College now issues reports and school information electronically wherever possible.

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It's Graduation Week at the University of Canterbury. Congratulations to all children and spouses of staff who are graduating!

by Ros Jackson

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The School of Music

by Marie Stribling

Hagley’s X block is home to the lively and thriving School of Music, a ‘School within a School’, which was set up in 2012 thanks to the inspiration and creative energy of former Principal, Brent Ingram, and former Hagley teacher, Sue McLachlan.

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Diversity and Inclusiveness @ Hagley

by Mike Fowler

This year, Hagley has been leading  professional learning for teachers in the Christchurch Central City Learning Community Cluster, exploring how we can address diversity and inclusiveness in our work. 200 teachers from a range of schools are attending workshops on 13 April at Hagley, led by a  strong group of presenters.

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What's the Plan, Stan?

by Mike Fowler

What’s the Plan, Stan? is a resource to support schools, teachers, students, and parents to develop the knowledge and skills to prepare for emergency events.

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