24 MARCH – INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS, PARENTS, CAREGIVERS AND OUR SCHOOL COMMUNITY

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This week, our teachers are setting up to support our students for distance learning. Instead of face to face delivery, we’re delivering learning online as best we can as well as by other remote means.

School holidays

The school holidays have been brought forward. Holidays will now run from Monday 30 March to Tuesday 14 April inclusive (a reminder that the Tuesday after Easter Monday is always a closed day for schools). This applies to all NZ schools.

At the end of the school holidays, schools will be open again for distance learning, but not physically open for staff to work at the schools.  Please note the instruction to stay home (Alert Level 4) will continue beyond the new school holiday period but schools will be technically open for distance instruction. 

Students will be able to log in to various online platforms they use in a range of subjects at Hagley, as well as contact their teachers via TEAMS  or via email [firstname.lastname@staff.hagley.school.nz]

 

新型冠状病毒 3月23 日

除了部分家长工作在essential workers(关键部门的工作人员)的孩子,Hagley和所有新西兰学校将从3月24日(星期二)起关闭四个星期。

从3月25日(星期三)午夜开始,新西兰进入4级Covid-19警报。基本服务保持开放,包括超市,诊所,药店,服务站和基本银行服务。每个人都必须隔离在家,只能与一起隔离的人在一起。有关4级lock down的更多详细信息将在全国范围内提供。

尽管接下来的四个星期所有学校都关闭了,但目前重要的是,我们必须尽可能的给学生提供学习机会。我们尽可能地通过在线以及其他远程方式教学方式来替代面对面的交流。

学生将能够登录到他们在Hagley的一系列学科中使用的各种在线平台,以及通过TEAMS或通过电子邮件[firstname.lastname@staff.hagley.school.nz]与老师联系。

Ngā mihi

Mike Fowler
Principal
Hagley College

 

Nau mai, haere mai ki Te Puna Wai o Waipapa. Welcome to Hagley!

Ko Waipapa te ingoa tahito o tēnei wāhi; i aua wā ka haere mai te tangata whenua ki konei tiki ai i te wai o ngā tini puna. He tika anō te ingoa o Te Puna Wai o Waipapa mō te kura inā hoki i ēnei rā ka haere mai ngā tini tāngata ki te kura nei tiki mātauranga kē ai. Nā Ngāi Tahu tonu tēnei ingoa i takoha mai, i runga i tēnei kōrero.

Ko te koru te tino tohu o te kura, me te whakatauākī “Ka puāwai te koru, ka puāwai te tangata”; haere mai hei pītau, haere atu hei tangata e tū ana.

Hagley’s an exciting place. We have a culture like no other. No-one wears a uniform and everyone’s on a first name basis. But that’s just for starters. Students choose Hagley because they’re treated with respect, accepted for who they are as unique individuals. Our students know that it’s cool to be different and they celebrate that in a dynamic environment.

Our students choose Hagley because of the huge range of opportunities and unique programmes on offer. We’re no ordinary secondary school. You can design your own programme from the different and diverse subjects available, or choose one of our tertiary pathways or specialist courses to take the step into tertiary study or your career pathway.

Our students aim high and do well. We believe there is no single stereotype for success. At Hagley, being successful comes in many shapes and forms.

We live by our vision statement: lifelong learning that’s accessible to all. Join us and discover for yourself what we mean by inspiring students’ futures and transforming their lives. That’s what Hagley can be for you – a place that opens up opportunities that are right for you.

Ka puāwai te koru, ka puāwai te tangata. The koru is the main symbol of our school, with the proverb “As the koru unfurls, so to does the person”; our students arrive as young ferns and leave standing tall.

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