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Enrolments for 2023 are now open.Our Opening Evening will be held on Tuesday 9 August. https://www.hastingsgirls.com/...2023 Year 9 Scholarships are now open, closing on Thursday 7 July 2022....

June 23, 2022

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Please remember that all junior and senior students and their whānau are invited to meet with senior subject teachers and junior hub teachers on the following dates:Thursday 30 June - Senior Subject Teachers [progress reports issued on 23 June]Thursday 7 July - Junior Hub Teachers [progress reports issued on 1 July]On both days school will end at 12.20 and hui can be booked with teachers/hub lead teachers between 2 pm and 6 pm.Please be sure to access next week's Pānui for further details and ...

June 17, 2022

Matariki T-Shirts For Sale

Our clever Design and Innovation Hub have made Matariki T-shirts for students, whānau and staff to buy. Students can wear the T-shirts to school instead of a blouse for the week of Matariki, 20-23 June. If you would like to purchase a T-shirt, please place your order, make a payment at the Student Centre and we will email you to let you know when it is ready for collection....

June 14, 2022

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Next week is Pride Week! This is a week to celebrate our takatāpui, LGBTQIA+, and MVPFAFF+ (Mahu, Vaka sa lewa lewa, Palopa, Fa’afafine, Akava’ine, Fakaleiti, Fakafifine+) students and whānau. Here are the planned events: Monday -- Get Pride-related stickers, bracelets, and pins from outside Te Rourou Tuesday -- Movie screening: "Alaska is a Drag" in Room 4 Wednesday -- Movie screening: "Alaska is a Drag" in Room 4 Thursday -- Get Pride-related stickers, bracelets, and pins from outsi...

June 10, 2022

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Hope you all enjoy the long weekend, look forward to seeing you back at school on Tuesday....

June 3, 2022

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Please note these important dates - more information will follow in the coming weeks:Thursday 30 June - Senior Progress Hui - senior students and their whānau are invited to meet with subject teachers (2pm-6pm)Thursday 7 July - Junior Whānau Hui - junior students and their whānau are invited to meet with hub teachers (2pm-6pm)...

May 27, 2022

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We're so excited to announce that this year Hastings Girls' High School will be holding our very first Performing and Visual Arts Showcase in September. Auditions are currently being held and students will begin rehearsals soon....

May 20, 2022

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We are looking forward to having our first full assembly for the year this coming Monday 16 May. This will be a lead by our Student Leaders.Please meet in your Ākina rooms, to be led to assembly by your Ākina Coach.  We would like to encourage students to wear masks....

May 13, 2022

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This Monday's nationwide Secondary Schools, Teachers' Only Day, has been set aside to support teachers with the implementation of the changes to NCEA and the wider strengthening of place based curriculum.  If a student requires supervision, please contact their House Dean.  All students are encouraged to work from home....

May 6, 2022

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We hope that you all have a fabulous Easter break and enjoy some special time with whanau.  Next term, we will be returning to our regular timetable.  Students can access their timetable via KAMAR.  Juniors will have an assembly on Monday at the end of block 1. With the move to Orange level, mask wearing is recommended at school, but no longer mandated....

April 14, 2022

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We have enjoyed an absolutely fabulous day today.  Next week, all students will be working from home. Work has been provided by their teachers.  From Thursday, students can enjoy two weeks off.  We are all looking forward to reconnecting next term and having our timetable run in a more usual way.  Senior students will have a fresh start to their learning at the start of the term with a new set of internals in all of their subjects...

April 8, 2022

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As we look forward to Term 2 and a return to regular timetables and Ākina Groups, we have made the decision to have students learning from home in week 11, between 11 -14 April.  This will then lead into the school holidays, giving students and staff three weeks, of non face-to-face time, and helping to break any developing patterns of infection. If for any reasons, your student is unable to work from home, please contact their House Dean, so that a suitable learning space can be provided ...

April 1, 2022

Rangatahi Pānui

As we look forward to Term 2 and a return to regular timetables and Ākina Groups, we have made the decision to have students learning from home in week 11, between 11 -14 April.  This will then lead into the school holidays, giving students and staff three weeks, of non face-to-face time, and helping to break any developing patterns of infection. If for any reasons, your student is unable to work from home, please contact their House Dean, so that a suitable learning space can be provided ...

March 25, 2022

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Gain house points, by creating a poster promoting positive mental health awareness.  Find your favourite quote or saying that promotes mental health and create a poster that catches peoples attention. Posters can be handed in or sent digitally. Once you've made your poster email it to maaahn@hastingsgirls.com, along with your name, year level and house. Entries open between 7 - 27 March. The top 3 junior and senior entries will gain extra house points. If students have any questions feel fr...

March 18, 2022

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Every year we are awarded two scholarships for Year 12 students to take part in the classic Outward Bound Kaweka (21-day) course. The dates for this year's course are 8-28 June. Please email Mr Pera at pe@hastingsgirls.com if you would like to be considered for this opportunity and would like more information. Your application will be considered alongside staff nominations....

March 11, 2022

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As the number of COVID cases across the school community continues to grow, we have made the decision to shorten the length of the school day. This will provide extra planning and preparation time for staff working with students whilst they are isolating at home.  Starting next week, the school day will now end at 2.30pm.  The Flaxmere and Havelock North buses will run earlier. The Waipāwa Bus will leave as early as possible but it will be closer to 3.00pm.  If you have any quest...

March 4, 2022

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In response to the latest changes in recommendations, lunch will be served to all students from outside Te Rourou from Monday. This will mean that while all students will remain in their Hubs/Kāhui during lesson times, they will be free to move around the school during interval and lunchtime. However, please do note that:Masks must still be worn at all times other than when eating.Physical distancing is still important and must be practiced whenever possible.No students may eat or socialise ins...

February 25, 2022

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Each week, our senior students are setting individual learning goals for their subjects.  Mapping out specific actions they will need to take in order to achieve their goal for the week,  provides greater clarity in their learning .  Teachers in Kāhui will be supporting students as they shape their action plans and review them at the end of the week.  You may like to discuss your students learning plan with them, as a further means of support....

February 18, 2022

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Friday 25 February, school will finish at 12.45pm after Block 2.  Buses will be running from 12.55pm.  This is at the request of the National PPTA office as they are holding a PUM in the afternoon....

February 11, 2022

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Since moving into the RED Light we have been working on a plan to best prepare our girls for when Omicron takes hold in Hawke's Bay.  We have decided to establish good systems prior to an outbreak, so that students and staff are aware of and comfortable in using new systems and processes, including reestablishing learning platforms for distance learning, should students and staff need to self isolate for a period of time.   Once again we have focused our efforts on two areas; lear...

February 3, 2022

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We are excited to greet all our new Year 9 students on Monday morning.  The day will start at 8.30am when students will be meet and placed in their Hubs.  The Hubs will be lead into their pōwhiri, (unfortunately no whaanui can attend) meet their Lead Hub Coordinator and their Hub mates. Only our Students Leaders will be on site Monday and Tuesday.  The rest of Year 13 are no longer required to come in. On Wednesday and Thursday we welcome back our Year 10 students. On Friday we w...

January 28, 2022

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For all students who identify as Māori; We need your voice! Our newly established Māori student council requires the following members;Yr 9 - 2 studentsYr 10 - 2 studentsYr 11 - 2 studentsYr 12 - 2 studentsYou will be led by our very ambitious and committed Amorangi, Maera Tahau, and our Amokura Mahinarangi Goulton. You will become part of a group that creates opportunities, develops ideas, and positively represents our Māori student body within our Kura. You don't necessarily need to be...

January 21, 2022

Return to school information

Monday 24 January9am - 3pm Senior course confirmation Tuesday 25 January9am - 3pm Senior course confirmation Wednesday 26 January9am - 3pm Senior course confirmation9am - 3pm New student enrolment and learning conference Monday 31 January8.35am - 10am New student Pōwhiri (Red traffic light: No whānau able to attend)8.35am - 3.10pm Year 9 only Tuesday 1 February8.35am - 3.10pm Year 9 and Year 13 Leaders only Wednesday 2 February8.35am - 3.10pm Year 9 and 10 only Thursday 3 February8.35am - 3.10...

January 14, 2022

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For our Year 13 leavers, we wish you all the best as you start a new and exciting journey beyond school. Thank you for letting us be part of your story over the past few years, we feel honoured to have had the opportunity to support you in your learning and life. Your story is now part of our school story.To our staff setting out on a new adventure, Denise Metz, Leah Flynn, Catherine Kelsey and Adrian Leake, on behalf of the school community, we thank you for all of your incredible mahi.  W...

December 10, 2021

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This morning we welcomed Te Mahau (MOE), who presented us with our Prime Minister's Excellence Award for Leadership. Congratulations to our wider kura community for the role you have played in supporting us in our innovation and outstanding mahi....

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