Rangatahi Pānui

Week 4 Term Two

Wizard of Oz

Don't miss your chance to see our school production Wizard of Oz.  Tickets are selling fast.  For more information or to buy tickets go to  https://www.hastingsgirls.com/...

HB Sports Awards

Good luck to Renae, Sophie and the Shamozzle Team for their nominations in the HB Sports Awards which are being held tomorrow night.

Progress Hui

As we move into the business end of the academic year, please note the following important checkpoints and events:

Senior NCEA summary reports will be circulated to Whānau and Ākina Coaches on 11 June. These documents will summarise our rangitahi academic progress to date and will be the starting point for conversations at our annual Progress Hui.

The Progress Hui will be held on Thursday 17 June between 2pm and 6pm to discuss your girl's academic progress to date and the overall plan moving forward with her Ākina Coach. The reason that this initial hui will be between Whānau and Ākina coaches is so that you can gain an overall picture of her progress to date and begin making a plan for the coming year. Your girl can make a booking on your behalf directly with her Ākina Coach or you may be contacted directly if your girl has asked her Ākina Coach to do so. Please feel free to call the school or email pe@hastingsgirls.com if you have any questions!

Borrowed Uniform

If you have borrowed school  uniform form please return it on Monday as we need to be able to loan it to other students who need it. Thank you. Our Admin staff will be ringing to remind you.

Samoan Independence Week

Next week we will be celebrating Samoan Independence week, with HBHS. Keep an eye on Facebook and Instagram for updates on all our activities over the week.

The Big Sing

With Big sing happening next week, we wish our girls the best of luck in the competition!! We will let you know how they get on on Wednesday on our Facebook and Instagram page.

Lunch In School

A reminder that as we are providing healthy lunches, lunches cannot be dropped off or ordered during the school day.

Netball Senior A Fundraiser

The HGHS Netball Senior A team will be having a sausage sizzle on Sunday 30th May at Bunnings in Hastings from 8.30am - 4pm. Feel free to come and support our girls and buy a sausage sizzle

Central Regions Exchange 7s Tournament

Hastings Girls High School, Fielding High School & Gisborne Girls High School will be competing in a Rugby 7's tournament on Sunday 30th May at Elwood Park, Hastings (HRS Rugby Club). Feel free to come and support our girls and watch some footy to start off your morning. Details below:

1st Round: 10.15am
Hastings 1 vs Gisborne (Field 1)
Fielding v Hastings 2 (Field 2)

2nd Round: 11am
Gisborne vs Fielding (Field 1)
Hastings 1 vs Hastings 2 (Field 2)

3rd Round: 11.45am
Hastings 1 vs Fielding (Field 1)
Hastings 2 vs Gisborne (Field 2)

4th Round: 12.30pm (FINALS)
1st vs 2nd (Field 1)
3rd vs 4th (Field 2)

Sideline behaviour for Sports

Winter sport is on the way but we need to put another friendly reminder out to our sporting community with support and education around sideline behaviour when supporting our HGHS teams. Click here to view the earlier Pānui messaging around sideline behaviour in sport: https://www.hastingsgirls.com/...

Data shows that youth are dropping out of sport.   Whilst we recognise there are various reasons for this, research has indicated reasons for the decline (as stated by youth) are: They no longer find it fun, pressure to win/perform, a lack of confidence, and a lack of playing time. This initiative is about influencing attitudes in youth sport to make sure we are keeping kids in sport.

Children love being active and playing sport, therefore the programme is designed to support parents and caregivers (supporters) to help their child enjoy sport – and the side-line is only part of the picture. It also includes in the car ride between games, encouraging children to try multiple sports, and helping them to enjoy sport purely for their reasons for playing. Whilst they may be playing in a competitive environment, most kids play because they want to have fun! Research shows that the following reasons are why kids play sport:
- Have fun
- Hang out with friends
- Learn new skills
- Be fit and healthy

Often kids give up when they no longer find it fun.

Click here for the Respect Code of Conduct for parents and caregivers: https://www.sporthb.net.nz/ass...

Upcoming Sports

Saturday 29th May
Junior netball at Mitre10 Park (Sports Park)
HGHS Junior A vs NGHS 10A @ 10am (Court7)
HGHS Nikau vs HGHS Manuka @ 9am (Court6)
HGHS Junior B vs Wairoa College JuniorA @ 11am (Court14)
HGHS Kowhai vs HGHS Kahikatea @ 9am (Court9)

Saturday 29th May
Senior netball at Mitre10 Park (Sports Park)
HGHS Senior B vs Iona Senior A @ 11am (Court6)
HGHS Kakapo vs SHC Senior Gold @ 10am (Court13)
HGHS Takahe vs Taradale Senior B @ 8am (Court18)
HGHS Kereru vs Iona Development @ 8am (Court16)

Sunday 30th May
Rugby 7's at HRS Rugby Club (Elwood Park)
1st Round: 10.15am
Hastings 1 vs Gisborne / Fielding vs Hastings 2
2nd Round: 11am
Gisborne vs Fielding / Hastings 1 vs Hastings 2
3rd Round: 11.45am
Hastings 1 vs Fielding / Hastings 2 vs Gisborne
4thRound: 12.30pm
1st v 2nd / 3rd v 4th

Monday 31st May
Junior basketball at Hastings Sports Centre
HGHS Juniors vs Havelock North Juniors @ 8pm

Tuesday 1st June
Senior netball (Super12) at Mitre10 Park (Sports Park)
HGHS Senior A vs Havelock North Senior A @ 4.30pm

Wednesday 2nd June
HGHS Senior Basketball = BYE

Wednesday 2nd June
Football at 4pm
HGHS 1st XI vs SHC 1st XI @ HGHS
HGHS 2nd XI vs SHC 2nd XI @ HGHS
HGHS 3rd XI vs Woodford 3rd XI @ Woodford

Thursday 3rd June
Badminton draw TBC

Thursday 3rd June
Hockey at UHS1
HGHS 1st XI vs THS 1st XI @ 5.30pm

Friday 4th June
Senior A netball - TBA"


U15 Rugby 7s 30 May
Samoan Independence Week 31 May
The Big Sing 2 June
Queens Birthday 7 June
Senior Progress Hui 17 June
The Wizard of Oz  24,25,26 June


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