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Term 1 Launch Day

Haileybury Pangea’s Term 1 Launch Day, held online on Monday, 29 January marked a vibrant start to the academic year. Head of House, Natasha Eshuis, and Head of Middle School, Mathew Shill, spearheaded insightful sessions aimed at equipping students with strategies for a successful year ahead. From goal setting to time management, students received invaluable guidance to navigate their academic journey effectively.

In fostering a sense of community, our tutors facilitated engaging activities that encouraged students to connect and forge bonds with their peers. Through collaborative challenges and icebreakers, both new and continuing students immersed themselves in an atmosphere of camaraderie, laying the foundation for a supportive learning environment.

The seamless integration of new students into the existing community was a standout feature of the Launch Day. It has been wonderful to see our continuing students welcome and support those new to the campus. We thank our staff, students and Year 12 Captains for making it a brilliant start to what promises to be an action-packed year.

Year 12 Leadership Day

Haileybury Pangea’s Year 12 Leadership Day on Tuesday, 6 February, marked an inspiring milestone in the journey of our senior students. Engaging in a series of workshops and insightful discussions, the Year 12 cohort delved into the core values essential to effective leadership.

Under the guidance of Head of House Natasha Eshuis and Damien Meunier, Head of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, students explored the concept of social justice. They contemplated its significance within the context of Haileybury and deliberated on actionable strategies to embody these values in their roles as leaders. Our School Captains Madeline (Year 12) and Sean (Year 12) led students in developing ideas for social justice causes as a united cohort.

The event also featured guest presenters who shared their perspectives and experiences in leadership in the business world, enriching the discourse on leadership and its various facets. From fostering inclusivity to promoting empathy and integrity, students gained invaluable insights into the multifaceted nature of leadership and the responsibilities it entails.

A highlight of the day was Haileybury’s Founders Day Assembly, which was attended by our Year 12 Captains in person at Haileybury’s Keysborough campus, and broadcast online to all Haileybury Pangea students. We were so proud to see our campus represented at this significant occasion, and we look forward to seeing our Year 12 cohort lead exciting initiatives this year.

Joanna Baker
Head of Campus