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Part of the Haileybury community  

As the newest members of the Haileybury community, it has been wonderful to see our Haileybury Pangea students and families engaging with the traditions and events taking place across the School.

At our virtual assemblies in recent weeks, students have viewed presentations from the Haileybury’s Founders Day Assembly and from guest speakers such as Eddie Betts. These have been beamed from Aikman Hall to the homes of our students across Victoria.

Many Haileybury Pangea families also joined the live Haileybury ChatGPT Webinar presented by Deputy Principal Student Wellbeing, Diane Furusho, with Principal | CEO, Derek Scott, and Head of Digital, Michelle Dennis.

This session began what we hope will be an ongoing conversation with our community about the challenges and opportunities that new AI technologies present, and how we can support young people to understand the implications of these developments.

In a virtual learning environment, it is particularly important that we explore these questions together and start a conversation with students.

@Home with Haileybury

Community is key at Haileybury Pangea, and we want to find different ways for students and families to connect in a virtual environment around activities that are of interest.

Our first @Home with Haileybury event on Tuesday, 21 February was an activity hotly demanded by Pangea students — a Minecraft build challenge! Hosted by Digital Learning Leaders, Geoff Orton and Carlie Gannon, this event saw our budding student designers create a virtual Pangea campus, complete with farm animals and a student kitchen.

We would love to hear from students and families about the activities they are most interested in as we roll out future @Home with Haileybury Events.

Joanna Baker
Head of Campus