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The Pangea Study Hall

We know it is important for Haileybury Pangea students to be able to make choices around their schedule and to shape their day based on their academic, community, sporting and other commitments. We are excited to provide flexible academic support so students can determine when and how they access these resources.

The Pangea Study Hall is an open Teams space where, on Tuesday afternoons, students can catch up on their academic work and collaborate while working through self-paced content.

For our VCE students, we know the demands of their studies can be intense at different times of the year as they prepare for assessment tasks and examinations. To provide additional support, we have introduced academic coaches who work online with our VCE students — particularly those undertaking Units 3 and 4.

Our academic coaches are high-achieving Haileybury graduates who, as well as their VCE subject knowledge, can support students to develop effective study routines and habits.

Student Achievements

We have several students who are training and competing at the highest levels in various sports including soccer, basketball, snow sports, gymnastics, golf and cricket. We look forward to sharing the achievements of these students on state, national and international stages during the year, and we are proud to support them to balance their academic and sporting pursuits.

This week we congratulate Year 9 student Cate McNeil, who, among her many achievements in rowing so far this year, has achieved:

  • Two Victorian Junior Schoolgirls State Championships for Single Scull
  • A silver medal in the U17 Girls Single Scull
  • NSW State Championship for U16 Girls Single Scull

Cate competed in the Head of the Schoolgirls Regatta over the weekend in the Single Sculler and won the A Final by 26 seconds! Congratulations Cate!

Joanna Baker
Head of Campus