As 2016 winds down, best wishes from the College for summer and all that it entails......exam results, work, holiday, time with family and friends and hopeful...
Nau mai, hāere mai e ngā manuhiri. Ko te tīkanga kia hīkoi kotou ki te rāihe pātata ki (all saints' church) i te taha tuauru o te rāihe.
Kei reira, ka tīmata ētahi o nga tauira te haka, te waiata hoki. Ka tū nga tāngata whenua i te taha tokerau, mē te taha whakatērāwhiti ō te rāihe.
Ko te whakatakotoranga
Selwyn speakers and guests are already assembled on the grass area. Visitors walk onto the quad through the All Saints Church gate on the Western side of the quad to a welcoming Haka-Waiata, perfomed by a select group of Selwyn residents.
Visitors stand behind the chairs laid out for their speakers. Selwyn residents performing the welcome Haka-Waiata stand on the Northern side of the grass; the rest of the College stand at the Eastern side of the grass in front of the main entrance to the College.
Events then take the following order: