This subject looks at the world we live in, how its affects us and how we affect the world we inhabit.
This course explores topics in New Zealand and ancient Greek history and introduces you to the art of the Historian.
This course assumes no prior knowledge of Māori language or custom, so is perfect for those wanting a knowledge of the Māori world to compliment other study. You will learn basic Māori language, custom and mythology, completing NCEA Level 1 unit standards.
This course is about expanding understanding of te reo Māori and tikanga Māori, developing your conversational language and knowledge of Māori mythology. You will complete unit standards in both reo and tikanga Māori.
This course will introduce you to the social and conflict history of the late Roman Republic, the writings of key ancient biographers and the monumental architecture of the Roman Empire.
Want to develop your self-management, information literacy, thinking and speaking skills, and gain level 2 credits? This course is for learners who want to develop their communication and study skills in a practical and relevant way.
This course allows you to build on level 1 knowledge and understanding of film through the study of existing films. You will also make your own film product and further develop your ability to write critically about media.
This course gives an overview of current gender issues in society as well as the history behind them. You are encouraged to take part in shaping the course and there is an emphasis on current events, the influence of the media on gender and rights, reforms and relationships.
Study the natural and cultural environments that we live in. We examine implications for the future on a range of issues, from local through to global.
This course focuses on the concept of Crisis and explores history and geographic themes where people have experienced major challenges in their lives. Through historical investigation and the study of primary and secondary sources, you will build your skills as an Historian. Student topic selection is a feature of the course.
The theme is ‘Law from Living Room to Courtroom’. The course is designed to introduce students to the New Zealand legal system and to explore some of the aspects of the law that will affect you throughout your life.
The theme of this course is ‘Kiwiana’. The course is designed for new migrants to New Zealand who want to learn about the history and geography of their new homeland.
Explore the long history of conflict in NZ from 1650-1845. Through historical investigation and study of primary and secondary sources, you will build your skills as an historian.
This course will further expand your understanding of te reo Māori and tikanga Māori, develop your fluent language and increase your knowledge of Māori history. You will complete unit standards in both reo and tikanga Māori.
Learn about the tourism industry in a New Zealand and world context.
This course aims to help you to develop skills in the study of art history and foster a life long appreciation of art.
Develop your understanding of the social and conflict history of the Ptolemaic Egyptian world through the career of Cleopatra VII and the writings of key ancient historians.
This course allows you to build on level 2 knowledge and understanding of film through the study of existing films. You will also make your own film product, and develop your ability to research and write independently about media, forming critical appraisals.
This subject studies some of the major natural and cultural processes that are affecting the world we live in.
This course focuses on the concept of Collateral Damage and explores history and geographic topics where people have experienced major threats to their way of life. By studying primary and secondary sources you will build your skills as an Historian. Student topic selection is a feature of the course, as is investigative research and learning how to write as an Historian.
This course is designed for those who want to extend their interest in Hospitality and food preparation. You will be able to gain credits that will prepare you for a pathway in the hospitality industry.
Yr 13 and Preferably US167
The theme of this course is ‘Making a Difference’. The course combines the disciplines of law and social studies to examine how the law makes a difference to peoples lives and how they can make a difference to the law.
This course will solidify your understanding of te reo Māori and tikanga Māori, further develop your fluent language and increase your knowledge of Māori history. You will complete unit standards in both reo and tikanga Māori.
Gain customer service skills and an overview of the tourism industry. This is a great basis for a tertiary programme.
Academic English aims to prepare students for tertiary level study. The programmes are suitable for students who wish to study at a university, polytechnic or improve their formal English in the workplace.
This course offers you a fun and interactive way to build your level 2 credits while you work with exciting ideas across a range of topics. You will emerge from this course with the essential skills to be an independent learner and have developed employability skills. You will learn how to apply your own learning style to be successful both in and out of school.
Building on an accelerated literacy programme begun in the Junior College, this programme extends students as they move into NCEA Level 1. The class remains together for English, Maths and Science, where the literacy is clearly scaffolded and student learning supported. They can then individually choose another three subjects. It is possible to gain the full Level 1 certificate.
Internal credits are available within curriculum subjects
In this course, you will learn skills to support you beyond school and into your adult life. Some topics include your legal rights and responsibilities, examining support services available to you, budgeting and living independently. You will have guest speakers from outside agencies and will visit some core community organisations.
Are you beginning to learn English? Are you looking for an English Language Learning Course that will help you live in your community? We have classes to fit your lifestyle. Learn English, meet friends and gain the confidence and skills to be a ‘Kiwi’.
Develop skills in English as well as gain NCEA credits. In a supportive environment, you develop knowledge and skills for success at high school, your chosen career or academic study.
ELL unit standards contribute to the New Zealand Certificate in English Language NCEA, Numeracy and Literacy unit standards.
This course enables you to develop your community language, knowledge and skills. It is excellent preparation for actively participating in New Zealand life as well as prepare for a job or academic study.
This course enables you to build on and develop your community language, knowledge and skills. Excellent preparation for actively participating in New Zealand life as well as preparation for a job or academic study.
ELL unit standards which contribute to the New Zealand Certificate in English Language. NCEA, Numeracy and Literacy unit standards.
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