Increases your practical skills and knowledge of the science involved in the world around you and leads on to Level 1 Science exam classes.
This subject looks at the world we live in, how its affects us and how we affect the world we inhabit.
A science course for students interested in gaining the knowledge and skills needed for the growth and management of plants. It also provides a starting place for students intending to go further in the field of primary production or Urban Farming.
This course increases practical skills and knowledge of the human body. You should consider this course if you are interested in health, veterinary or food science pathways and also consider taking 11SCP. Prepares you for 12 Biology.
This is a course for students wishing to develop practical gardening skills and is suitable for adolescents and non-English speaking students.
This is a more advanced course designed for students interested in a science career who may wish to enter scholarship examinations in Year 13. Students interested in health sciences should also consider 11HBI.
This course uses psychology to engage you in learning and improve your decision making in relation to yourself and others.
This course encourages you to build on your Junior Science level and prepares you to move on to all of the Year 12 courses.
Learn about all sorts of organisms from the microscopic to the very large. Enrol in this course if you are considering health, veterinary or food science pathways. Prepares you for 13 Biology.
This course deals with the big picture, looking at business globally as well as within New Zealand. There is flexibility to match the class’s interest in business and economics. All students get the chance to create and build their own business.
This course prepares you for Year 13 and scholarship chemistry. You need this course if you are considering engineering, health, veterinary or food science pathways.
This course covers a range of astronomical and geological ideas. It gives a basic grounding as well as a way into the Year 13 course.
This course encourages you to build on practical experience with electronics. It can lead to further study or allow you to continue with electronics as a hobby. It is a useful introduction into many career pathways.
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.
Animate motion and graphic design ideas to communicate ideas
This course explores fundamental views about the universe and our place in it.
This course gives you a grounding for career pathways like aviation, medicine and engineering. Some mathematics understanding is needed.
You investigate a variety of psychological methods and perspectives in order to develop an understanding of human behaviour.
Are you interested in working in one of over 30 industries ranging from landscaping to equine? You will be introduced to a range of skills, health and safety issues, and real-world applications for enhancing New Zealand’s plant and animal environments within an urban setting.
Learn about the interactions of plants and animals with each other and their environment as well as the processes behind the development of new species.
Develops skills and understanding of the structure and properties of chemicals and their reactions needed for tertiary study and science-based careers.
This course can lead to tertiary study in the fastest growing research area, including engineering.
This subject studies some of the major natural and cultural processes that are affecting the world we live in.
This course aims to develop the use of logical thinking, cultivate the capacity to question and stimulate a love of learning and inquiry.
This course incorporates a first year University paper. It aims to develop the use of logical thinking, cultivate the capacity to question and stimulate a love of learning and inquiry.
This course leads to tertiary study in Physics and other areas. Good Maths skills are necessary.
This course encourages independent exploration of psychological themes in depth.
This is an internal pathway class that builds on science learning in years 9 and 10 and leads students into NCEA Level 1. This class leads onto Level 1 Science exam classes.
Designed for students who need to take more time to develop skills and language needed for external exams. This course leads to Year 12 Sciences.
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