Develop skills in drawing, painting and printmaking, as you produce your own work.
The Child Minder: Have fun gaining knowledge, skills and experience to understand the basic care of young children.
This course gives an exciting introduction into coding and computer science. Study the science behind the digital world to learn about binary numbers, algorithms, and computer applications’ interface to their users. Command and control the computer, electronic systems and robots with programs and codes.
This Dance course introduces you to the fundamental dance skills needed. You learn and develop dance technique in a variety of styles, develop understanding of the Dance elements and build confidence in choreography and performance.
If you are confident with computers, this course allows you to be creative and explore visual ideas in digital media.
Need skills in the Microsoft Office suite such as Word, Excel or PowerPoint? This self-paced course is perfect if you need to acquire Microsoft Office skills for studies or work. Gain as many credits as you need for those mid-year enrolments or stay the whole year and become an MS Office whiz.
Step into the digital technologies world and enhance your existing technological knowledge in this state-of-the-art subject. This course furthers your knowledge to write basic computer programs, draw and edit digital images, create web-sites, and integrate spreadsheets into word processed documents.
This course introduces you to the fundamental skills needed: drama techniques, conventions and elements. You learn about the history of theatre, whilst developing your performance confidence and script writing skills.
Explore a wide range of texts, from short stories, novels and films to posters, podcasts and blogs. Develop skills in listening and speaking, reading and writing, and viewing and presenting.
Similar to ENA, you will develop your skills in listening and speaking, reading and writing, and viewing and presenting, in a slower-paced learning environment.
You will explore texts, develop your skills in listening and speaking, reading and writing and viewing and presenting and you will have a strong focus on enhancing your literacy skills.
This course is designed for those who have been out of school for a period of time. You will develop skills in listening and speaking, reading and writing, viewing and presenting, in a supported learning environment.
Business for beginners. Get started on your pathway to be a successful business person. New Zealand needs more enterprising people to grow our economy and generate a sustainable future.
Increases your practical skills and knowledge of the science involved in the world around you and leads on to Level 1 Science exam classes.
In this course you will gain knowledge and understanding of film through the study of existing films. You will also make your own film product.
Develop an understanding of food and nutritional factors that influence people's wellbeing.
The focus of this course is on healthy food choices, current issues and food hygiene.
This subject looks at the world we live in, how its affects us and how we affect the world we inhabit.
If you want to become a designer in the professions of Architecture, Engineering and Graphics, this is the course for you.
This course is a hands-on technology based course using a variety of hard materials of your choice.
In this course you discover and analyse influences on health and develop ways of becoming a healthier person in all aspects of your well-being.
This course explores topics in New Zealand and ancient Greek history and introduces you to the art of the Historian.
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 will teach you how to prepare and serve food, make café style food and a host of other skills. Gain credits that will prepare you for a career pathway in the hospitality industry.
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 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 has a strong emphasis on algebra and graphing and prepares you for your external NCEA examinations. Provides a good base for year 12, 13 and beyond.
This course helps you focus on basic maths and to work towards the numeracy unit standards. It is preparation for 11MAG or 12MAL.
Look at all aspects of maths that you need for life including Number, Linear Algebra, Geometry, Measurement and Statistics and Probability. Provides excellent preparation for 12MAG.
Explore creative approaches to animating images and text.
This course develops your performance and composition skills, your analysis of musical works and your understanding of theory.
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 course for ELL students wishing to develop skills in practical sewing with domestic sewing machines.
In this course you improve your practical and interpersonal skills, learn about the outdoors and experience a range of outdoor activities.
In this course you improve your practical and interpersonal skills and learn about the body and how it functions in response to exercise.
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 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 encourages you to build on your Junior Science level and prepares you to move on to all of the Year 12 courses.
If you have been away from school for a while, this course gives you an opportunity to both gain confidence in numeracy and to achieve in Maths. Provides excellent preparation for 12MAG.
This course is about developing skills to make garments while learning about the variety and function of fabrics used in everyday life. You complete a portfolio that demonstrates your skills.
This course is based on the BConstructive programme, and will build the skills required to enter a trade.
In this course you develop skills deemed to be important in the workplace.
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 is for students who need literacy support to complete Level 2 English.
This is for students who need literacy support to complete Level 2 English.
This computing course is designed for English language learners with no or limited computing experience. Learn how to operate a windows-based PC, search for information on the internet, send emails and other computing skills needed for everyday life.
Your work can contribute to gaining unit standards for the New Zealand Certificate in English Language or Literacy Level 1 NCEA unit standards.
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
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.
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.
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