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2.2 Courses
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LA Levels
Ultimate Frisbee "Spirit of the game" CRPE 4

This is a continuation of Ultimate Frisbee from the beginning of the term - new players are welco

2.2 Extension English GEOM 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

This course is for students who want to extend their literacy and/or English skills.

SOAPS and PERFUMES ALIS 4

This course will be a lot more hands on.

Clone of Ko Te Korero Me Te Whakarongo MART 6, 8

Kia mate a Ururoa! kei mate Tarakihi!

2.2 Integrated Studies 1 GEOM 6

Integrated Studies combines Business Studies, English, and Enterprise into a holistic learning pr

Clone of 2.1 8English GEOM 8

This course is mainly project based and aims to develop students into independent thinkers and le

Clone of There is no 'I' in TEAM SARA 6

In a team situation, you will demonstrate interpersonal skills.

2.2 8English GEOM 8

This course is mainly project based and aims to develop students into independent thinkers and le

Financial literacy - Shopping for Savings STEH 3, 4

This unit involves students calculating savings and finding the best value items from lists of pr

Making a change KATA 6

What you do doesn’t only affect you.

The event... SARA 7, 8

This class is a continuation from 2.1.

Calculus DERT 8

This is normally a FULL YEAR course for students who have completed level two mathematics.

Shortland Street & other Filmed Scenes EMIM 4, 5

This is a continuation of 2.1.

BEATNIKS: Percussion, Drums and World Music MATD 3, 4

Learn all about rhythm, time-signatures, sight-reading, improvisation and more through this fun h

Number - Pizzas and Shopping + Education Perfect/Maths Buddy MATW 3, 4

Have you ever wondered how many pizzas you should order? Maths can help you work that out.

ADVANCED MUSIC: NCEA LEVELS TWO AND THREE MATD 7, 8

This course is designed for experienced musicians, wanting to achieve standards at levels two and

Performing Short Plays 2018 MART 6, 7, 8

Performance Week is almost upon us.

Romeo and Juliet LAUB 7

Full term course!

Social Sciences (Media/Psychology/Social Studies) RICP 4, 5

In this course we try to understand human behaviour (especially our own).

45Maths - Algebra INOK 4, 5

We will continue to learn more Algebra techniques.

Algebra - deuxième épisode DUNW 5

Algebra is awesome!

Number including SDL Maths Buddy KAYH 4

This course is back to level 4 number.

Introduction to Genetics - Continued FLOM 6

During term 2 we will focus on genetics: What are genes and what do they do?

Socio-Scientific Issue MATW 8

We will explore a variety of topics from a scientific and ethical point of view, focussing partic

Starstruck GREO 6

Students will investigate and select an astronomical event that interests them and collect and pr

Algebra cont. and Graphs ALIS 5

Algebra will continue for approx. 1 week then we will begin GRAPHS.

Advanced Mandarin Language and Culture Class MLA 4, 5

Calculus DERT 8

We will aim to finish Integration by the end of the term.

Visual Design in Texts BetM 5

In this block, we'll put our digital design knowledge to use and create visual texts.

7/8 Photography Folio Generation and Development ROSM 7, 8

“This course is designed to enable you to make a body of work suitable for a Photography Folio fo

Media and Film Studies - Advanced NCEA RICP 7, 8

In this course, we've moved our focus from film analysis in Term One, to designing a film and lea

Pythagoras and Trigonometry DUNW 4, 5

Using the techniques of Pythagoras theorem and trigonometry we will look at how we make calculati

Organic chemistry, continued: it's alkynes of fun! ZACW 7

(continued from Term 2.1)

2.2 Visual Artists as Entrepreneurs HOLR 8

Make art in a medium of your choice that becomes a project suitable for exhibition and to sell.

More algebra, including graphs MATP 5

The class will continue their study of algebra, moving into more complex problems.

SENIOR JAZZ BAND MATD 7, 8

This course is designed for experienced musicians working at NCEA level music who are wanting to

Design, Make and Innovate Term 2 JARG 6

Design, Make and Innovate provides opportunities for students to learn and develop design and mak

Number Level 2-3 continued from 2.1 KAYH 3

This course continues for those who were in it in 2.1.

Level One Media Studies RICP 6

In Media Studies this year, we'll be looking primarily at films, and how to express ideas about s

Continuation of Heroism in Literature ROBM 4, 5

In this class we will examine what it truly means to be a hero through the study of literature.

Philosophy of Science (an introduction) BRES 3, 4

In this part of the course, we complete our explorations in the Philosophy of Religion and then m

19th century physics - continued FLOM 7

We will start this term with a proper practical experiment, planned and performed by the students

Wet and windy plus EXTREME events MATP 7, 8

Having looked at physical processes around and within the Earth, Level 7 students will now go on

Design and Innovate (Continued) JARG 7, 8

Developing and refining designs and outcomes for individualised projects

Law of Tort ALLH 8

We examine this area of civil law concerned with negligence and other Torts

Advanced Product and Furniture Design 2.2 JARG 7, 8

This course progresses from term 2.1 with students focusing on completing their first CNC or resi

Shape - Reflection, Rotation, Translation and Enlargement KAYH 3, 4

We will look at what happens to shapes when you move them, turn them, reflect them and enlarge th

What's for dinner? KATA 4, 5

Have you ever wanted to impress your family and friends by cooking them a three course meal?

Independent English GEOM 5

This course is for students who want to work independently towards improving their literacy and/o

Lucy is a Drama Director 2.2 SDL 4, 5

Drama with Year 12 students Lucy Webster & Rose Hubble, who will be developing drama skills w

Social Responsibility (2.2) PETB 6

Building on the Social Studies understandings developed earlier in the programme, the course will

Algebra and Graphs INOK 6

We will continue to work towards the external exams in algebra and graphs.

TRIGONOMETRY LOUW 7

TRIGONOMETRY

SENIOR JAZZ BAND MATD 7, 8

This course is a year long practical exploration of jazz forms and improvisation.

Te Reo mo ngā Teina: Whānau MART 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

'Naku te rourou nau te rourou ka ora ai te iwi'

Electricity and magnetism ZACW 5, 6

Students will continue to learn shocking things about electricity, and they'll be attracted to th

Lost Wildlife Wars Cont. BREB 7

Through the centuries huge number of native animal species have gone extinct due to humans and th

MEASUREMENT / LINEAR ALGEBRA LOUW 6

Following the Measurement assessment in week 1 we will begin the Linear Algebra topic.

Level 3 Media Studies Term Two: Let's design some films RICP 8

This term, we'll take our skills from film analysis and plan our own short films, based around so

ALGEBRA/GRAPHS LOUW 5

Algebra will continue for approx. 2 weeks then we will begin GRAPHS.

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LA Levels
Psychology ALLH 8

Attraction and close relationships. Why do we like some people and why do we fall in love?

Movie Music 2 MATD 4, 5

In this course we will be looking at the use of music in film and TV.

Properties of particles and thermochemistry ZACW 8

We will first study atomic structure, quantum mechanics, and electron configuration.

Ko ngā Mangopare Tuākana - Senior Sharks MART 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Te reo Māori (language) and tikanga Māori (culture) are intertwined, and so learning te reo Māori

2.2 Film Studies and Project Based English GEOM 5, 6, 7
The First Novel Study Continued ROBM 5

We have already read a third of the novel and will aim to complete it this term.

Algebra - Let's find where "x" got to... DUNW 5

Algebra is awesome!

Creative writing - The Comic Toolbox STEH 3, 4

We will be learning and further developing our use of techniques for great comedy writing.

I’m saving myself to help save the world BREB 6

What you do isn’t just going to affect you.

Reaching new heights MATP 7, 8

Experience rock climbing - inside and out.

MEASUREMENT / LINEAR ALGEBRA LOUW 6

Following the Measurement assessment in week 1 we will begin the Linear Algebra topic.

Level 1 English - Term Two RICP 6

This term, we'll do a close study of a film (Ex Machina).

Attraction and Close Relationships ALLH 8

What are the many factors that influence our initial attraction to another person?

2.2Visual Artists as Entrepreneurs 2017 HOLR 8

We start the term by working out what you want to work on through the year.

Calculus DERT 8

We will aim to finish Integration by the end of the term.

Genre Study: Sci-fi ROBM 8

This course will look at a bunch of short stories and film across a range of time periods and sty

MAKING MUSIC: NCEA LEVEL ONE MATD 6

This course is part of a semester-long programme, designed to support students wanting to achieve

It's a global world: free and fair trade KATA 4, 5

Globalisation is an example of huge social change.

Haere Tonu te Manu Kōrero MART 6, 7, 8

Those wanting NCEA Level 1 (or higher) MUST BE committed to studying and would be expected to tak

Rockclimbing PETB 6, 7

Rock Climbing: This is an introductory course in rock climbing.

Transport of Ions and Molecules across Cell Membranes MATW 7

Week 6 and 7 will look in detail at cell membranes and how different types of ions and molecules

Clone of 2.1 Business Studies and Enterprise GEOM 6, 7, 8

Business Studies is mainly project based and aims to develop students into independent thinkers a

Atomic and Nuclear Energy (and some history!) GREO 7

Lord Ernest Rutherford did a large amount of his work here at UC before moving to Oxford (UK, not

Beginner Mandarin Language and Culture Class MLA 1, 2, 3

Creating with Digital Technologies - not a free time Gaming course! IANH 5

This is intended to be a whole year course where we plan, design and create Digital resources tha

Clone of 2.1 Business Studies and Enterprise GEOM 6, 7, 8

Business Studies is mainly project based and aims to develop students into independent thinkers a

Clone of Graphs L2 INOK 7

We will be looking at the Graphs relevant to the Algebra we have just finished.

Making things go BOOM - Chemical Bonding, Structure, Properties and Energy Changes FLOM 7

In the second half of term 2, we will investigate the intermolecular and intramolecular forces th

Journalism Continued NATW 4, 5

Learn how to be a journalist, and learn about the relationship between journalists and society.

ADVANCED MUSIC 1 - (NCEA LEVELS 1 and 2...) MATD 6, 7

Do music for NCEA credits!

Computer Aided Design + Engineering JARG 5

Students will be using autodesk fusion 360 along with other design tools to design, model, make a

Indoor football STEH 4, 5

This block we will apply the Sports Education Model to Indoor football.

Social Class ALLH 8

An examination of castes and class. We will also look at the sociology of deviance

Exhibiting in a public space HOLR 8

This is a multi level course that best suits students working at year 12 and 13.

Human Rights: Define, Discuss, Defend Continued.... and KATA 5

We complete our course on human rights this block with a section on how people have defended and

Basketball - STEH 4

This course will be happening at the Y.M.C.A. Bishopdale. We will catch the bus to and from.

Calculus DERT 8

We are starting Integration and will finish next term.

Advanced Design, Make and Innovate - Term 2 JARG 7, 8

Building on the design brief, research and design ideation, students will continue to develop pro

Exhibiting in a public space HOLR 7, 8

This is a multi level course that best suits students working at year 12 and 13.

Presenting my hero of learning BRAF 4

We will explore the concept of a hero, from super hero to everyday heroes.

2.2 Level Two - Art making towards a folio HOLR 7

TermTwo - Recommended that those scheduling into this course have completed the term one program

Let's unpack Multiplication and Division KAYH 3, 4

We will start with a couple of weeks on multiplication strategies and then move into division.

Business Studies and Enterprise GEOM 7, 8

Business Studies is mainly project based and aims to develop students into independent thinkers a

The Solar System ALIS 5

An alien coming from a giant gas planet would look at our solar system and say: “There are only f

Measurement / algebra ALIS 4

Measurement will continue for 2-3 weeks.

THEN

An Introduction to Algebra

2.2 Level Three - Art making towards a folio HOLR 8

Term two - Recommended that those scheduling into this course have completed the term one progra

GEOMETRIC REASONING LOUW 6

Pythagoras, Trigonometry and Circle Geometry –

Fistball…Handball…Dodgeball…Tchoukball. IANH 4, 5

Come and try out these different ball sports…they are all pretty new to NZ and look like great fu

I’m saving myself to help save the world BREB 6

What you do isn’t just going to affect you.

2.2 Foundation Illustration HOLR 3, 4, 5, 6

You will explore the possibilities of line drawing.

Architectural Design JARG 5, 6

This course offers students opportunities to develop design modelling skills around an architectu

ALGEBRA/GRAPHS LOUW 4, 5

Algebra will continue for approx. 1 week then we will begin GRAPHS.

Level One English - Visual Text Study RICP 6

This term we'll be learning a bunch of stuff about visual analysis, then closely viewing '10 Clov

2.2 Devising EMIM 6, 7, 8

This is part of the year long Drama course offered at senior level offering NCEA level 1,2,3 stan

Mission to Mars, Continued - Level 4 ZACW 4

Unlimited needs YOU to help our class get to Mars!

Clone of The Short Story JOB 4, 5

Students will read a range of short stories in order to understand how they work; what makes for

Level Two English - Extended Text Analysis RICP 7

In this course, we’ll finish our study of the novel 'Annihilation' by Jeff VanderMeer, and finish

Social Responsibility and Change (2.2) PETB 7, 8

Building on the Social Studies understandings developed earlier in the programme, the course will

Probability Distributions. INOK 8

We will start Probability distributions which are used in the commercial and industrial world to

Movie makers LAUB 5

Students will use the raw footage they shot in 2.1 to edit in iMovie.

Fuels for a Green Future ZACW 6

We'll investigate the implications of using carbon compounds as fuels on humans and the environme

2.2 Business Studies and Enterprise GEOM 6, 7, 8

Business Studies is mainly project based and aims to develop students into independent thinkers a

Green
LA Levels
Statistics level 1 DERT 6

We will be finishing Bivariate Data and then hopefully moving on to Multivariate Data.

Genetics & Evolution continued MATW 6

We will continue to look at the importance of Genetics and Evolution for modern biology.

Clone of Me Timata Ano MART 1, 2, 3

“Ko te manu e kai ana te miro, nona te ngahere.

Kohknowco Lab 2.2 2017 in Green Block RENM 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

How far can we go? Got an idea, a dream, a project, a problem to solve?

Clone of Goal setting REBF 6

Last term you improved someone else’s nutrition, now it’s your turn to improve your own well-bein

Basketball continued... SARA 6

Last block you learned skills needed to play basketball and selected a skill within basketball (s

EURO 2016 SARB 3, 4

This class looks at the ins and outs of the European Football tournament.

MEASUREMENT contd. / ALGEBRA LOUW 5

Measurement will continue for 2-3 weeks.

THEN

We will begin the Algebra topic.

Keep Doing The Write Thing ROBM 4

THIS IS A WRITING HEAVY CLASS.

Exploring Music MATD 4

The content of this course will be co-created between students and the LA.

Animal Behaviour, Plant Responses and Genetically Modified Food MATW 8

We will complete our introduction to key concepts in Animal Behaviour and Plant Responses (extern

The solar system FLOM 4, 5

An alien coming from a giant gas planet would look at our solar system and say: “There are only f

AC vs DC continued....AND Socioscientific Issues GREO 8

This block we'll look at the physics of electricity and how current flow around a DC circuit can

DJ BRES 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Learn how to be a DJ using a range of DJ technology including:

MAKING MUSIC: NCEA LEVEL ONE MATD 6

This course is part of a semester-long programme, designed to support students wanting to achieve

Philosophy of Cyborgs BRES 5, 6

NO NEW ENROLMENTS: The course continues from 2.1.

Level 2 and 3 PE Course EMMB 7, 8

2.3 BIGGER FASTER STRONGER (91329) (4 credits)(L1 Lit)

MEASUREMENT / LINEAR ALGEBRA ALIS 6

Following the Measurement assessment in week 2 we will begin the Linear Algebra topic.

3/4 Foundation Art - Sculpture ROSM 3, 4

Drawing and Sculpture

Media and Film Studies - Beginner NCEA RICP 6, 7

In this course, we've focused on analysing the best thing to ever come out of New Zealand

Philosophy and Democracy BRES 6

The first week will be dedicated to completing essays started in 2.1.

Architecture JARG 4, 5

This course will provide students opportunities to learn different ways of drawing and how to use

Food and Digestion INOK 4, 5

We will be looking at the Science of food and the discussions around food issues in New Zealand.

Digital Technology DERT 6, 7, 8

This class aim's to be flexible to meet the varied needs of students.

2.2 Foundation Ceramics HOLR 4, 5

This is a long term course. Your finished work will be glazed and fired.

Performing Short Plays 2017 MART 6, 7, 8

Performance Week is almost upon us.

Philosophy - Ethics pt2 BRES 7, 8

Continued from 2.1. No new enrolments please.

Table Tennis STEH 3, 4

We will travel to Canterbury Table Tennis on Blenheim Road and develop our skills.

Smartphone and iPad Photography ROSM 4, 5, 6

This course is designed to enable you to use your smartphone or iPad to take and enhance digital

Blowin' In The Wind ROBM 6

"I try to be a little different on every album," Bob Dylan told Rolling Stone editor Jann S.

Careers Bootcamp: Where to next? KIRM 5, 6, 7, 8

Who am I?
Who do I want to be?
What do I want in my life?

What's the matter? MATP 4

The universe is full of stuff...

A cell's life ZACW 5

A cell is the smallest unit of life that can be classified as a living thing.

Continuation of Gothic Fiction and Horror in Film ROBM 8

Age 16+ due to films shown in this class.

Philosophy of Religion BRES 7, 8

Having concluded the university course, students will now be provided with a refresher in the Phi

Into the Dark - Continued NATW 8

Continued from term 2.1. Buckle your seat belts.

2.2 English: Film Studies GEOM 6

Film Studies is a comprehensive English course with a focus on film.

Design and Make (continued) JARG 5, 6

Designing and manufacturing a product.

Dance NZ Made SARM 4, 5

This class is for those who want be in a dancer in Dance NZ Made competition.

Allegro - Quickly developing musical skills MATD 4, 5

In this course we will be looking at developing rehearsal skills for solo and group performance,

2.2 Visual Artists as Entrepreneurs HOLR 7, 8

Make art in a medium of your choice that becomes a project suitable for exhibition and to sell.

Project English GEOM 6

This course is mainly project based and aims to develop students into independent thinkers and le

Sociology ALLH 8

Economic and Political System. Capitalism and Socialism will contrasted.

algebra continued INOK 4, 5

We will continue with the algebra we did last block.

Introduction to Genetics ALIS 6

During 2.2 and 3.1 we will focus on genetics: What are genes and what do they do?

Inventors Club JARG 3, 4

Make the world a better place and become and inventor!

STATISTICS LEVEL 1 LOUW 6

In statistics, bivariate data is data that has two variables.

Level 3 Media Studies - Designing a Short Film RICP 7, 8

For the remainder of the year, any student wishing to design and create a film for either Level 2

sticker and drawing HOLR 3, 4

Year 7/8 in Otakaro...BE THERE!

ADVANCED MUSIC: NCEA LEVELS TWO AND THREE MATD 7, 8

This course is designed for experienced musicians, wanting to achieve standards at levels two and

Te Waipapa o Ao Tawhiti Kapa Haka MART 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Toku toa, he toa rangatira
(My bravery is inherited from the chief before me)

Sharpening our scientific brain BREB 8

Science is about investigation and Biology is about applying science to the unknown.

2.2 Level Two - Art making towards a folio HOLR 7

TermTwo - Recommended that those scheduling into this course have completed the term one program

How Can I Improve My Performance KelB 7, 8

Level 2: This course will begin by participating in a variety of different methods of training (i

Mission to Mars, Continued - Level 5 ZACW 5

Unlimited needs YOU to help our class get to Mars!

Time KAYH 3, 4

This course will look at the the basic needed to understand Time.

10 Novels - the first chapter EMIM 5

We will be listening to the first chapter of 10 'phenomenal' novels.

Calculus INOK 7

After finishing the graphing topic we will go on to Calculus which is an important topic which lo

2.2 Level Three - Art making towards a folio HOLR 8

(Pre- requisite is level two visual art, if you have not completed a level two art folio you must

Acting Young Always - Junior Drama MART 3, 4, 5

Performance Week is nearly upon us Juniors.

War poetry BRAF 3, 4

We will study poems that emerge from wars that convey a range of images from horror through to sy

Blue
LA Levels
MEASUREMENT contd. / ALGEBRA LOUW 4

Measurement will continue for 2-3 weeks.

THEN

An Introduction to Algebra

Clone of Will humans be here in 1000 years? SARA 4, 5

Earth is changing and technology is improving, but what are we doing to our planet?

Campaign for a Cause BRAF 3, 4

In this course you will create a campaign for a cause that is worthy to you.

Shaky Earth: Extreme Natural Events KATA 6

We embrace natural forces this term and examine the causes of earthquakes and their effects on th

That’s A Rap cont. ROBM 6

We will look at a style of poetry that emerged in the late 20th century and has now become a domi

Ko Ngā Manu Tēina - Junior Birds MART 1, 2

We began the basics in Te Reo Māori in term one and now let’s extend our vocabulary!!!

Dance NZ Made SARM 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Alice's Odyssey continues :)

JAZZ BAND MATD 7, 8

This course is designed for experienced musicians working at NCEA level music who are wanting to

PLASTICS MATP 5

Wonder of technology? Doom of the Earth?

Social Inquiry- Human Rights, Responsibility and Ideology PETB 6, 7, 8

Building on the understandings developed in Term One, students will undertake studies of social a

Master Chef International SARA 5

Are you up for a cooking challenge?

STAR STRUCK: Performance 101 MATD 4, 5

In this course we will be focusing on music performance - how to get the most out of your practic

Kohknowco Lab 2.2 2017 in Blue Block RENM 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

How far can we go? Got an idea, a dream, a project, a problem to solve?

Clone of 2.1 English: Film Studies GEOM 7

Film Studies is a comprehensive English course with a focus on film.

Philosophy - Arguments and Ethics BRES 4, 5

This course continues from the previous block.

Relationships with others SARF 4, 5

This term in Health we are focussing on Relationships with others, skills and topics learned in t

Map My World KATA 6, 7

This course covers the fundamental skills required to be a geographer!

Lets Get Furious Filmmaking MART 6, 7, 8

In 2.2 the National 48 Hours Furious Filmmaking Festival commences at the end of Week 7.

Photography EMIM 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

We will photograph.

We will explore others' photography.

2.2 Level Three - Art making towards a folio HOLR 8

Term two

Level 3 Literacy LAUB 3, 4

A class designed to support students who need some extra literacy support.

Advanced Independent Historical Inquiry.2 RICM 8

This course is designed to support students with independent inquiries for university entrance an

Shaky Earth: Extreme Natural Events KATA 6

We embrace natural forces this term and examine the causes of earthquakes and their effects on th

Ecology - Mammalian predators and their impact on native birds MATW 7

We will look at key ecological features in New Zealand, focussing on the impact of mammalian pred

Clone of Te Reo o ngā Tuākana MART 6

Te reo Māori (language) and tikanga Māori (culture) are intertwined, and so learning te reo Māori

The Force will be with you, always.... MATP, KATA 3, 4

An introduction to the wonderful world of forces: gravity, magnetism, electricity and some of the

3.1 Level Two - Art making towards a folio HOLR 7

TermTwo - Recommended that those scheduling into this course have completed the term one program

International Sports EMMB 4, 5

Students will participate in a variety of sports, and fill in a reflection booklet looking at spo

Prototype (continued from 2.1) JARG 6, 7, 8

Now we have a conceptual design you can start developing your prototype seating outcome.

The Fear Factor Continued ROBM 8

All colour drains from your face, your palms go sweaty, the hair on the back of your neck stands

Digital Technology DERT 6, 7, 8

This class aim's to be flexible to meet the varied needs of students.

Campaign for a Cause BRAF 3, 4

In this course you will create a campaign for a cause that is worthy to you.

Redox and batteries FLOM 8

In this latter part of Term 2, we will work towards an internal assessment of our knowledge of re

The first steps of quantum mechanics, and waves - continued FLOM 8

In the first part of this term we will study towards an internal exam covering various content co

Chemistry: propelling us into the future...part 2! ZACW 8

(Continued from T2.1)

Philosophy - Arguments and Ethics BRES 3, 4

This course continues from the previous block.

Chemistry: propelling us into the future...part 2! ZACW 8

(Continued from T2.1)

Tchouk ball! STEH 5

In this course we will travel by bus to Howzat Indoor Sport and learn the dynamic, fast paced spo

2.2 78 English GEOM 7, 8

This course is mainly project based and aims to develop students into independent thinkers and le

Measurement cont. ALGEBRA ALIS 5

Measurement will continue for 2-3 weeks.

THEN

We will begin the Algebra topic.

Philosophy: Theory of Knowledge BRES 5, 6

The course continues from 2.1. To begin, students will complete their assignments.

Philosophy of Science (an introduction) BRES 4, 5

This course covers topics that require a level of maturity and life experience.

Faster than light? MATP 3, 4

Can anything travel faster than light? How fast does light travel, anyway???

Kohknowco Lab 2.2 RENM 4, 5

Formerly UPT Digital. Web, app, and games development. Tech innovation.

Drawing and making prints HOLR 4, 5

You will experience drawing like never before.

MAKING MUSIC: NCEA LEVEL ONE MATD 6

This course is part of a semester-long programme, designed to support students wanting to achieve

HIP HOP SHOWCASE SARB 7, 8

During this block we will have Zion Dance Company come and guest tutor at our school.

Calculus level 2 DERT 7

We will be starting on Calculus which is the mathematics of rates of change.

19th century physics FLOM 7

We will jump into radioactivity: models of the atom, half-life, alpha, beta and gamma rays, and d

2.2 Foundation Ceramics HOLR 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Developing skills with hand building, wheel work and more. This is a long term course.

Literacy Skills LAUB 2, 3, 4

This a class with a focus on emergent literacy skills and strategies for reading.

Improving My Skill KelB 6

We will complete two assessments over 2.1 and 2.2 - a practical assessment where you are awarded

78English GEOM 7, 8

This course is mainly project based and aims to develop students into independent thinkers and le

Literacy in the Kitchen KAYH 3, 4

Kay is offering this course in Blue and Kate is offering this course in Orange.

Busting the world apart cell by cell BREB 7

Everyone has one, most have billions. Cells are the stuff we are made of!

STATISTICS LEVEL 1 - BIVARIATE DATA LOUW 6

In statistics, bivariate data is data that has two variables.

Clone of Visual Text Study JOB 6

As a class we will study 'Mississippi Burning'.

Legal Studies ALLH 8

Law of Torts- Torts a civil wrongs.

Graphs INOK 7

We continue to work through a large range of graph types.

2.2 English: Film Studies GEOM 7

Film Studies is a comprehensive English course with a focus on film.

Purple
LA Levels
2.2 Journalists MART 6, 7, 8

Print Media students... continuing from term 1 will work on completing their NCEA assessments.

2.2 Visual Arts Level 1 HOLR 5, 6

This is an NCEA course and the pre requisite is to have completed term one.

TRIGONOMETRY LOUW 7

TRIGONOMETRY

Advanced Independent Historical Inquiry.2 RICM 8

This course is designed to support students with independent inquiries for university entrance an

Level One English/Media - Term Two RICP 6

This term, we'll start by expressing our knowledge of film techniques in written form (and do a f

Economic and Political Systems ALLH 8

Post-modern economies, work, and forms of Government such as totalitarianism will be studies.

Senior dance @ Dance Unlimited SARM 6, 7, 8

Students in the class will be working on at least two of the following:

Continuation of oceans, stars and planets MATP 7, 8

Hopefully there will be an opportunity to travel to the Tekapo observatory in June.

Composition and performance MATD 5

This class is designed for students at the junior level who are serious about music, but not yet

Independent Historical Inquiry.2 RICM 6, 7

This term-long course is designed to support students with independent inquiries for NCEA assessm

Developing Your Ideas and Performance SARF 7, 8

This block we will be learning dances for Level 2 Repertoire and Level 2/3 Group Dance.

Psychology in Context RICP 7, 8

**ANY STUDENT ENROLLED IN THE COURSE IN 2.2 IS EXPECTED TO HAVE A PROJECT THEY ARE WORKING ON, BA

Philosophy of Religion BRES 8

Having concluded the university ethics course, students will now be provided with a refresher in

MCAT Preparation - Letters and Numbers - Algebra MATW 6

This course will introduce you to Algebra in preparation for the MCAT (external, 4 credits, sat i

STATISTICAL INFERENCE DERT 7

STATISTICAL INFERENCE

Habitat (continued from 2.1) JARG 4

Design and make a habitat for beneficial insects or wildlife.

Philosophy of Religion (cont) BRES 4, 5

Cont from 2.1.

ADVANCED MUSIC 2 - (NCEA LEVEL 3) MATD 8

Do music for NCEA credits!

Probability Concepts DERT 8

We will work on Probability Concepts.

Simple Electronics JARG 3, 4

Learn to build electronics circuits - workshop only runs on Thursdays from 9-10:30am.

Probability Distributions INOK 8

We will study the following models and probability functions that are used to make probability pr

2.2 Visual Arts Level 1 HOLR 6

This class suits those who want to make a body of work and not one only art works.

7 Photography 2.2 ROSM 7

This course is designed to enable you to make a body of work suitable for a Photography Folio for

Advanced Independent Historical Inquiry.2 RICM 7, 8

This course is designed to support students with independent inquiries for university entrance an

Measurement cont./ ALGEBRA ALIS 5

Measurement will continue for 2-3 weeks.

THEN

We will begin the Algebra topic.

Evolocity JARG 3, 4

Design and Build an electric vehicle - workshop only running on Friday 9-10:30am.

Speeches and spoken word BRAF 6

In this course you will prepare a speech or a spoken word presentation (or any other manner of pr

2.2 Visual Arts Level 1 HOLR 6

This is an NCEA course and the pre requisite is to have completed term one.

Social Psychology ALLH 8

We look at some interesting topics from social psychology including bystander apathy.

Rocketing around the solar system ZACW 4

There's a lot of empty space in space!

Graphs GREO 6

We're going to look at the wonder that are graphs!

TRIGONOMETRY LOUW 7

TRIGONOMETRY

We will be continuing with the Trigonometry topic started in 2.1.

Basketball - Continued STEH 4, 5

We will continue with our Sports Education Module for developing our basketball and interpersonal

Level One English - Extended Text Analysis RICP 6

This term, we'll spend the majority of our time analysing the main ideas in 'Ender's Game' by Ors

Electromagnetism and Modern physics - continued FLOM 7, 8

This is a busy term!

Performance @ AT Dance - cont. from 2.1 SARM 6, 7, 8

This term we will be focused on PERFORMANCE.

Badminton and Strategies for Developing Skills EMMB 6

This is done in conjunction with building and developing your badminton performance and tactical

The first steps of quantum mechanics FLOM 8

The first part of this course is likely to carry on from our study of electromagnetism.

Level 2 English - Focus on Visual Texts RICP 7

We'll analyse 'Interstellar' as a visual text after relearning some visual analysis techniques.

Making things go BOOM - Chemical Bonding, Structure, Properties and Energy Changes ZACW 7

In Term 2, we will investigate the intermolecular and intramolecular forces that hold matter toge

Nature - Getting out into it EMIM 4

Disclaimer: This is a cellphone and computer FREE course.

Clone of Ways to well-being REBF 8

This term you will choose a health condition of your choice, and investigate how people treat/man

Digital Technology DERT 6, 7, 8

This class aim's to be flexible to meet the varied needs of students.

Clone of Health promotion REBF 7

During this topic you will learn what health promotion is about, how to set SMART goals and all a

GEOMETRIC REASONING - contd LOUW 6

Pythagoras, Trigonometry and Circle Geometry – cont.

Advanced Independent Historical Inquiry.2 RICM 6, 7, 8

This course is designed to support students with independent inquiries for NCEA Levels 1, 2 and 3

Orange
LA Levels
Making Films Together MART 6, 7, 8

We are working as a team to make movies created by students in the form of a short film, document

Level 2 Media Studies - Term Two (Film design and planning) RICP 7, 8

This term, we begin a massive project for the rest of the year - creating a short film!* We'll di

2.2 Extension English GEOM 6

This course is for students who want to extend their literacy and/or English skills.

Literacy in the Kitchen KATA 3, 4, 5

Kay is offering this course in blue and Kate is offering it in orange.

5ENG - Extension English RICP 5

This course is designed for those students already operating at or above the 'typical' Y10 studen

MY MUSIC PROJECT MATD 4, 5

In this course, students will design and carry out a range of music 'projects' of their own desig

A nourished body SARM 5

During this block we will be learning about what is in our food and how we use it as a source of

2.2 Business Studies GEOM 6, 7, 8

Business Studies is mainly project based and aims to develop students into independent thinkers a

Clone of 2.1 Extension English GEOM 6

This course is for students who want to extend their literacy and/or English skills.

Independent Historical Inquiry.2 RICM 6, 7

This term-long course is designed to support students with independent inquiries for NCEA Level 1

Zombi plague - part 2 MATP 5, 6

Microorganisms - bacteria, fungi and viruses...

Dispute Resolution ALLH 8

A look at Negotiation, Mediation, Arbitration and Litigation.

International Cuisine. KAYH 4

Let's go on a journey around the world. Exploring food from other countries and cultures.

Chasse and ball-change SARB 3, 4, 5, 6

Come along to class and plan your programme.

Human Impacts on the Otakaro Avon River. Sustainable? KATA 6, 7

Levels one and two join together this block to investigate some impacts of humans on the Avon Ota

Probability Concepts and Distributions INOK 8

We will finish the probability concepts work and continue to probability distributions.

8 Photography 2.2 ROSM 8

8 Photography

Clone of Ko Ngā Manu Tēina MART 1, 2

We began the basics in Te Reo Māori in term one and now let’s extend our vocabulary!!!

Philosophy - Ethics pt2 BRES 7, 8

Continued from 2.1. No new enrolments please.

Introduction to Hiphop SARF 3, 4, 5, 6

In this course you will learn the foundations and origins of different styles within Hiphop Dance

Star Navigators PETB 3, 4, 5

The Stars - the Cosmos, have fascinated human beings for millennia.

Wreeding and Riting - Short Stories Continued ROBM 4

The second half of Term 2 will be spent practising independent deconstruction of short stories.

Endings and beginnings: Part II STEM 8

We continue our examination of novel.

2.2 getting started with clay continued from 2.1 HOLR 4, 5

This is a term long course.

Calculus DERT 8

We will aim to finish Integration by the end of the term.

Independent Historical Inquiry.2 RICM 6, 7

This term-long course is designed to support students with independent inquiries for NCEA assessm

Introduction to Genetics - Continued FLOM 6

During term 2 we will focus on genetics: What are genes and what do they do?

Stars and the universe FLOM 4, 5

In this course we will look at what stars are made of, how they live and die.

Making things go BOOM - Chemical Bonding, Structure, Properties and Energy Changes ZACW 7

(continued from Term 2.1)

The SDL music project MATD 3, 4, 5

This class is designed for anyone with an interest in music – you don’t need to have a lot of mus

Philosophy of Religion OR Mind BRES 7, 8

Class will choose from two options: Philosophy of Religion or Philosophy of Mind

Continuation of Creative Writing and Prejudice in Literature ROBM 6

Why are people so cruel to each other?

Visual Arts Level 1 HOLR 6

This class suits those who want to make a body of work and not one only art works.

The Carbon Cycle and Climate Change MATW 6

Carbon is a key ingredient for life on Earth.

Brave New World - Continued NATW 7

This course is continued from term 2.1.

Kohknowco Lab 2.2 RENM 4, 5

Formerly UPT Digital. Web, app, and games development. Tech innovation.

Busting the world apart cell by cell BREB 7

Everyone has one, most have billions. Cells are the stuff we are made of!

Statistics level 1 DERT 6

We will be finishing Bivariate Data and then hopefully moving on to Multivariate Data.

Level 2/3 Media Studies - Creating a Film RICP 7, 8

For the remainder of the year, any student wishing to design and create a film for either Level 2

Sharpening our scientific brain BREB 8

Science is about investigation and Biology is about applying science to the unknown.

Get a job KIRM 6, 7, 8

This course will focus on getting work experience or a job.

Other
LA Levels
Tinkertronics 3

This course is about learning to make electronic circuits, tinkering with electronics things and

Business Studies and Enterprise GEOM 6, 7, 8

Business Studies is mainly project based and aims to develop students into independent thinkers a

NCEA 78 English GEOM 6, 7, 8

This course is mainly project based and aims to develop students into independent thinkers and le

Cafe Economics GEOM 6

This course is mainly project based and aims to develop students into independent thinkers and le

Bond, James Bond GEOM 6

This course is for students who want to work towards improving their literacy and/or English skil