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3.2 Courses
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LA Levels
JAZZ BAND TERM 4 MATD 7, 8

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

Red
LA Levels
Algebra - 2 DUNW 4, 5

In this course we will be extending on the understanding that we have built with Algebra in the p

7/8 Photography Folio Generation ROSM 7, 8

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

Number Number Number - What's next KAYH 3, 4

This term we have looked at what we don't know and where our gaps are.

3.2 Visual Artists as Entrepreneurs HOLR 8

So far you have generated work, formed a community of like minded artists, about to have an exhib

BIGFISH: Music from Aotearoa/ New Zealand MATD 3, 4

In this course we will be playing, singing and studying a range of songs and instrumental music f

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

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

Quirky Quadratics (continued from Term 3.1) ZACW 5

We will look quizzically at quirky (yet simple) quadratic equations (and we will also study linea

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

6MAT LOUW 6, 7

GRAPHING

3.2 Level 3 Mathematics with Algebra LIBB 3

This class is a continuation of classes for students working within Level 3.

Triangulate that! DUNW 4, 5

The study of Pythagoras theorem and trigonometry has many applications and is steeped in soome fa

Level 4/5 Maths - Geometry MATW 4, 5

This course will cover an introduction to Euclidean Geometry, learning about angle rules and how

7/8 Photography Folio Generation ROSM 7, 8

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

Philosophy: Ethics and Political Philosophy BRES 3, 4

Continuing from 3.1. This block we continue our exploration of ethics.

Floorball CRPE 4

In this course, you make a commitment to being part of a Floorball team.

A Lost and Found Place NCEA - Marz Time MART 6, 7, 8

Rehearsals are now on for Ao Tawhiti's 2018 Major Production of A Lost and Found Place .

Do you measure up - 2? STEH 3, 4

Together we will develop our knowledge of length, area, volume and capacity and mass.

STATISTICS LOUW 5

STATISTICS – The statistical enquiry cycle is used in business, media, health, social welfare and

Te Haerenga o Te Reo mo ngā Teina MART 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

"Tangata ako ana i te whare, te turanga ki te marae, tau ana."

Human Evolution MATW 8

We will first look at primate evolution and then focus on the human lineage since it split from c

3.2 8English GEOM 8

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

Maths with Derek DERT 6

For the whole of term 3 we will be studying towards the external algebra paper.

What is the chance of that? Probability and Chance KAYH 4

This course will look at probability using fractions and percentages to describe probability.

Connections LAUB 6, 7

After the exams, we'll use the Shakespeare we have studied and a number of other texts to look fo

SENIOR JAZZ BAND MATD 7, 8

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

Even more better, bestist bits of maths... MATP 5

Because half a term of fun with linear algebra is obviously never enough, we'll do some more in 3

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

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

ALGEBRA contd LOUW 6

This course continues from 3.1 - no new students.

What's for Dinner (3.2)? KATA 4, 5

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

More of an Introduction to Algebra DUNW 4

In this course you will be introduced to a number of essential algebraic concepts.

Making an Impact through film: what's your plan? KATA 6

This course is a continuation of 3.1.

Statistics Part 2 MATW 6

This course is designed towards achieving Numeracy at Level 1, going at a slow pace by completing

Geometry INOK 4, 5

Angles, bearings, polygons, polyhedrons.

yoga and mindfullness ALIS 4, 5

Continuing on with working on mindfulness and doing yoga to help us focus and be aware with out s

Lost Futures Cont. BREB 7

There are so many industries designed around beautification and improved health.

Anatomy, biomechanics and exercise physiology... Badminton SARA 7, 8

This course is a continuation from 3.1.

Anatomy, Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology SARA 6

This course is a continuation from 3.1

3.2 Integrated Studies 1 GEOM 6

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

More of an Introduction to Algebra STEH 4

In this course you will be introduced to a number of essential algebraic concepts.

ALGEBRA contd. LOUW 6

We will continue to study Algebra which covers the following topics -

3.2 Filmed Scenes EMIM 4, 5

I'm running an experiment, which I'm not entirely sure I can do, so forgive me if this falls apar

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

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

Algebra and Graphs INOK 6

We will continue with Algebra to work towards the external MCAT exam.

Yay it's finally algebra! (Part 2) MICV 5

We will be revising how to add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions and integers.

Level 3 Number - for targeted students only see Kay KAYH 3

We are going to try something a little different this block.

Level 3 Media Studies - Term Three RICP 8

For the second half of the year you’ll submit a finished script for 3.8, which will gain you anot

3.2 Singing Group EMIM 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

NB: The code for this course is 45DRAb (45DRA is filmed scenes) 45DRAa is a Learner-led class.

6Social Studies (3.2) PETB 6

Students to undertake Social Inquiry.

Comics And The Heroes Who Read Them ROBM 4, 5

In the 19th century a new medium came into existence... Comics!

Ko Te Ako Ki Te Whakarongo MART 6, 8

Kia mate a Ururoa! kei mate Tarakihi!

Statistics ALIS 5

Statistics which is the study of data - how to collect, summarise and draw conclusions from it.

Do You Speak Algebra? NIKS 4

Did you know that algebra is a language that helps solve real-world problems through maths?

Design, Make and Innovate Term 3.2 JARG 6

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

Drop the base: quantitative titrations ZACW 7

We will finish Term 3 by learning how to perform titrations, an important technique to quantify s

STATISTICAL INFERENCE LOUW 7

STATISTICAL INFERENCE

Advanced Mandarin Language and Culture Class MLA 4, 5

Design and Innovate 3.2 - Design Realisation JARG 7, 8

Individualised Designing or Manufacturing learning projects.

NCEA English Taster! BetM 5

To join this class, students must have an e-Asttle result of AT LEAST 4A.

Do you speak algebra? JOHS 4

Did you know that you can use algebra to solve real-world problems through maths?

The carbon cycle ZACW 5, 6

Carbon is a key ingredient for life on Earth.

Calculus DERT 8

Finish Complex Numbers then maybe do an internal (conics or linear).

Measurement and Fractions STEH 4

Our Geometry work is gradually morphing into measurement.

Trial by Jury ALLH 8

What are you rights when arrested? Why do juries sometimes get it wrong?

Maniacal Mechanics GREO 6

This course will continue to work toward achieving the external Science standard for (conventiona

Electromagnetism - continued FLOM 7

This is going to be a busy term!

Independent English GEOM 5

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

How fast? How strong? Let’s figure it out. (continued) FLOM 6

The core component of Physics: MECHANICS!

Yellow
LA Levels
3.2 Level 3 Literacy LIBB 3

This course is a continuation of the work begun in Term 1 and 2, where students learn about the l

Intro in Graphs ALIS 4

We will be covering
-Coordinates on maps and the x and y axes

Ao Tawhiti Reality TV LAUB 4

Join Laura and Stephanie as they explore reality tv.

Isaac Asimov GEOM 6

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

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

Now that the practice exams are out of our way, we will investigate a cool area of chemistry: org

Climate ch-ch-changes (Level 4) ZACW 4

We will examine both the science and social science issues surrounding climate change.

Turn It Up! ROBM 8

This course is going to examine how sound in used across a range of media.

Clone of Text Analysis JOB 4, 5

Note: Text at 4/5 level contain language and themes not suitable for younger students.

Practical chemistry investigation ZACW 6

We will carry out various practical chemistry experiments wherein we'll collect, process, and gra

I’ll show you what I think! BREB 6

Following on from our exploration of Government and the presentation of information to the public

Volleyball or 'Can you dig it?' or 'You just got served!' or 'Welcome to the Block Party!' STEH 4, 5

We will travel to Bishopdale Y.M.C.A.

Stop Go Animation! (Continued) STEH 4

As we move into looking into Viewing and Presenting in literacy, I am excited to offer a class fo

Probability Level 2 INOK 7

In this course we will expand on the level 1 Probability including several techniques such as Ven

Calculus DERT 8

Complex Numbers. Once finished we will start studying for externals.

3.2 Business Studies and Enterprise GEOM 6, 7, 8

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

Continuation of Navigation, snow and assessments MATP 7

This is a whole term course.

Psychology ALLH 8

Learning and Thinking. Thinking about taking psychology further?

MAKING MUSIC: NCEA LEVEL ONE MATD 6

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

Unlocking Your Hidden Artist RICP 5

This course is targeted towards students who are operating at the higher end of the Level Five cu

GAME MAKER (board game design and make - continued) JARG 5

This course builds on knowledge developed through 3.1 where students learned how to use software

Product Design and Make - Lighting JARG 5, 6

This course will provide learning opportunities for students to develop digital 3D modelling tech

3.2 Visual Artists as Entrepreneurs 2017 HOLR 8

The pre-requisite for this course is you have attended and 3.1 of Artist as Entrepreneurs.

Measurement and Geometry MEGW 5

You will learn to name the characteristics of shapes and describe position and movement of shapes

Visual Language to Moving Image MART 4, 5

We are going to look at Visual Language.

Election 2017 KATA 4, 5

With the election at the end of term, now is the perfect time to look at how New Zealand's govern

ALGEBRA LOUW 6

We will continue to study Algebra which covers the following topics -

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

Do music for NCEA credits!

Clone of Spaghetti & 6 Shooters ROBM 6

Do you know what a Spaghetti Western is?

No?

Great!

I’ll show you what I think! BREB 6

Following on from our exploration of Government and the presentation of information to the public

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

We will focus on organic chemistry - ­no, not the study of organic foods, but the study of carbon

Food and digestion ALIS 5

In this block we will learn about nutrients like Carbohydrates, Proteins, Lipids, but also Vitami

4LITc - Delving into Digital Design BetM 4

This is a continuation of the Becoming a Film Critic course that was run in 3.1.

Kicking a large yellow fluffy ball around in the gym. IANH 4, 5

This block we want to bring our football skills inside and try a bit of indoor football.

Tuākana - Ka hoki mai a Marz MART 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

This term students will be given more opportunities to write, read, listen and speak Māori words

Can you Convince me yet? STEH 3, 4

Can you write compelling argument that will convince me of your point of view?

Clone of Ko Tōku Ao Reo MART 6, 7, 8

He poturi haere te mau o te reo ara, a, ka mahi ngawari mātou.

3.2 Play - NCEA Production EMIM 6, 7, 8

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

3.2 7/8 Art HOLR 7, 8

Term three - this course is for the whole year and started in term one.

Clone of Steal like an artist- Writing Workshop LAUB 5

Students will study different styles of creative texts in order to understand how and why the aut

Level One English - End Term Three RICP 6

This term we'll focus on the art of persuasion and arguing.

Your Choice ROBM 5

This course will be driven by a challenge that you set to yourself.

More Spaghetti & 6 Shooters ROBM 6

Now that you know what a Spaghetti Western is AND why they're awesome - let's work on creating so

Thinking About Film MEGW 4, 5

Film buff or not, you'll get heaps out of this course.

Calculus DERT 8

Complex Numbers. Once finished we will start studying for externals.

Statistical Inference INOK 8

We will finish Probability distributions and start on Statistical inference.

78 Social Studies PETB 7, 8

Students will undertake a social inquiry by conducting a reflective inquiry into the ways in wh

3.2 Film Studies and Project Based English GEOM 5, 6, 7

Film Studies explores the many aspects of films from the technical to the

ALGEBRA contd. LOUW 6

We will continue to study Algebra which covers the following topics -

A little bit of this and a little bit of that. KAYH 3, 4

This course will involve workshops requested by students.

The Art of Persuasion: Vote for Us (3.2) KATA 5

What are the elements of a good advertisement? What are you trying to "sell"?

Navigation PETB 7

Learn use a map and compass effectively

Biological Validity: Protection or Poisoning - Who is right about 1080? MATW 7

Media bombard us with information on a daily basis, a lot of it is biological and sometimes it is

Psychology ALLH 8

Learning-including operant conditioning

Out of Africa, the Mediterranean, Europe and Beyond:Colonisation KATA 5

You asked for a history focus this block so we'll look into the process of colonisation.

Advanced Design, Make and Innovate - Term 3.2 JARG 7, 8

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

Calculus DERT 8

Finish Complex Numbers then maybe do an internal (conics or linear).

Finish Electromag - Flight or another context GREO 7

We'll finish our work on Electromagnetism and then get into an internal.

Badminton STEH 4

This is a continuation of the Badminton class from 3.1.

Rebootilization Major Production RHEW 6, 7, 8

“With the General on his way, hundreds of characters, dozens of stories still to restore, all I k

Genre Study: HORROR BRAF 3, 4

This course is for fans of horror, and for those who imagine that horror would be a good genre to

Business Studies and Enterprise GEOM 7, 8

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

STATISTICS / PROBABILITY LOUW 4, 5

STATISTICS – we will finish studying Statistics and then move on to Probability.

SENIOR NUMERACY LOUW 6

This course is for Year 12 and Year 13 students who need Numeracy credits to gain Level 1.

Level 1 English - Writing (continued) RICP 6

To finish the term, we'll complete our creative writing assessments, then move on to formal writi

Continuation of: What would your business look like? KelB 4

After looking at and analysing a variety of buildings and businesses in the city in 3.1, you'll d

3.2 Level Three - Art making towards folio completion HOLR 8

Pre requisite of this course is to have completed term one and two of the level three art program

Leadership and coaching SARO 7, 8

Have you ever had a coach/teacher/leader that got the best out of you?

Spectroscopy ZACW 8

This fun unit introduces us to spectroscopy, the study of the way electromagnetic radiation inter

Steal like an artist- Writing Workshop LAUB 5

Students will study different styles of creative texts in order to understand how and why the aut

Level Two English - Writing based on a studied text RICP 7

In this course, we’ll continue using the novel 'Annihilation' by Jeff VanderMeer to plan, draft a

Motors and Machines Continued 3.2 JARG 3, 4

Learn how motors and machines work through this hands on course.

The language of film, Part 2 MEGT 6

This course is a continuation of the film study begun in 3.1.

Much 3.2 About Comedy BRAF 5

We are presenting comic sketches based on our study of an adaptation of Shakespeare's 'Much Ado A

Globalisation ALLH 8

Sociology has a lot to say about Globalisation. Is it good or not so good?

3.2 foundation art - printmaking HOLR 4, 5

Continue to learn some ancient and totally now printmaking processes and make a series of prints

3.2 Level Two - Art making towards folio completion HOLR 7

Pre requisite of this course is to have completed term one and two of the level two art program.

Green
LA Levels
The climate is a-changin' (Level 5) KATA 5

Come be a part of a special, new course at Ao Tawhiti!

Shapes and Angles INOK 4, 5

We'll be looking at how shapes and angles are used in Mathematics, including a quick overview of

Digital Technology DERT 6, 7, 8

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

Level 3 Media Studies - Making 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

We'll Change it Up (3.2) KATA 6

Poverty. Hunger. Homelessness. Racism. Homophobia. Climate Change.

Elect to do Electricity 2 GREO 7

This course carries on from 3.1

Sociology of Sport case study Rio Olympics 2016 2 EMMB 7, 8

The same context is covered in both classes at Level 2 the pitch is at Rio Olympics 2016

Do You Have The Write Stuff? ROBM 4

THIS IS A CREATIVE WRITING CLASS

Clone of Putting things right again JOB 1

Relationships, we all have them in one form or another.They are complex and idiosyncratic, and at

3/4 Art : Painting Techniques and Colour Investigation ROSM 3, 4

Painting and Colour Investigation

Philosophy - Analyze a religious text BRES 7, 8

This block we apply philosophy to a historical-critical analysis of a religious text.

Media and Film Studies - Beginner NCEA RICP 6, 7

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

Tidy Up! ROBM 8

This block is about preparing for exams, finishing up any assessments that are hanging on.

Basketball STEH 5

I'm hopeful that Ara will start taking bookings again soon and we will be able to get back there

Sparks fly - Electricity INOK 4, 5

Investigating the role of electricity in our lives including electric circuits, static electricit

I love to read... LIBB 5

Spend some time reading and discussing books we love, are currently reading or want to read.

How fast? How strong? ALIS 6

We will be working toward our two internals that we have left to study.

ReMake Part 2 JARG 5

Now you have completed a successful project you can use the skills and knowledge you have learned

SEA - the oceans MATP 6, 7, 8

How are energy and matter transferred into, around and out of our planet's oceans?

3.2 English: Film Studies GEOM 6

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

Philosophy of Videogames BRES 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

What is a game? What makes a game fun?

Kapa Haka Mo Ake Tonu 2020 MART 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

'Kapa Haka Forever' is to start building up our Kapa Haka from Year 1 to Year 13 here at Ao Tawhi

Continuation of Indoor Sports STEH 3, 4

We will travel to Howzatt Indoor Sports for a variety of skill development sessions in Netball, F

The Boy in The Striped Pyjamas - film study BetM 3, 4

This course is a taster of how you would unpack a film, looking at character, setting and theme.

Adaptations, Digestion, Introduced Species and Performance Enhancing Drugs Part 2 MATW 6, 7

This course will run over 10 weeks and include the opportunity for 3 assessments: 2 internals and

A Lost and Found Place Rehearsals - Rheanna Time MART 6, 7, 8

Rehearsals are now on for Ao Tawhiti's 2018 Major Production of A Lost and Found Place .

Designing with electronics JARG 3, 4

Learn basic electronics.

ALGEBRA LOUW 6

We will continue to study Algebra which covers the following topics -

Philosophy of Mind BRES 7, 8

CONTINUES FROM 3.1. NO NEW ENROLMENTS PLEASE!

Anatomy, Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology continued... SARA 6

This course is a continuation from 3.1.

Algebra level 1 DERT 6

For the whole of term 3 we will be studying towards the external algebra paper.

3.2 Integrated Studies 2 GEOM 7, 8

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

Ok Mr. scientist .... you said what now? BREB 8

The media tells us everything and nothing at the same time. Often blinding us with science.

How to Adult KIRM 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

A co-constructed course focusing on what you would like to learn to gain confidence and adult ski

Crazy Cool Chemistry ZACW 5

Let's put on our lab coats and explore the awesome world of chemistry!

How did we evolve? FLOM 4, 5

This course is complementary to the cells biology course offered earlier this year.

3.2 Traitor & The Thief (Novel) + WRITING EMIM 5

Our English class looks like this:

How music really works... MATD 4, 5

In this course we will be building on the 'song-writing' course we developed last term, with a de

Sociology ALLH 8

Globalisation-failures in social controll

The Science of Liquids MATW 4

This Level 4 Science class will contain three separate parts:

3.2 Ceramics HOLR 4, 5

This course is a continuation for students entered in 3.1 ceramics.

Table, Equations and Graphs ALIS 6

We will work on the topic on relations between tables, equations and graphs which leads to an ex

Philosophy - Analyze a religious text BRES 7, 8

NO NEW ENROLMENTS.

Statistics - Time Series DERT 8

Time series is a series of graphical techniques used to predict the future based on trends from t

78 Physical Education KelB 7, 8

This course will run for all of term 3 and will focus on leadership strategies (7PE) and contempo

Major Production is THIS BLOCK!!!!!! MART 6, 7, 8

Ao Tawhiti's 2017 Major Production 'Rebootilization'.

Probability INOK 7

We will finish Calculus and start Probability.

Me Ako Tonu MART 1, 2, 3

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

Exam Prep MEGW 8

This class will focus on preparing for the level three English external exams.

Gravity and Medical Physics GREO 8

This block we'll watch and analyse the movie Gravity - writing a report on the accuracy (or lack

Electric Vehicles - Evolocity JARG 4, 5

This course provides students with the opportunity to design and make awesome and efficient moto

Music Mastery 4 MATD 4, 5

In this course we will be looking at a wide range of skills to enhance your musical experience; i

Clone of Anatomy, Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology Part 1 KelB 6

This course will run for the whole of term 3 and the beginning or term 4.

PRACTICAL.. EMMB 7, 8

Level 2 have the options of a few practicals to pick - trampolining, squash and duathlon.

Human Evolution MATW 8

We will first look at primate evolution and then focus on the human lineage since it split from c

GRAPHS LOUW 5

This topic investigates the relationships between, patterns, tables and equations and their repre

Edgar Allen Poe-ms, Short Stories, and Essential Skills ROBM 8

This term we will continue exploring the themes of gothic literature but from a particular author

“My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die." - Fencing DEAC 4

Are you keen to experience something different. Test your reactions.

3.2 Art -Level two and level three NCEA and senior independent learners HOLR 7, 8

This is the time to start to resolve and start to complete your years study.

3.2 foundation art - printmaking HOLR 4, 5

This course best suits those who have completed 3.1 printmaking.

3.2 Film Making continued MART 6, 7, 8

Film-makers remember the 48 Hour Film Festival this year - Friday 7pm to Sunday 7pm maybe in Octo

Yes, however... (not whataboutery) ROBM 6

Whataboutism (also known as whataboutery) is a variant of the tu quoque logical fallacy that atte

Senior Production Part 2 ALIE 6, 7, 8

Term 3 means it is time for the Senior Production.

Anatomical Indoor Cricket SARB 3, 4

This block we will be looking at anatomy and biomechanics in relation to indoor cricket.

Philosophy of Space/Time BRES 5, 6

NO NEW ENROLMENTS...This continues from block 3.1.

Philosophy of Mind BRES 5, 6

NOTE: No new enrollments as the first two weeks will be dedicated to completing Democracy assignm

River life MATP 4

In this course we will examine the life to be found in and around the water in Chch.

Design and Make 3.2 - In The Workshop Continued JARG 5, 6

Designing and manufacturing a product.

Devising Storm in a Tea Cup SARH 4

What would happen if Alice collided with Dorothy? WONDEROZ?

Project English GEOM 6

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

Number and more number KAYH 3, 4

We will focus on Number again this block.

Exploring Music MATD 4

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

Flights of Fancy, Mobile Sculptures ROSM 4, 5, 6, 7

This course gives you an opportunity to make a mobile (suspended/hanging) sculpture out of lightw

Atmosphere - AT it again... LAUB 6, 7, 8

NCEA assessment focus: Connections across texts, Level 1 4 credits, Level 2 4 credits.

Cafe Economics GEOM 6

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

Blue
LA Levels
It was a Dark and Stormy Night... ROBM 6

We began an investigation into short stories with the express purpose of preparing for the exams.

JAZZ BAND TERM 3 MATD 7, 8

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

78English GEOM 7, 8

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

GRAPHS ALIS 5

This topic investigates the relationships between, patterns, tables and equations and their repre

Spectroscopy ZACW 8

This fun unit introduces us to spectroscopy, the study of the way electromagnetic radiation inter

Spectroscopy ZACW 8

This fun unit introduces us to spectroscopy, the study of the way electromagnetic radiation inter

3.2 Maps. LIBB 5

Are you intersted in reading maps, drawing maps and all things mappy?

EMP3 - Content/Create Phase RICP 6, 7, 8

Why on earth are you looking at a course called EMP?

The Great Ao Tawhiti Bake Off SARA 5

Are you ready to put your baking skills to the test?

Quick Rip & Turbo Touch KelB 5

Quick Rip will be run by an outside provider.

Alcohols, soaps and perfumes MATP 4

In this course we will study the basics of organic chemistry (ie.

Burn it down or blow it up! MATP 3, 4

Combustion - that most delightful of chemical processes!

Sport Sociology Ao Tawhiti Olympics EMMB 4, 5

Students will compete in their own mini Olympics and have to deal with different challenges and s

3.2 English: Film Studies GEOM 7

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

19th century physics - Electromagnetism continued GREO 7

This term we will continue with electromagnetism.

Socioscientific Issues GREO 8

We'll be working towards AS91527: Socioscientific Issue.

Philosophy of Space/Time BRES 5, 6

This continues from block 3.1.

3.2 78 English GEOM 7, 8

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

Philosophy: Ethics and Political Philosophy BRES 4, 5

Continuing from 3.1. This block we continue our exploration of ethics.

From the lab to the field MATP, KATA 3, 4

The first week of this course will be spent doing some Chemistry experiments in the lab (while se

Waikirikiri River Research KATA 6, 7

The health of the Waikirikiri / Selwyn River is the focus of this block as we go into the field w

TEC Portfolio's and Prototypes JARG 6, 7, 8

Students are now in the final stages of their design projects and will be developing their protot

Paranormal Pictures Continued ROBM 7

Following our deep dive into the creepy and suspenseful, we will work towards tying up the rest o

Clone of Animal Farm JOB 6

Animal Farm: a satirical look at totalitarianism by George Orwell.

Photography 3.2 EMIM 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

The point of difference for this 5 week block is we will make a Google Site to PUBLISH our photos

3.2 Level Three - NCEA Folio completion HOLR 8

Prerequisite for this course is to have completed 3.1.

Clone of Me Timata Ano MART 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Lessons continue...

Myths and Legends- Level 3 Literacy LAUB 2, 3

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

Advanced Research Presentation.2 RICM 8

In this unit we will design, present and review our Historical Investigations from term 2 with a

Clone of Yearbook - New Building New Home MART 6, 7, 8

Think of events to write about or articles our community would enjoy reading, then write them for

Let's talk about Sex some more! SARF 4, 5, 6

In this course you will have a choice of different topics you want to cover within sexuality educ

The Science of Forests and Wetlands MATW 5

This Level 5 Science class will contain three separate parts:

3.2 Foundation drawing and painting HOLR 4, 5

So far we have used drawing as a way of developing ideas for painting.

Waikirikiri Selwyn River Research KATA 6

Gathering data to compare the health of the Waikirikiri / Selwyn River in two locations is the fo

Tēina - Ka hoki mai a Marz MART 1, 2

We began the basics in Te Reo Māori in term one and now we continue to extend our vocabulary in t

3.2 Level Two - Folio completion HOLR 7

Prerequisite for this course is to have attended 3.1.

Gene Expression MATW 7

The teacher trainee Charlotte will be with us for this course and we will focus on the external f

History Boffins SARH 6, 7, 8

Multilevel History Class- where students choose their own topic of interest and are guided throug

Digital Technology DERT 6, 7, 8

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

Calculus INOK 7

We will continue with Calculus, the study of rates of change.

Akaroa: Sustainable Tourism? KATA 6

Our focus this block is the extent to which tourism is a sustainable use of the Akaroa Harbour en

Geographic skills CRPE 6

The purpose of this course is to prepare for an external geography exam applying geographic skill

The Legend of King Arthur and other origins of England and English BRAF 3, 4

Hail ye students of myth and legend.

Misery Repurposed ROBM 8

Those who have already been in this class will nearly be sick of Misery.

Social Studies: Report on a Social Action PETB 6, 7, 8

Social Studies internals SOS 1.5, 2.5 & 3.5

Electromagnetism - continued FLOM 8

We now have a whole new term to study a new topic: electricity and magnetism.

Anatomy, Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology Part 1 KelB 6

This course will run for the whole of term 3 and the beginning of term 4.

Law ALLH 8

Privacy and the Privacy Act.

NCEA MUSIC - Term 3 MATD 6, 7, 8

For the first time ever, this year we will be running levels 1, 2 and 3 NCEA music standards in o

Investigate biological ideas relating to interactions between humans and micro-organisms. MICV 6

In this course we will be working toward AS90950.

Tuakana Teina Whakarongo MART 1, 2, 6

Young & Old Listen

Next Level Showcase SARB 7, 8

We will be preparing all out choreography and performance dance assessments for showcase.

Ao Tawhiti Super Bowl - Flag American Football DEAC 4, 5

Gridiron is the largest and most popular sport in the USA.

Aqueous equilibria part 2 - the return of Le Chatelier ZACW 8

(Continued from 3.1) We will continue significantly expanding upon our knowledge of chemical equi

ALGEBRA contd. LOUW 6

We will continue to study Algebra which covers the following topics -

7MAT DERT 7

STATISTICAL INFERENCE

NCEA 78 English GEOM 6, 7, 8

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

The wonderous wet MATP 5

It surrounds us.
It covers the planet.
It is us.

Literacy Skills LAUB 2, 3, 4

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

Debating skills and formal debates BRAF 4

The ability to listen to opinions, and arguments put forward by others, respond to them in a stru

Talk to Write KAYH 3, 4

This course is all about knowing our story, exploring it's characters and deepening our thinking,

An Introduction to Graphs LOUW 4

This course will cover the following topics

Showcase 2018 SARM 4, 5

During this class students will continue to prepare a dance for showcase in week 6.

3.2 Ceramics HOLR 4, 5

Students best suited for this course have taken the ceramics course in blue last block.

Garage Projects (Level 4/5) JARG 4, 5

This is a project based course where students will have opportunities to use the garage resources

What are you? SARA 4, 5

Want to know what your body is made of and how it works?

Drama Llamas on Film ALIE 5

Now that you have experienced a live audience, this block is all about performances for the camer

Junior English - Visual Text Studies RICP 4, 5

We now know some things about the techniques directors use when crafting films, so we'll analyse

Philosophy of AI: Killer robots, computer slavery, human toys BRES 3, 4, 5

Continuing from 3.1.

Kohknowco Lab 3.2 RENM 4, 5

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

Who's been shuffling my jeans? BREB 7

Obviously a play on words.

Purple
LA Levels
Dance Exam Study SARM 6, 7, 8

During this block we will be studying towards level 1, 2 and 3 exams.

Algebra contd / Calculus LOUW 7

We will continue with the Algebra topic until the practice exams
THEN

Level 2 English - Writing Folio and Personal Responses to Text RICP 7

We'll use the remainder of this term to tidy up our writing folios and personal responses, before

Psychology ALLH 8

Age and stage is important.

3.2 Level 1 Visual Arts NCEA folio completion HOLR 6

This class is now extended to senior students wanting additional support with an art project, thi

NZ Cultural games.... ki o rahi SARO 4

You will participate in a range of different NZ cultural games with ki o rahi being the focus.

Psychology in Context RICP 7, 8

**ANY STUDENT ENROLLED IN THE COURSE IN 3.2 IS EXPECTED TO HAVE A PROJECT THEY ARE WORKING ON, BA

Level One English - Writing based on a Studied Text RICP 6

This term, we'll do some formal writing, as well as a close film analysis (film TBA, based on a c

Composition and performance MATD 5

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

Comic Creator BRAF 4, 5

Comic creator is about telling stories through sequential art.

Statistical Inference INOK 8

We will look at Confidence intervals and how they can be made using Bootstrapping, a relatively n

Advanced Research Presentation.2 RICM 7, 8

In this unit we will design, present and review our Historical Investigations from term 2 with a

Sociology ALLH 8

The sociology of crime and mental illness. Thinking about taking sociology further?

Probability and MCAT preparation MATW 6

We are looking at probabilities of different outcomes in chance situations and games.

GRAPHS ALIS 5

This topic investigates the relationships between, patterns, tables and equations and their repre

Advanced Research Presentation.2 RICM 6, 7, 8

In this unit we will design, present and review our Historical Investigations from term 2 with a

Practical physics investigation. MICV 6

In this course we will be working toward AS90935, "Carry out a practical physics investigation th

ElectroTEC: Introduction to Microcontrollers JARG 4

Learn how to make and design things that incorporate electronics components.

Yearbook: Marz is BACK!!! MART 6, 7, 8

Think of events to write about or articles our community would enjoy reading, then write them for

Clone of Ethical issues JOB 2, 3

Should euthanasia be legalised?

Basic Electronics and Design JARG 6, 7

During this course we'll learn about designing with electronics.

Badminton STEH 4, 5

Sign up to develop your Badminton skills.

Whakarongo ki ngā Ururoa ano MART 6, 7, 8

'Listen to the Sharks'

ADVANCED MUSIC 2 - (NCEA LEVEL 3) MATD 8

Do music for NCEA credits!

Aqueous equilibria part 2 - the return of Le Chatelier ZACW 8

(Continued from 3.1) We will continue significantly expanding upon our knowledge of chemical equi

Maths DERT 7

In the first class of this block we will vote on what internal assessment we will do for the bloc

Creative Academy For Theatrically Inclined Or Writerly Types (the sequel) ALIE 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

The Creative Academy exists to support two different purposes.

Waves and optics - continued FLOM 7, 8

In this term we will first study towards the waves external exam.

Digital Technology DERT 6, 7, 8

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

8 Physics Revision and Internal Catch ups GREO 8

Revision for the external exams on each of the standards:

Getting Outside (GO) 3.2 EMIM 4

Disclaimer: This is a cellphone and computer FREE course.

3.2 Visual Arts Level 1 HOLR 6

Pre requisite of this course is to have completed 3.1.

3.2 Level 4 Science -Manimals....., I mean Animals! LIBB 4

Kararehe are really interesting, there are so many different types and wonderful kinds on our pla

Level One English/Media - End Term Three RICP 6

At the end of this term, we'll be designing and making short films, based on work we've completed

The Science of Forests and Wetlands MATW 5

This Level 5 Science class will contain three separate parts:

STATISTICAL INFERENCE - continued LOUW 7

STATISTICAL INFERENCE

Research Presentation.2 RICM 6, 7

In this unit we will design, present and review our Historical Investigations from term 2 with a

Probability Distributions. DERT 8

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

3.2 Literacy and Extension English GEOM 3, 4, 5, 6

This course focuses on students who want to improve their literacy skills.

ASSESSMENT / SHOWCASE SARF 7, 8

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

3.2 Visual Arts Level 1 HOLR 5, 6

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

Atmosphere and Oceans: Understanding Weather ZACW 4

How do the oceans interact with the atmosphere? What causes our weather?

Organic chemistry - it's alkynes of fun ZACW 7

Following the practice exams, we will look more in-depth at organic chemistry concepts that we ne

Philosophy and Ethics BRES 4, 5

Socrates: Where do you go to become knowledgeable about the physical world?

Digital Technology DERT 6, 7, 8

This course is for students with a passion or interest in all things Digital Technology (programm

ALGEBRA contd. LOUW 6

We will continue to study Algebra which covers the following topics -

MCAT GREO 6

This term we'll continue to work towards the MCAT later this term.

We'll study:

Statistical Inference / Probability LOUW 7

We will finish the Statistical Inference topic and then start Probability Methods This topic is

Advanced Research Presentation.2 RICM 8

In this unit we will design, present and review our Historical Investigations from term 2 with a

Biophysical elements of Physical Education EMMB 6

This covers basic anatomy, biomechanics and exercise physiology.

Level’s 2 and 3 Let’s work with others for a sustainable future KATA 7, 8

With two blocks left to the end of the year for seniors, we will look at your needs and interests

Showcase 2018 SARM 6

During this block we will be finalising our pieces for Showcase (week 6) and then finishing off a

3.2 Level 1 Visual Arts NCEA folio completion HOLR 6, 7, 8

This class is now extended to senior students wanting additional support with an art project, thi

Self Directed Music! MATD 3, 4, 5

If you have dreams of playing in a band, lerning an instrument, writing a song or recording an al

Inventors Unlimited JARG 3, 4

This series of workshops supports students to design, develop and create their own inventions, or

Creating with Digital Technologies - not a free time Gaming course! IANH 4, 5

Come plan, design and create Digital projects that meet the needs of people in your world.

Lets Get Active EMMB 6

Here you complete a variety of activities, all chosen by the students for example paintball, croq

Evolocity JARG 3, 4

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

Philosophy - Philosophy of Mind BRES 7, 8

= No new enrollments =

Continuation of physical principals, extreme organisms and ESS investigations MATP 7, 8

L2 students will continue learning about ESS physical processes and investigating how organisms c

Writing Folios BRAF 6

In this course students will complete either or both of these internals.

Orange
LA Levels
Fair Go Ad Awards - Sell the 70s MART 6

If you like avoiding Ads on television maybe this is NOT the course for you.

Nature's Child BRAF 4, 5

On this course we will explore how nature has been an inspiration for music.

Calculus DERT 8

Finish Complex Numbers then maybe do an internal (conics or linear).

Kohknowco Lab 3.2 RENM 4, 5

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

Ok Mr. scientist .... you said what now? BREB 8

The media tells us everything and nothing at the same time. Often blinding us with science.

ALGEBRA contd / CALCULUS LOUW 7

We will continue with the Algebra topic until the practice exams

Algebra level 1 DERT 6

For the whole of term 3 we will be studying towards the external algebra paper.

Law ALLH 8

Privacy and the Privacy Act. Thinking about taking law further?

Sustainability Films and Actions KATA 6, 7

This class is working at levels one and two of the NCEA curriculum as follows:

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

At this stage, students should have completed designs and scripts for a film they wish to create.

Philosophy: Thought Adventures pt2 BRES 4

Continued from 3.1. We are following our thought experiment where it is leading us.

Senior Biology - Human Evolution & Genetic Variation MATW 7, 8

This class will combine Level 7 & 8 Biology.

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

(continued from Term 3.1)

Research Presentation.2 RICM 6, 7

In this unit we will design, present and review our Historical Investigations from term 2 with a

Digestion MATW 6, 7

How is food consumed by different types of mammals?

Practical chemistry investigation (continued) ZACW 6

We will carry out various practical chemistry experiments wherein we'll collect, process, and gra

Being Frank about Europe PETB 4, 5

Honestly! How can people who were such enemies a hundred years ago be such good friends.

The Finish Line! ROBM 8

This block is about preparing for exams, finishing up any assessments that are hanging on.

3.2 Extension English GEOM 6

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

Our Aotearoa SARM 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

This term we will be finishing off things that were put on hold from term 2, due to COVID-19.

How fast? How strong? Let’s figure it out. (continued) FLOM 6

The core component of Physics: MECHANICS!

How fast? How strong? Let’s figure it out. FLOM 4, 5

The core component of Physics: MECHANICS!

English in the Kitchen KATA 3, 4

This course continues from 3.1 and uses cooking as a context for learning English.

Who's been shuffling my jeans? BREB 7

Obviously a play on words.

Showcase! SARF 3, 4, 5

Learn how to choreograph and prepare your own choreography for our dance showcase later in term 3

The Art Of Speaking - Part II STEM 7, 8

Many of us fear public speaking. Simply the idea of giving a speech may give you nightmares.

The Great Ao Tawhiti Bake Off - cont'd KAYH 4

We have had so much fun we will continue on with a baking focus and see where it takes us.

The SDL music project: term 3 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

Geographic Skills - Exam time CRPE 7, 8

The purpose of this course is to prepare students for the end of year Geography Examination based

3.2 Foundation Printmaking HOLR 4, 5

Prerequisite for this course is to have attended 3.1.

Probability distributions and Statistical inference. INOK 8

We hope to finish probability distributions in this block and then work on statistical inference.

Level Two Media Studies - Term Three RICP 7

This term, we'll finish our plan for a short film (started in Term Two), at the same time as taki

Are you a leader? How does your group function? SARA 7, 8

This course is a continuation from Term 3.1.

Light waves, colour & rays GREO 5

We'll investigate how light behaves and how we can predict its behaviour when reflected from and

Short Films Study ROBM 4

We will watch a range of short films and use the skills we have honed throughout the year to help

3.2 Business Studies GEOM 6, 7, 8

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

Theatre Design Fo' Real (Double Down) ALIE 5, 6, 7, 8

During 3.1 and 3.2 this class will serve as the platform for you to roll your sleeves up and work

Do-Gooders: Making the world a better place KIRM 6, 7, 8

Feeling motivated to make a difference but don't know where to start?

Research Presentation.2 RICM 6, 7

In this unit we will design, present and review our Historical Investigations from term 2 with a

Business Studies and Enterprise GEOM 6, 7, 8

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

Exam Prep MEGW 7

This class will focus on preparing for the level 2 English external exams.

Who's going to be in charge here? MICV 4

In this course we will be investigating the NZ election.

Showcase SARB 5, 6

Prepare your choreography for our dance showcase.

Health Promotion SARM 5

During this block we will be looking at promoting health (using the Hauora model - physical, spir

48 Hours Film Competition TIME!!! THIS BLOCK!!! MART 6, 7, 8

The time has arrived, SQUAD UP! Get your filmmaking team together!

Jazz Band Term 3 MATD 5

This course will continue our holistic exploration of the world of Jazz music; playing, studying

5ENG - Extension English RICP 5

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

Prejudice and Short Stories ROBM 6

In this course we will continue to explore how and why societies oppress certain groups of people

3.2 Foundation Printmaking HOLR 4, 5

This course best suits those who have completed 3.1 printmaking.

Philosophy - Analyze a religious text BRES 7, 8

NO NEW ENROLMENTS.

Team games SARO 5

What roles are involved in a team?

Other
LA Levels
Garage Projects JARG 6, 7, 8

code 678TEC in line 86 (orange)

Make and Create 3, 4

This workshop offers students the opportunity to design and make small furniture and products in

Literacy Skills LAUB 2, 3, 4

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

Hey there, hoter stuff.... MATP 5, 6

Having looked at ways to get warm and keep warm in 3.1, in this block we will examine how theorie

What are you? MATP 4, 5

People are fascinating things.
But what are we made of?