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4.1 Courses
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External Preparation Level 3 Biology MATW 8

We will prepare for the 3 externals, including a preliminary exam on Human Evolution.

DANCE SARB 5, 6, 7, 8

This block we will be working on group dances and/or a site dance - an area in the university.

Calculus DERT 8

Term 4 is all about studying for exams.

Case study of sustainable initiatives BREB 7

In term four we prepare ourselves for the external by looking at the key concepts we have learned

Number and Algebra Revision MATW 4, 5

We will spend 3 weeks revising key ideas about numbers and algebra that you need in order to adva

JUNIOR PRODUCTION CAST ONLY! STEM 5, 6

If you’re in junior production (already cast) then please join this class!

Maths - Individual Learning Goals MATW 6

In this course - I will support you on reaching your Maths goal for 2020.

7/8 Photography Folio Finishing ROSM 7, 8

During Term Three we will have focussed on the development of ideas and imagery for Panel Two and

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

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

Riveting Revision! MICV 5

This block we will revise the material that we have covered during the year as we gear up for our

Studying for Health REBF 6, 7

During the next four weeks we will be focussed on the upcoming external/s, which are:

Design, Make and Innovate Term 4.1 JARG 6

Design, Make and Innovate in term four provides support for students to complete design work that

Level 4 Number - what is left? KAYH 4

This course will be mainly focussed on Number.

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

This can be for any year level, in fact that would be better. Smiles.

Comics And The Heroes Who Read Them Continued ROBM 4, 5

Welcome back!

The Connections Project 3, 4

UPT Connections Project:

NCEA English Taster Cont. BetM 5

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

4.1 Level 3 Mathematics LIBB 3

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

STATISTICS - contd LOUW 6

We will continue with MULTIVARIATE DATA started at the end of 3.2. ( NO NEW STUDENTS )

Chances are... DUNW 5

In this course we will study the science of chance: Probability!

Calculus DERT 8

Revision for exams!

78 Science - the final countdown! MATP 7, 8

With 4 weeks to go, it's time to complete any unfinished internals, attempt reassessments and/ or

Travel GEOM 3, 4

A study of people, places and culture.

6 Social Studies PETB 6

The course will primarily focus on providing external exam preparation during Term Four.

Maths with Derek DERT 6

Study for Externals.

Science Revision GREO 6

Revision for all the Level 1 Science Standards - Mechanics, Acids and Bases and Genetics.

Fitness - through individual activity and team sports CRPE 4

This course is about personal challenge, personal responsibility and fitness.

2020 Revision STEH 4, 5

This course is designed for students to reflect on their progress through 2020 and to decide thei

Anatomy, Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology SARA 6

This course is a continuation from last term

Equations, Tables and Graphs INOK 6

We will continue to work on the topic on relations between tables, equations and graphs which lea

Music MATD 4
Level 2 NCEA external assessment preparation ZACW 7

The last term has arrived and with it the external exams are now knocking on our door.

Level 3 Media Studies - Term Four RICP 8

For the few weeks remaining of this term, you'll finish editing your films for 3.6 (which you sta

Nightmare Numbers GREO 6

This class is intended for the Year 10 students who studied the number topic with me at the start

GEOMETRY LOUW 5

This is the branch of maths that deals with lines, shape and space.

Are you ready for the science externals? FLOM 6

The last term has arrived and it is now time to prepare for the external exams.

Fossil fuels: What are the consequences? ZACW 5, 6

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

Chinese NANC 3, 4

With native language instructors supplied from the Confucius Institute at the University of Cante

6MAT DUNW 6

In this course (which continues from work started in 3.2) students will learn how to apply multiv

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

Psychology ALLH 8

Learning, thinking and problem solving

Problems? Try math! ZACW 6

Maths is incredibly useful for solving tricky real-world problems quickly.

DISASTER!!! MATP 4, 5

Chose your doom....

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

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

What have we learnt this year? NIKS 4

Despite the break in our school year with being at home for lockdown, we have actually worked on

Design and Innovate 4.1 JARG 7, 8

Individualised Designing or Manufacturing learning projects.

GEOMETRY ALIS 5

This is the branch of maths that deals with lines, shape and space.

Maths problem solving with pen and paper INOK 4, 5

We will look at solving Maths problems using only pen and paper.

4.1 Visual Artists as Entrepreneurs HOLR 8

Your self directed projects for this year will be concluding at the end of this block.

Independent English GEOM 5

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

Rubble to Revival FRAM 7

Well, you’ve finished all of your internals.

Clone of Social Responsibility and Influences on Participation in Physical Activity SARA 7, 8

Level 2: Social Responsibility

STATISTICAL INFERENCE - continued LOUW 7

STATISTICAL INFERENCE

Level 4 Number - what's left is not right MATP 4

This course will be mainly focussed on Number - basic facts, fractions, percentages and other suc

EVERYDAY I HAVE THE BLUES... MATD 3, 4

Learn about the roots of rock, jazz and modern pop music in this in-depth hands-on exploration in

Evidence ALLH 8

Can you prove it? What is hearsay

Chances are... DUNW 4, 5

In this course we will study the science of chance: Probability!

outdoor games ALIS 4

This class will be about playing different types of games outdoors.

4.1 8English GEOM 8

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

Philosophy of Videogames BRES 3, 4

What is a game? What makes a game fun?

Number - design your own course using Maths Buddy KAYH 3, 4

In this course students can figure out what they need to learn and then follow their own pathway.

It's Our Future: Film Completion KATA 6

This course is a continuation of our study from Term 3.

Shakespeare exam revision and final assessments LAUB 6, 7

We'll use the Shakespeare we have studied and a number of other texts to look for similarities, d

Tables Equations and Graphs LOUW 6

We will continue to work on the topic on relations between tables, equations and graphs which lea

Home cooked and healthy KATA 4, 5

In this four week course, we will make a variety of dishes in class with an emphasis on a balance

4MATc JOHS 4

Did you know that you can use Maths to solve real-world problems?

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

SENIOR JAZZ BAND MATD 7, 8

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

Last minute preparation FLOM 7

The last term has arrived and with it the external exams are now knocking on our door.

Revision and Annual Assessment MATP 5

Well really, who doesn't love doing tests?

Advanced Product and Furniture Design JARG 7, 8

This is the final part of this year long course where students have been developing design outcom

3/4 Maths - Beginner Algebra STEH 3, 4

This class will give students the foundation to progress onto level 4 and 5 maths where a basic k

4.1 Integrated Studies 1 GEOM 6

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

Last minute preparation for 7PHYS FLOM 7

The last term has arrived and with it the external exams are now knocking on our door.

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

Let's have a look at Measurement.

Nga Rerenga Korero MART 6

Kia mate a Ururoa! kei mate Tarakihi!

12 Angry Men MEGW 6

In this class we will study the film '12 Angry Men', analyzing it from a psychological perspectiv

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UPT DIGITAL RENM 4, 5

UPT Digital is a games, web, app, and digital artefact development class, with a primary focus on

Writing Workshop- zine fest LAUB 5

Students look at the 'zine' form and then write and create their own.

Schindler's List MEGW 6

In this class we will study Steven Spielberg's film "Schindler's List".

Looking back, moving forward MEGT 6

This block is all about revision and exam preparation.

Calculus DERT 8

Studying for exams.

statistics ALIS 4

for the three weeks we will be looking at Statistics which is the study of data - how to collect,

Touch EMMB 4, 5

Students will participate in touch and use Solo Taxonomy to enhance their critical thinking and p

4.1 Senior Drama - Exam Prep + Screen Acting EMIM 6, 7, 8

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

The Final Countdown! ZACW 8

The last term has arrived and with it the external exams are now knocking on our door.

GEOMETRY LOUW 4, 5

This is the branch of maths that deals with lines, shape and space.

Level 1 English - Speaking, or Filming RICP 6

To finish the year, students are either working towards making a short film for some media studie

The end is nigh.... MATP 6

4 weeks until finals - time to wrap up loose ends, finish any internal reassessments and get some

78 Social Studies PETB 7, 8

The course will primarily focus on providing external exam preparation during Term Four.

Ball Striking STEH 4, 5

We will head to Upper Riccarton Domain and practice our ball striking skills.

Level two and more HOLR 6, 7

4.1 is the end of this years course of study.

Flying Revision GREO 7

We'll complete the flight internal and study for the externals.

Calculus DERT 8

Term 4 is all about studying for exams.

4.1 Level 3 Literacy LIBB 3

In this Level 3 Literacy Course there will be explicit teaching of how to make a great piece of w

Relationships BRAF 4

In this course we will explore words which express relationships, usually between people, but occ

Ko ngā Akonga Tuākana MART 6

Learning to use te reo is the priority.

Story writing STEH 4, 5

This is a four week course designed to give students opportunities to write their own story.

Advanced Design, Make and Innovate - Term 4.1 JARG 7, 8

The final part of this year long course involves resolving the design work students have been com

Statistical reports INOK 8

We will be looking at the work required for the external exam Evaluating Statistical Reports.

Digital and collaborative literacies LAUB 4

Create a digital experience for others in the digital world of Nga Motu.

Because you asked for it.... JOB 4, 5

Read to write continues...

Chinese NANC 3, 4, 5

With native language instructors supplied from the Confucius Institute at the University of Cante

True Crime Mysteries ROBM 6

Are you a puzzle solving detective?

Technology Independent Projects JARG 6, 7

This is the final part of a year long course.

Psychology ALLH 8

Learning and memory. Operant and Classical conditioning.

The Final Countdown! ZACW 7

The last term has arrived and with it the external exams are now knocking on our door.

Sustainable Fashion BRAF 5

We are going to have a fashion show, taking $20 of maximum spend on a second hand item, use a lim

Reading for the Future KATA 5

How will we live and work in the future?

Product Design and Make - Lighting JARG 5, 6

This is the final part of the lighting design class - students will be developing their final pro

Student Choice GEOM 7, 8

An opportunity for students to focus on external credits for NCEA in Business Studies or to attem

Psychology Topics ALLH 8

At this stage of the year we can study topics we choose as a group. There is no NCEA.

Trigonometry MEGW 5

An introduction to trigonometry.

Home and Away ROBM 5

These 3 weeks will be spent exploring some literature and visual texts from New Zealand and aroun

Music MATD 4
L2 Biology revision n exam practice MIRD 7

Get ready for exams - learn how to summarise your knowledge, read exam questions and then answer

Level 1 NCEA external assessment preparation (AS90944) ZACW 6

This course is intended for students who are writing the Level 1 Science external assessment AS90

Loose ends and odds and sods. BREB 6

In this block we will look at the concepts we have learned in relation to the big picture.

The nature of science ALIS 5

Through this unit we will look at how exactly we know what we know.

What influences you to participate in physical activity? SARO 7, 8

Level 7: Social Responsibility

TABLES, EQUATIONS and GRAPHS LOUW 6

In this block we will be completing the topic on linear, quadratic and exponential graphs.

Level 2 NCEA external assessment preparation ZACW 7

The last term has arrived and with it the external exams are now knocking on our door.

53D JARG 5

Develop your 3D modelling and design skills in this short 3 week taster course.

Multi-Day Tramping PETB 7, 8

This course will involve a three days trip, and will develop skills and knowledge in tramping, fl

Clone of The Hunchback of Notre-Dame - Junior Production MART 5, 8

We are off to ...... Paris to meet 'Quasimodo'

Business Studies and Enterprise GEOM 7, 8

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

Plant and animal evolution in New Zealand ZACW 4

We will investigate the theory of evolution.

Junior Production BLAS 3, 4, 5

Weeeeeeeelcome, ladies and gents!

External and Internal Wrap-Up ROBM 8

This block is going to be used entirely for exam prep strategies, skills, and opportunities to co

Clone of Probability Level 2 INOK 7

We will continue with Probability.

Ko te Ao Tawhito - Tikanga mai rā no MART 6, 7, 8

Ko te Ao Tawhito - The Old World.
Tikanga mai rā no - Culture from days gone by.

Richard's 789 English (3.2 and 4.1) 4, 5

During this course, we'll examine a few fundamentals of analysing poetry (language features such

Becoming a Writer GEOM 6

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

Level One English - Term Four RICP 6

We'll devote this term to studying some unfamiliar texts (poetry, short stories and articles), wh

4.1 Business Studies and Enterprise GEOM 6, 7, 8

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

Level one folio and inquiry into next year HOLR 6

For those wanting to attempt level two art next year this is a good place to start.

TABLES, EQUATIONS and GRAPHS LOUW 6

In this block we will be completing the topic on linear, quadratic and exponential graphs.

SENIOR NUMERACY LOUW 6

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

The Magic of Words!! KelB 4

During 4.1 we'll do a variety of activities together.

4.1 foundation art - printmaking HOLR 4, 5

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

Why People Love Books BetM 4

Books are awesome.

Level Two English - Final Stuff RICP 7

We'll use the few weeks remaining in this term to finish off any internal assessments we've start

It's the final countdown (8PHYS) FLOM 8

The last term has arrived and with it the external exams are now knocking on our door.

Sports Smorgasboard IANH 4, 5

Seeing as we only have 6 sessions of PE in this block I thought it would be a good idea to just h

Storytelling and Presenting Visually MART 3, 4, 5

Visual language surrounds us everyday on televisions, computers, phones, ipads and big movie scre

Softball STEH 5

These classes will happen at Riccarton Park.

4.1 Level Two - Art making towards folio completion HOLR 7

Final NCEA folio submission date is Friday 26 October 2018 3pm in the art room.

Financial Capability KAYH 3, 4

We will look at what we need to know about money.

The course will include:

Roald Dahl MEGW 4, 5

In this course we will study books and film adaptations of Roald Dahl

Level three folio and scholarship HOLR 8

Students will be completing their level three folios and scholarship workbooks

Sailing MATP 7

Learn to sail!
We will use external tutors for this introductory sailing course.

Globalisatin ALLH 8

The sociology of global issues including economic collapse, crime and terrorism

4.1 Level Three - Art making towards folio completion HOLR 8

Final NCEA folio submission date is Monday 5 November 2018. This date is not negotiable.

Geography and Sustainability - Advanced 7, 8

Geographic skills, concepts, understandings, applications, large natural environments, difference

MAKING MUSIC: NCEA LEVEL ONE MATD 6

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

5Mat INOK 5

We will be doing some Geometry, involving angle properties of intersecting and parallel lines and

Calculus DERT 8

Studying for exams.

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

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

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

What becomes of the bully? JOB 4, 5

"In many ways the Fat Man was a small man" The Fat Man by Maurice Gee is a psychological thriller

Multi-Day Tramping MATP 7, 8

This course will involve a three-day trip, and will develop skills and knowledge in tramping, flo

In the news KATA 5

With a short block, we'll investigate a story of interest to us in the news each week through a d

3/4 English - Writing response STEH 3, 4

In this class we will be reading pieces of interesting text, making sense of the texts and writin

4.1 Visual Artists as Entrepreneurs 2017 HOLR 8

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

Loose ends and odds and sods. BREB 6

In this block we will look at the concepts we have learned in relation to the big picture.

Multi-Day Tramping PETB 7, 8

This course will involve a three-day trip, and will develop skills and knowledge in tramping, flo

External Preparation Level 2 Biology MATW 7

We will be preparing for 2 externals in Biology (or 3 if you chose to do 3).

Junior Production MART 4, 5

The JUNIOR PRODUCtiON has it's turn now. We are off to Arabia with "ALADDIN".

Tables Equations and Graphs LOUW 6

We will continue to work on the topic on relations between tables, equations and graphs which lea

Working with Wood JARG 3, 4

Learn woodworking and design skills as you make your own products and items.

Samoa, Pompeii, Texas: the causes and effects of natural events KATA 4, 5

In this four week course, expect to be taken on a whirlwind tour of Samoa, the Bay of Naples and

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

Do music for NCEA credits!

How To Novel RICP 5, 6

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

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Te Wharenui me Nga Toi Maori MART 4, 5

The Wharenui and the Maori Arts

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

4.1 is a short (3 week) continuation of this course which will enable existing students to finis

Te Reo Tuturu MART 3, 4

Nau Mai Haere Mai

Anatomy, Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology Part 2 KelB 6

Continuation from term 3.

3D Modelling and Printing JARG 3, 4

This course will support students to develop their understanding of how to use Fusion 360 to crea

Medical Physics and Revision GREO 8

This extremely small half term we'll be revising for the three externals.

Digital Technology DERT 6, 7, 8

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

Beautiful you and making more HOLR 4, 5

This course is for those who wish to continue along a line of inquiring developing their art maki

Statistics DERT 8

Study for exams.

3D Modelling and Printing JARG 4

This course will support students to develop their understanding of how to use Fusion 360 to crea

Exam Prep RICM 7, 8

In this course students will prepare for external exam in History (91231 for Level 2 and 91436 fo

Philosophy: Various Topics BRES 5, 6

For the three weeks prior to exams, this course will be student driven.

Level three and more HOLR 7, 8

4.1 is the end of this years course of study.

Ecology in NZ ZACW 5

What makes an ecosystem sustainable?

Aroha term 4 BRAF 4, 5

This course is close to full. Please discuss with Braden. .

Clone of “Gift of Obedience” - Junior Production MART 5, 8

We are off to ...... Frell to meet 'Ella'

photography using a cellphone camera HOLR 4, 5

To do this course you have to have access to colour printing using the school photocopy/printers

Probability INOK 7

We will be finishing the Probability paper, spending most time on the Normal Distribution.

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

Practical Philosophy BRES 7, 8

Practical Philosophy: How can I live a good life?

The end is nigh.... MATP 6

4 weeks until finals - time to wrap up loose ends, finish any internal reassessments and get some

The Science of Energy MATW 4

In this course we will look at different types of energy and how we can produce electricity to po

78 Physical Education KelB 7, 8

Level 7: Stay Afloat

Summer Sports STEH 3, 4

We will head to Upper Riccarton Park and develop our skills in a variety of Summer Sports.

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

In preparation for externals we will complete practise exams using our knowledge gathered through

EarthEd 6

Volcanoes! Tsunami! Earthquakes! Population! Migration! Maps! Graphs! Photographs! Cartoons!

Sociology ALLH 8

Sociology of Knowledge.

Yoga and wellness STEH 5

This course differs from previous PE classes offered by Steve and Craig - there will be not be an

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

You need to take this class IF you've been in it since 3.1 OR you've happy to catch up reading 'T

Art and About - Responding to Art on campus and in the city KIRM 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

The weather is sunny, the city is rebuilding, and there are some great exhibitions on at the mome

Review/Exam Prep MEGW 8

A chance to finish up internal assessments and prepare for external exams

8MAS INOK 8

We will finish off the work on Evaluating Statistical Reports and spend as much time as possible

Computer aided design for beginners JARG 4, 5

This course will start with the basics and will provide opportunities for students to learn the s

The Hunchback of Notre-Dame - Junior Production MART 5, 8

We are off to ...... Paris to meet 'Quasimodo'

Philosophy of Cyborgs BRES 5, 6

NO NEW ENROLMENTS: The course continues from 2.1.

Legal Studies ALLH 8

Privacy Law- how much privacy do we need?

Film Study: Coraline ROBM 4

In a switch of tracks, we're going to watch the fantasy/horror animated film Coraline.

Level 1 External Prep. ROBM 6

All our Internals are submitted and its time to start preparing for Externals.

Cafe Economics GEOM 6

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

Examining Externals GREO 7

It's time to wrap up our study for the externals.

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

LINEAR ALGEBRA LOUW 6

In this block we will be continuing with the topic on LINEAR ALGEBRA that we began in Term 3.

Clone of Anatomy, Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology SARA 6

This course is a continuation from last term

Holistics: Student Choice (Something historical and maybe criminal?) KATA 5, 6

In this short last block of holistics, students get to choose which topic and skills we focus on.

Making Our Futuristic Films RICP 7, 8

We'll finish off our 2.6 and 3.6 projects, and have some finished films by the end of this course

3/4 Art - Animation ROSM 3, 4

Animation

Project English GEOM 6

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

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

Design and Make 4.1 JARG 5, 6

Designing and manufacturing a product.

The nature of science FLOM 4, 5

Through this unit we will look at how exactly we know what we know.

Only Hours Left to Film or Write MART 6, 7, 8

As there is only 8 classes of 4.1 left, it equals 12 hours of class time.

Are you ready for the science externals? ALIS 6

The last term has arrived and it is now time to prepare for the external exams.

Contemporary dance SARM 4, 5

Come along and learn the contemporary dance moves, and put together a wee routine to be proud of.

Philosophy of Space/Time BRES 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

What is space? What is time? How big is space? Is that even a sensible question?

Acids and Bases INOK 4, 5

We will look at acids and bases, their chemistry, the processes of making them and where they are

Filmmaking with 'Kapa Haka Forever' MART 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

A slight change in this programme to start making what Kapa Haka do in class more public and insp

Philosophy of mind BRES 7, 8

What is a mind? Is it just the brain or something else?

Level 3 PE EMMB 8

Finishing up on assessments flowing over from last term for some.

Level 1 Math DERT 6

Students can finish any math internal assessments that they need to.

cont. Table, Equations and Graphs ALIS 6

We will continue to work on the topic on relations between tables, equations and graphs which lea

45PE SARB 4, 5

During this course we will look at different types of recreation that students are interested in

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

Earth, sea and sky - a whole-planet perspective MATP 6, 7, 8

Bringing it all together, given the available data - what has happened in the past, is happening

“My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die." - Fencing DEAC 4, 5

The pursuit of speed and accuracy through fencing.

NCEA Drama Smorgasbord ALIE 6, 7, 8

A veritable smorgasbord of NCEA drama. Internals / externals galore til you puke.

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

This is the time to complete your years study.

34MAT - 3D shapes and more KAYH 3, 4

This course will focus mainly on 3D shapes.

Wrap it up LAUB 6, 7

This class will work on completing internals and preparing for externals for level 1 and 2 Englis

Assessment Support JOB 6

Students will be supported to complete a range of internal assessments.

External Preparation Level 3 Biology MATW 8

We will prepare for the 3 externals, including a preliminary exam on Human Evolution.

Student Choice GEOM 4, 5

An opportunity for students to focus on external credits for NCEA or to attempt, or complete, pre

67 HOS CHRP 6

You will have the opportunity to complete the practical, written and assessment components of any

4.1 Integrated Studies 2 GEOM 7, 8

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

7MAT LOUW 7

COORDINATE GEOMETRY

The scientific method FLOM 4, 5

Through this unit we will look at how exactly do we know what we know.

It's all GREEK to me. SARH 4

The Greek Mythology OLYMPIAGANZA.

Junior Production time!

Digestion Internal and External preparation MATW 6, 7

We will prepare for the Level 1 Mammals as Consumers (including the mock exam) & Genetics and

4.1 Self directed projects continued HOLR 4, 5

This course best suits those who have completed 3.2 and who wish to continue with their projects.

Exam Prep: Essential Skills ROBM 8

In preparation for externals we will complete practise exams using our knowledge gathered through

Level 2/3 Exam Stress EMMB 7, 8

Students will pick a bunch of activities to help them destress providing all assessments are comp

Unfamiliar text, level 1 JOB 6

Every author writes for a purpose. Learn the hows and whys of a crafted text.

Crazy Cool Chemistry - heavy metal edition ZACW 5

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

Trigonometry INOK 4, 5

We will study Trigonometry, the study of the angles and side lengths of triangles.

PYTHAGORAS and TRIGONOMETRY LOUW 5

In this course we will study the relationships between sides and angles in right-angled triangles

Beach Volleyball and Football SARB 3, 4

During this block we will be travelling to Elmwood Club to learn beach volleyball and football.

Music and Words BRAF 3, 4

Words and music have created so many different moods and emotions: which combinations do you like

Exploring Music MATD 4

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

Wave hello MATP 4

There are lots of different waves - microwaves, ocean waves, tsunamis, sound and light.

Final review of our deeper biological understanding BREB 8

A final opportunity to bring everything we have learned together and look at the full biological

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GEOMETRY LOUW 4

This is the branch of maths that deals with lines, shape and space.

Printmaking JARG 4, 5

This course is all about exploring printmaking.

Dance Exam Study SARB 6, 7, 8

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

Xmas Markets - Enterprise in English - BRAF 3, 4

On this course you will create a product that you will produce and sell at a Xmas market.

NCEA MUSIC - Term 4 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

JAZZ BAND TERM 4 MATD 7, 8

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

There is no I in Team EMMB 4, 5

Students will identify, demonstrate and develop there interpersonal skills through the context of

Fire starter MATP 5

Fire. It can keep us warm and make our food safer and more delicious.

Mastering Externals JOB 6

Revision of 'Animal Farm' and 'Mississippi Burning'.

LINEAR ALGEBRA contd. LOUW 6

In this block we will be continuing with the topic on LINEAR ALGEBRA that we began in Term 3.

Alcohol and Drug Education SARF 4, 5

This unit is for Year 9-10 students and older (it will not offer any internal credits).

Exam time! REBF 6

During the next four weeks we will be solely focussed on the upcoming external/s, which are:

Understanding comics BRAF 4

Come along and study comics. Have a go at drawing emanata, a waft-o-gram for example.

Botanical studies using wet and dry media HOLR 4, 5

We are going to make 2D images of plants using drawing, collage, painting and printmaking.

geometry - pythagoras ALIS 5

This is the branch of maths that deals with lines, shape and space.

Year nine and ten - individual inquiry in paint and print HOLR 4, 5

Students will start with research and a drawing assignment that develops into a project that will

Conversation Amongst the Ruins FRAM 8

All your internals a complete, now all you have to worry about is passing your exams.

Kohknowco Lab 4.1 RENM 4, 5

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

NCEA 78 English GEOM 6, 7, 8

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

Summarising and combining our deeper biological understanding. BREB 7

A final opportunity to bring everything we have learned together and look at the full biological

Philosophy: Extraordinary claims BRES 3, 4, 5

"Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence" - Carl Sagan (1994). What does this mean?

Philosophy: Political Philosophy BRES 4, 5

This block we will explore political philosophy. How ought society to be set up?

Law ALLH 8

Why privacy matters. How much is left?

Advanced Analytic Philosophy BRES 8

For 4.1 we will complete our analysis of Eric Reitan's argument.

4.1 5HOL Social Sciences Research Project LIBB 5

Geopolitics, weather, culture in Aotearoa, racism, resource allocation, world food production...

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

The point of difference for this 3 week block is we will do an NCEA level 1 task.

Level 3 NCEA external assessment preparation ZACW 8

The last term has arrived and with it the external exams are now knocking on our door.

NCEA Coaching - Science & Maths External Preparation MATW 6, 7, 8

In this course, I will support you in your preparation for the external exams.

Geography Externals Revision KATA 6

We will will revising for the two geography externals in this block: the skills paper and the ext

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

Ao Tawhiti Caps and Sport Psychology EMMB 4, 5

This unit will look at indoor cricket and the process students move

Level 3 External Prep. ROBM 8

All our Internals are submitted and its time to start preparing for Externals.

6MAT LOUW 6, 7

GRAPHING

Anatomy, Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology Part 2 KelB 6

This course is a continuation from term 3.

Humans as creatures SARA 4, 5

In this course we will discover that humans are, in fact, just creatures.

Music MATD 7
Digital Technology DERT 6, 7, 8

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

Exam Prep RICM 6, 7

In this course students will prepare for external exam in History (91003 for Level 1 and 91231 fo

Junior Production BLAS 3, 4, 5

As said in our yellow descriptor, junior production has a second colour block!

Revvy Revision GREO 8

This extremely small half term we'll be revising for the three externals.

4.1 78 English GEOM 7, 8

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

Internal / External Wrap-up ROBM 6

This block is going to be used entirely for exam prep strategies, skills, and opportunities to co

7 Physics Revision GREO 7

Student will revise for the three externals as required: Demonstrate an Understanding of Stars an

LET's be CREATIVE MART 6, 7, 8

Print - Let's make an online Yearbook;

Exam Prep for L3 History RICM 8

In this unit we will conduct our external exam preparations with a focus on succinct and pertinen

GEOMETRY LOUW 4

Geometry is the branch of Mathematics that deals with lines, shape and space.

4.1 English: Film Studies GEOM 7

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

The Final Countdown! ZACW 8

The last term has arrived and with it the external exams are now knocking on our door.

NCEA L1 Geography Exam - Skills and Concepts CRPE 6

This course is about final preparation for the Level 1 NCEA Geography examination.

War Poetry RICP 4, 5

In this unit we’ll have a look at some classic war poetry.

Making Products JARG 4, 5

Learn to use advanced machinery to make cool things.

4.1 Ceramics HOLR 4, 5

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

Tuakana Teina Whakarongo continued MART 1, 2, 6

Young & Old Listen

Future energy MATP 4

How does New Zealand generate electricity, and what other types of energy do we use?

78English GEOM 7, 8

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

Where in the world shall we go? SARA 5

In 4.1 we will choose a culture to focus on.

Science projects MATP, KATA 3, 4

You have four weeks to select a topic and carry out an investigation into a real-world applicatio

Hikoi 4 Hauora BRAF 5

This term Hikoi is training for a 21km fundraising walk to raise awareness, (and some money) for the issue of depression in our community.

4.1 Level Two - Folio completion HOLR 7

Prerequisite for this course is to have attended 3.2

Geography Externals Revison KATA 6

We'll spend three weeks preparing for the geography externals which are on Friday 8th November at

Rockets, rovers, satellites, drones and probes. MATP 3, 4

It might be cool to send humans out into outer space, but the brutal truth is that it is a LOT ch

7MAT INOK 7

We will finish the work on Probability and then go on to doing as much revision as possible of Al

7MAT DERT 7

Exam Revision - Algebra and Calculus.

Invasion games STEH 5

These classes will be at Riccarton Park with Steve.

Yoga and Circo Arts SARM 5

During this class we will learn the basics of yoga and techniques of circo arts.

Te Reo me ngā Tikanga ano MART 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Lessons continue...

The final countdown! FLOM 8

The last term has arrived and with it the external exams are now knocking on our door.

Philosophy: Various Topics BRES 5, 6

For the three weeks prior to exams, this course will be student driven.

“How’s that?!” - Cricket DEAC 4

Backyard cricket and hand/eye coordination at its finest.

“How’s that?!” - Cricket

History Boffins SARH 6, 7, 8

The final leg of the mission!

Level 3 Literacy LAUB 2, 3

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

Probability and revision INOK 7

We will finish the Probability standard and do revision for the external exams.

Geography Skills Revision KATA 6, 7

We focus on revision of the skills required for the geography exam in this block.

Ko ngā Akonga Tēina MART 6

Learning to use te reo is the priority.

4.1 Level Three - NCEA Folio completion HOLR 8

Prerequisite for this course is to have completed 3.1.

EMP4 - Create Phase RICP 6, 7, 8

In 3.1 and 3.2, students took part in a text study of 'The Long Walk', and decided which assessme

The Final Countdown! ZACW 8

The last term has arrived and with it the external exams are now knocking on our door.

678 Social Studies PETB 6, 7, 8

The course will primarily focus on providing external exam preparation during Term Four.

Junior Production MART 4, 5

The JUNIOR PRODUCtiON has it's turn now. We are off to Arabia with "ALADDIN".

Junior Production 2020 ACTORS ALIE 5

It is time to get started on the Junior Production for 2020.

Junior English - Short Text Studies RICP 4, 5

We'll cover a bunch of awesome short stories in this course (reading them together, analysing the

Get 'er Done ROBM 7

We've covered several texts this year with a chance for loads of internal credits.

External Preparation Level 2 Biology MATW 7

We will be preparing for the 3 externals in Biology.

Literacy Skills LAUB 3, 4

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

The Connections Project 4, 5

UPT Connections Project:

Level 2 PE :Biomechanics and Skill Learning EMMB 7

Movement analysis: looking at how functional anatomy, biomechanical, skill learning and sports ps

Exam revision for Biology MICV 6

In this course we will be working on exam revision for AS90948 Genetic Variation and AS90929 Mamm

Purple
LA Levels
External preparation for Level 1 Mathematics MATW 6

We will be preparing for the Statistics and Tables, Equations & Graphs externals.

TABLES, EQUATIONS and GRAPHS contd. LOUW 6

In this block we will be completing the topic on linear, quadratic and exponential graphs.

PUBLISH Your Creative Beast (Take 2) ALIE 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

At the start of the year the intention was perform readings from material developed in Unleash Yo

Games invention SARO 4

Is there a game you have played before and enjoyed but thought that some variations would make it

Exam revision for Physics MICV 6

In this course we will be completing exam revision for AS90940 Demonstrate understanding of aspec

Level 2 English - Writing Folio and Oral Presentations RICP 7

We'll use the remainder of this term to either 1) tidy up our writing folios or 2) do oral presen

67 Social Studies PETB 6, 7

The course will primarily focus on providing external exam preparation during Term Four.

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

Exam Prep for L3 History RICM 8

In this unit we will conduct our external exam preparations with a focus on succinct and pertinen

Exam Revision BRAF 6

This course is exam revision for students sitting exams, and for those who have internals to fini

Philosophy and Ethics pt2 BRES 4, 5

We will finish the massive topic known as Ethics.

The Final Countdown! ZACW 7

The last term has arrived and with it the external exams are now knocking on our door.

The Science of Athletes (Exercise Physiology) MATW 5

In this course, we will look at how athletes train and what makes them successful.

Repent - the end is nigh! MATP 7, 8

Just a few weeks left.

geometry - pythagoras ALIS 5

This is the branch of maths that deals with lines, shape and space.

Inventors Unlimited JARG 3, 4

This series of workshops in term 4.1, running on Thursday morning each week, will supports studen

Digital Technology DERT 6, 7, 8

Finish off any assessments you have started - last chance to get them completed.

4.1 Getting Outside (GO) EMIM 4

Disclaimer: This is a cellphone and computer FREE course.

Philosophy of Space / Time BRES 7, 8

In this last block for 2014 we will explore the Philosophy of Space and Time.

Exam Prep for NCEA History RICM 6, 7, 8

In this unit we will conduct our external exam preparations with a focus on exam structures and s

Teenage Kicks FRAM 6

This term we’ll be looking at unfamiliar texts.

Philosophy and the good life BRES 7, 8

To end the year we will take a relaxed look at how we can use philosophy and philosophical reason

Assessment and Exam Work MEGW 8

This is for level three English students who need to tidy up any outstanding assessment, resubmis

Sociology Topics ALLH 8

At this stage of the year the course is open to study topics we choose as a group.

Practical Philosophy BRES 7, 8

Students will start the block by completing any outstanding NCEA assessment work.

Psychology in Context RICP 7, 8

**ANY STUDENT ENROLLED IN THE COURSE IN 4.1 IS EXPECTED TO HAVE A PROJECT THEY ARE WORKING ON, BA

Robotics for beginner's JARG 4

Learn to make and control a simple robot.

Comic Creator BRAF 4, 5, 6

This term in Comic creator we will be using digital tools to produce graphic art on anatomy follo

Statistical reports INOK 8

"Evaluating Statistical Reports" looks at trying to find the truth behind what we read.

8 Physics Revision and Internal Catch ups GREO 8

Student will revise for the three externals as required: 3.3: Demonstrate and Understanding of Wa

Sustainability: the loose ends KATA 7, 8

In your final four weeks of school this year, we'll tailor the classes to suit you.

Motors and Machines JARG 3, 4

Explore how motors and engines work and try to get one going, use motors or engines to make somet

Maths DERT 7

Finish off Co-ordinate geometry

Basic Electronics and Design JARG 6, 7

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

Level One English - Formal Writing and Speaking RICP 6

This term, we'll finish off our remaining internals for the year: writing and speaking formally.

Sociology ALLH 8

Globalisation - crime and terrorism

Exam Prep for L3 History RICM 8

In this unit we will conduct our external exam preparations with a focus on succinct and pertinen

Level 3 NCEA external assessment preparation ZACW 8

The last term has arrived and with it the external exams are now knocking on our door.

Softball STEH 4, 5

It's on again! Sign up for Steve's most popular PE class!

Digital Technology DERT 6, 7, 8

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

He Korokoro Tui Koe MART 6, 7, 8

'You have the voice of a Tui.'

Final Wrap Up SARM 6, 7, 8

All students that have been part of our 678 programme are welcomed back to have 3 weeks of enjoym

It's the final countdown (8CHEM) FLOM 8

The last term has arrived and with it the external exams are now knocking on our door.

Ender's Game - Novel Study RICP 4, 5

In this unit, we’ll study the novel Ender’s Game, by Orson Scott Card.

Health exams REBF 7, 8

During the next four weeks we will be solely focussed on the upcoming external/s, which are:

Dance Exam Study SARB 6, 7, 8

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

Level One English/Media - Term Four RICP 6

This term you'll finish off the making of your short film, and we'll also devote some time for re

The final countdown! FLOM 7, 8

The last term has arrived and with it the external exams are now knocking on our door.

level one course completion HOLR 5, 6

Time to complete your folio external assessment 90916 (12 credits), internal assessment 90915 (6

4.1 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

Exam Prep for NCEA History RICM 6, 7

In this unit we will conduct our external exam preparations with a focus on exam structures and s

Unfamiliar text level 2 JOB 7

Learn to appreciate and explain the ideas, style and language features in a range of unfamiliar t

4.1 Level 4 Science - Whakatō/Plants LIBB 4

In this course we take a look at the amazing world of Plants.

Relationships and Graphs GREO 6

We'll finish off our work on Tables, Relationships and Graphs.

We'll look at:

SIMULATIONS LOUW 7

A simulation is a way to model random events, so that the simulated outcomes closely match real-w

Assessment Support JOB 7, 8

Students will be supported in completing a range of internal assessments ranging from looking at

NCEA level 2 and 3 folio completion HOLR 7, 8

NCEA LEVEL 2 AND 3 FOLIO COMPLETION. Due: Tuesday week two term four.

4.1 Visual Art NCEA folio completion HOLR 6, 7, 8

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

6Num INOK 5

Work through a range of tasks which allow you to show you can do various everyday maths procedure

Probability LOUW 7

This topic is really useful for anyone intending to do level 3 Statistics.

45SOC SARB 4, 5

During this class you will be learning the ins and outs about the agricultural industry.

4.1 Visual Arts Level 1 HOLR 6

Pre requisite of this course is to have completed 3.2.

Sensation and Perception ALLH 8

Approaches to the study of sensation and perception will be studies.

Dance Exam Study SARM 6, 7, 8

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

In Data We Trust ZACW 4

This unit is all about collecting and tabulating data from (fair, reliable) experiments we've des

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.

Composition and performance MATD 5

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

CALCULUS continued LOUW 7

Calculus is an important topic which looks at the rate of change of processes.

YEARBOOK READY!!!!!! MART 6, 7, 8

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

4/5 MAT LOUW 4, 5

ARE YOU MOTIVATED AND LIKE WORKING INDEPENDENTLY???

ADVANCED MUSIC 2 - (NCEA LEVEL 3) MATD 8

Do music for NCEA credits!

Lets Get Active Overlap EMMB 6

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

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

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

Probability Distributions. DERT 8

Probability distributions and exam revisions.

Orange
LA Levels
Things that weren't allowed to be taught at school PETB 4, 5

The things that we are taught at school reflect the values and beliefs of society at the time.

Volleyball SARM 5

During this class we will be playing volleyball - our main focus will be biomechanics as well as

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

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

Drawing, drawing, drawing HOLR 4, 5

Drawing is the basis of all art making and you can use almost anything to do it.

Exam Prep for NCEA History RICM 6, 7

In this unit we will conduct our external exam preparations with a focus on exam structures and s

Level two folio and more HOLR 7

For those wanting to attempt level three art next year this is a good place to start.

12 Hours of Film MART 6

As there is only 8 classes of 4.1 left, it equals 12 hours of class time.

Food budgeting KAYH 4

This course will combine Financial Literacy and food.

Bones and Muscles SARO 5

Everything you do involves your bones and muscles....

Exploring the Dance Elements SARB 6

This block we will be working towards achievement standard 1.4.

Careers: personalised support to prepare for 2019 KIRM 6, 7, 8

From part time jobs to study plans, this class is designed to provide you with personalised suppo

L3 Biology Revision MIRD 8

Get ready for exams - learn how to summarise your knowledge, read exam questions and then answer

Kohknowco Lab 4.1 RENM 4, 5

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

“Gift of Obedience” - Junior Production MART 5, 8

We are off to ...... Frell to meet 'Ella'

Science Inquiry GREO 5

This term you'll be assisted to do a Scientific Inquiry into any of the topics we've studied this

Jazz Band Term 3 MATD 5

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

Business Studies and Enterprise GEOM 6, 7, 8

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

Careers: personalised support to prepare for 2019 KIRM 6, 7, 8

From part time jobs to study plans, this class is designed to provide you with personalised suppo

Level 1 Math DERT 6

Students can finish any math internal assessments that they need to.

Yearbook MART 6, 7

Who would like to be involved in the FIRST Yearbook for Ao Tawhiti Unlimited Discovery 2014!?!?

NZ Film GEOM 6, 7

A study of film: can we classify New Zealand film as a distinct genre?

level one HOLR 6

Orange level one

External Prep: Prejudice, Short Stories ROBM 6

This term is focusing on honing those reading, writing, and analysis skills required for external

Design and Visual Communication JARG 6, 7

This is the final 3 weeks of this year long course, and the focus is on completing assessment wor

Team-Work Skills ROBM 4

In preparation for 4.2 programs, we will be running 3 week long English activities all requiring

Music MATD 7
Philosophy: Extraordinary claims BRES 4

"Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence" - Carl Sagan (1994). What does this mean?

Final review of our deeper biological understanding BREB 8

A final opportunity to bring everything we have learned together and look at the full biological

Student choice: Philosophy of Mind OR Practical Philosophy BRES 7, 8

The class decides the topic, either Philosophy of mind or Practical Philosophy

34ENG Script Writing KAYH 3, 4

This is a short 4 week course where we will turn a known story into a script.

Chemistry in action MATP 5, 6

Technological applications of chemistry...

The Garden Collective BRAF 4, 5, 6

Come gardening in the zone.

DJ practice BRES 5

Independent DJ practice.

Calculus DERT 8

Term 4 is all about studying for exams.

Level 1 NCEA external assessment preparation (AS90944) ZACW 6

This course is intended for students who are writing the Level 1 Science external assessment AS90

EfS Initiatives Exam Preparation KATA 6, 7

Level 1 students can complete their sustainability film plans by the end of this block and Level

Social Responsibility and Influences on Participation in Physical Activity SARA 7, 8

Level 2: Social Responsibility

Exam Prep/Review MEGW 7

A chance to finish up internal assessment and prepare for exams.

Exam Prep for NCEA History RICM 6, 7

In this unit we will conduct our external exam preparations with a focus on exam structures and s

Law Topics ALLH 8

At this stage of the year we can study topics we choose as a group. There is no NCEA.

Something new SARM 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

In this block students will be having taster to a few different types of dance including:

Level Two Media Studies - Term Four RICP 7

In the few weeks remaining, you'll finish editing your film, you'll reshoot things in a panic, an

Entering the Biopysical Part of Physical Education EMMB 6

This covers basic anatomy, biomechanics and exercise physiology.

45 Hospitality BLAS 4, 5

We will continue our work with the four food groups and this time we will focus on the Fruit and

Are you ready for the science externals? FLOM 6

The last term has arrived and it is now time to prepare for the external exams.

Dastardly disasters! MICV 4

In this course we will investigate natural disasters.

Completing Media paperwork MART 6

If you have work that needs completing choose this course.

Senior Biology - External Revision MATW 7, 8

TBA

5ENG - Extension English RICP 5

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

Perfect Packaging KATA 3, 4

In this English class, you will design and create a package to market a food product.

Exploring different styles of dance SARF 3, 4, 5

This block we will be learning a range of different dance styles to get out of our comfort zone a

Steven Spielberg Films MEGW 4, 5

In this class we will complete a visual image project (started in term three) and study a selecti

4.1 Extension English GEOM 6

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

L3 NCEA Geography Exam - Skills and Concepts CRPE 8

This course is about final preparation for the Level 3 NCEA Geography examination.

BE The Change - Education for Sustainability 7, 8

Values, world views, behaviours, sustainability - everything you need to prepare for your level 2

Examining Examinations STEM 7, 8

This block is your final chance to finish off your work towards your writing portfolio.

The nature of science FLOM 4, 5

Through this unit we will look at how exactly we know what we know.

The SDL music project: term 4 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

The end is nigh.... MATP 7

4 weeks until finals - time to wrap up loose ends, have a go at one more internal and get some ex

Evaluate statistical reports INOK 8

We will aim to study for the external exam Evaluate statistical reports.(AS91584, 4 credits) In

Theatre Design (Junior Production Edition) ALIE 5, 6, 7, 8

This class will serve as the platform for you to roll your sleeves up and work on a theatre show

4.1 Drawing anime manga and more HOLR 4, 5

Yes this is the drawing course you have been waiting for all year.

Celebration of Learning RICM 3, 4

In this course students will work to share their learning from the year.

CALCULUS continued LOUW 7

Calculus is an important topic which looks at the rate of change of processes.

Ao Tawhiti Creative Agency RENM 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

BizCola™ Presents - The Ao Tawhiti Creative Agency!

Summarising and combining our deeper biological understanding. BREB 7

A final opportunity to bring everything we have learned together and look at the full biological

Digestion Internal and External preparation MATW 6, 7

We will prepare for the Level 1 Mammals as Consumers external as well as finish the Level 2 inter

Get it Done! ROBM 8

This block will alternate between reading articles, discussion and exam prep.

4.1 Foundation Printmaking HOLR 4, 5

Prerequisite for this course is to have attended 3.1.

The Final Countdown! ZACW 7

The last term has arrived and with it the external exams are now knocking on our door.

Other
LA Levels
Photography MICV 7, 8

Level 2 and 3 Photography.

Garage Projects JARG 6, 7, 8

Focus on completing projects and preparing work for external assessment.