The English learning area describes what students must learn as part of their broad education and as a foundation for specialising in the subject. In English, students study, use, and enjoy language and literature communicated orally, visually, or in writing.
How is English structured?
Creating Meaning Making Meaning
English is structured around two interconnected strands. Students need to practise making meaning and creating meaning at each level of the curriculum. As they progress, students use their skills to engage with tasks and texts that are increasingly sophisticated and challenging
NCEA Year 10 Students have the opportunity in Year 10 to attempt an NCEA Achievement Standard. This standard is able to count towards the Level 1 Literacy requirement in Year 11.
The police are working with the College and the community to keep our kids safe. They will be coming into school on and will be having an assembly in the library with all the senior students.
2013 Community Open Afternoon/Evening Tuesday 28 May