This course is about design and construction.
This course is to develop technological problem solving, design, processes and practical skills
This course explores Extreme Natural Events. Our study will involve the Samoan tsunami of 2009.
Vulnerability of the natural and cultural environment
response by various groups
processes that caused ENE
THIS IS A UNIT STANDARDS COURSE
This is a one or two year course. You cannot achieve the National Certificate unless you take the subject for two years, however, you can take the course for one year and gain up to 18 credits at level 2, or if you are doing level 3 only, up to 24 credits at level 3.
( See attached breakdown of course)
This is a level 2 chemistry video conferencing course. Students in this course will gain the basic knowledge necessary for level 3 chemistry and also the foundation chemistry courses that universities offer to bridge students onto their courses. It is a self-directed course with weekly instructional session held via Video Conferenece with Suzy Collin.
A course designed for students who are intending to complete courses in engineering, architecture, health sciences, or geological sciences at university. Includes concepts around;
Students are required to have passed Level 2 Physics with at least 13 credits and will needs to have a strong work ethic and mathematical ability (Level 3 calculus is an advantage but not essential). Students can gain up to 23 credits at NCEA Level 3.
Intense course convering a variety of Biology topics. The topics covered are Evolution, Biotechnology, Investigation, Homeostasis and Animal and Plant Behaviour. Human Evolution is a topic that is reserved for students to choose for extra credit.
Student are required to purchase L3 workbook.
This course covers NCEA L3 Chemistry Achievement Standards, allows for a NCEA level 3 Chemistry endorsement, and provides requirements for university entrance (including Health Sciences).
Prerequisit: Level 2 Chemistry - 16+ credits (a Merit/Excellence endorsement in Level 2 Chemistry is highly recommended) and passing marks in 2.1, 2.4, 2.5, and 2.7
This course consists of internally assessed Achievement Standards.
It is expected that students will complete work during class time and at home through out the course.
This course cover the skills needed for AS in number, measurement & statistics and provides evidence for The Numeracy Unit Standards. You or your parents can use it to help you if you have forgotten how to do domething or if you have missed a class to catch up.
This is the hardest maths course. It is required if you are going on to do engineering and some other courses at university. It continues algebra skills, develops understanding of the applications of trigonomic graphs, explores differentiation and intergration and their applications. It also continues the understanding of graphs by exploring conic sections.
THIS COURSE DOES BASIC MODEL OF COMPUTING EG PROGRAMMING, WEB DESIGN ETC
Following on from the Year 9 module, this course in an introduction to Japanese language, covering Levels 1-4 of the New Zealand Curriculum. Covers all four skills; reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
Students are expected to do regular Hiragana script and vocabulary revision.
This course is part of the Health & Physical Education curriculum area - Home Economics. This is an achievenment assessment standards course and the L3 credits are on the univercity list of accredited subjects for university entrance