Achievement in English lies at the heart of success in the NZ curriculum. ?....Learning English encompasses learning the language, learning through the language and learning about the language?? (NZ Curriculum Doc.) Because success in NCEA English forms the standard pathway for students to attain literacy, it is crucial that boys engage fully with Senior English in order to provide themselves with further study options once they have left school. The English courses we provide for your sons at Levels 1, 2 and 3 are designed to engage them in their own learning, provide plenty of room for them to choose the topics and texts they will study, and provide the most exciting learning environment possible for this cornerstone subject.
Courses in this Learning Area
Accountancy, Actor, Administration, Advertising, Aircraft Pilot, Archivist, Armed Forces, Auctioneer, Author, Banking, Barrister, Book Seller, Broadcaster, Civil Service, Communications, Copywriter, Court/Legal Clerk, Curator, Customs/Freight Broker, Data Entry, Debt Collector, Digital Copywriter, Director (Film Television Radio Stage), Editor, Editorial Assistant, English Foreign Language Teacher, Events Management, Film and Video Editor, Financial Dealer, Flight Attendant, Geospatial Specialist, Hairdresser/Barber, Health Service, Helicopter Pilot, Human Resources, Information Officer, Insurance Agent, Interpreter, Journalism, Lawyer, Legal Executive, Lexicographer, Librarian, Library Assistant, Marketing, Nursing, Police, Primary School, Teacher, Printer, Private Teacher/Tutor, Probation work, Procurement Manager, Psychologist, Public Relations, Publishing, Records Manager, Reporter, Retail, Reviewer, Sales, Secondary School Teacher, Secretary, Social Work, Solicitor, Teacher, Teacher Aide, Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), Technical Writer, Television Presenter, Tertiary Lecturer, Trades, Trainer, Translator, TV and Radio, Workplace Relations Adviser, Writer, Youth Work,