COVID-19 UPDATES

Welcome back to school under Alert Level 2

Good Afternoon Parents and Caregivers, We look forward to welcoming back all our students to school on Monday 8th March, under Alert Level 2.  As advised by the Prime Minister this afternoon we are moving down to Alert Level 2 from 6am on Sunday 7th March.  Students who are unwell

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Announcements : 

Alert Level 2 – School is open for all students from Monday.  Students to arrive between 8.30am – 8.50am and go straight to their classroom.

Announcements : 

Alert Level 2 – School is open for all students from Monday.  Students to arrive between 8.30am – 8.50am and go straight to their classroom.

Gifted and Talented

We look for opportunities to extend potential, deepen learning and ensure that students are challenged in their learning and thinking.

Students are placed in classrooms that ensure that the ‘range’ of learning levels supports students identified as needing extension to be able to work with others so that
– Thinking can be challenged
– Thinking can be extended
– Range in the classroom allows the teacher to practically differentiate

Differentiation within programmes:
– Students are grouped for support and challenge
– Building depth of thinking, challenge and transdisciplinary learning, process, understanding and application

Science and Technology
– Science Fair investigations
– EPRO8 training and competition (Engineering, Problem Solving, innovation)
– Robotics and coding
– Electronics, e-gaming

Maths Extension:
– Withdrawal rich learning programme
– MATHEX

English
– Write Club – writing extension
– School magazine

Students selected from previous class rotations programmes include:
– Extension of abilities
– Working on specialised programmes i.e stream project, electronics, Science Fair investigations, EPRO8 training
– Orchestra & Band

– Chess Club – Local & National competitions
– Coding club
– Production
– Art enhancement
– Māori enhancement
– Cultural groups
– Dance Groups
– Languages – Mandarin, Japanese, Korean

Students opt into electives (semester at a time). Programmes include:
– Climbing
– Electronics
– Coding and drones
– Film making
– Garden to table
– Languages

Different types of leadership are fostered and supported. This includes:
– Students Coaching Students – Accredited Training programme
– House Captains
– Sports Captains
– Librarians
– Cultural Leaders
– Pasifika Young Leaders – training and mentoring programme
– School Art Monitors
– Class leaders

Academies – supported by Mt Roskill Grammar School and Sport Auckland:

  • Hockey, Netball, Football, Rugby, Rugby League, Badminton
  • Table tennis and waterpolo league

AAIMS Central Zone selection Weekly training and Practices Fitness club

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