ESOL

English As A Second Language

Entry:

• This is a course for those students who have been educated in, or come from a country where English is not the primary language. It is not an open course for students to opt in to; rather students will be selected to take this course.
• Entry requirement is based on student need and is at the discretion of the Deans, the ESOL teacher and the HOF of English and Languages.

Information:

• This course has been designed to support students to learn English and/or to develop their English language skills. It covers all four main strands of English – Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking – so students should become more confident in their ability across all these areas.
• While this course is a stand-alone course with its own specific credits, work can also be done in this class in order to support students in their other subjects.
• The teacher will construct a course that may be tailored to student need and therefore could vary from the list below.
 

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Timetable Confirmation (By House) Years 10-13, Wednesday 31 January

Students meet in the Auditorium before heading to their Manaaki...

Year 9 and International Students Start, Thursday 1 February

Year 9 students meet at the Auditorium at 9.30am, International...

ALL students at school, Friday 2 February

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