Curriculum

The school curriculum is structured in such a way that every student is able to follow courses that enable them to achieve academic success. In the senior school this means the provision not only of a traditional academic programme but also the provision of a range of courses which are skills and/or vocationally based. Furthermore, the curriculum structure is designed to allow students to pursue areas of strength, mixing traditional and non-traditional subjects into their individual programmes. Wainuiomata High School offers an extensive, balanced and challenging academic programme to all students. Our aim is to provide a comprehensive education so that students leaving Wainuiomata High School are able to be lifelong learners who are well prepared to take their place in New Zealand society.

Working Senior Course Handbook 2016 (DRAFT)

The School office is closed - re-opening on Tuesday 23...

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

Students go to their Manaaki rooms at 8.45am, timetable starts...