Primary School (Year 1-6)
- Students have three sessions a week in a small group with an ESOL teacher.
- Students receive English language teaching that supports their class learning and levels, which includes hands-on activities that focus on oral language, listening, reading and writing activities.
- They will also build their knowledge and understanding of NZ and NZ culture and have opportunities to share their own.
Middle School (Year 7-9)
- Students have up to 3 sessions a week in a small group based on their needs with an ESOL teacher.
- Students receive English language teaching that supports and develops their oral language, listening, reading and writing skills.
- They will learn about New Zealand and our culture and have opportunities to share their own.
Secondary School (Year 10-13)
- At Year 10, students have three sessions a week to support them in their academic learning.
- From Year 11 the learners work toward NCEA unit standard credits – up to 15 credits per year. The standards cover reading, writing and listening/speaking skills, which assist them in their mainstream classes.
- Practical activities as well as bookwork to assist the students’ learning in a caring environment.
- Working with students (individual basis and as required) with their academic work, helping them to gain the necessary credits for their tertiary studies.
- A programme that is tailored to Year 13 students to help prepare them for tertiary studies.
- Students learn about our culture in New Zealand and have opportunities to share their own culture.