Junior Years 0-3
Middle Years 4-6
In years 4-6 ākonga (learners) increasingly use their reading, writing and mathematics knowledge and skills to support their learning in and across other learning areas, while also continuing to expand their knowledge. Ākonga grow their understanding of how they can transfer their skills across learning areas. They take part in a growing range of activities that draw on and strengthen their school learning. Opportunities for participation in a range of interschool activities become available and are encouraged, (these include choir, mathex, sports representation).
Intermediate Years 7-8
Year 7-8 ākonga are emerging adolescents. They increasingly have a social conscience and seek to connect their learning to the world around them and to make connections to the impact they have on the community and world. They use their growing inter-disciplinary knowledge to ask questions and seek answers from a range of sources to help solve real-life problems. Ākonga in years 7 & 8 are purposeful, deliberate, curious and critical thinkers who begin to associate their interests with future pathways for learning and career. During years 7 & 8 ākonga are encouraged to take up leadership opportunities.
Ohurua learning space
Team Leader: Mrs Tineke Dippenaar
Mr Adam Harbott
Miss Nicole Churches