Our timetable commencing in 2021 allows for two extended 25 minute form times one of which will be used for House assemblies and activities, the other will be used for areas identified in our strategic plan consultation as important for students, family and whānau. This time will enable students to explore differentiated learning through the year levels on careers, life skills, learner competencies, goal setting and wellbeing as examples. The overall structure remains very similar with the same start and finish times and late start Thursday.
We have renamed our collective form time periods Tūhono, which means to link, or connect.
You can view the new timetable here.