Important Notices - NCEA & UE changes
Please click on the link below to view the NCEA & UE Changes 2020. This document is available in multiple languages.
Wellbeing for all
We have information focused on wellbeing and supporting a child’s learning at home. It may also be useful for you and your whanau.
These resources add to the information we have previously provided supporting conversations with children about COVID-19 - http://education.govt.nz/school/health-safety-and-wellbeing/pastoral-care-and-wellbeing/talking-to-children-about-covid-19-coronavirus/.
Further information to support wellbeing:
The Ministry of Health’s website includes Top ways to look after your mental wellbeing during the Covid-19 lockdown.
https://www.iamhope.org.nz/ - I AM HOPE is the youth and community-focused support group run by The Key to Life Charitable Trust, started by Mike King.
Anxious about COV-19 check out https://thelowdown.co.nz/covid-19
https://www.facebook.com/nathanwallisxfactoreducation/ - Nathan Wallis has some helpful videos on his Facebook page for parents and whānau.
https://www.mentalhealth.org.nz/get-help/covid-19/ - tips on looking after mental health and wellbeing during COVID-19 from the Mental Health Foundation.
https://depression.org.nz/covid-19/ - a website by the Health Promotion Agency to help New Zealanders recognise and understand depression and anxiety.
25 Mental Health Wellness Tips during Quarantine from Eileen M Feliciano, Psy.D. – although overseas-based this is a good list and highlights some things particularly important for children. Remember the rules of New Zealand’s level 4 lockdown still apply.
Remember, be kind to yourself and others. Stay safe!
Latest Aorere College Newsletter out now!
Staying Safe Online
Netsafe ‘Stay Connected, Stay Safe’
Netsafe has launched a new education campaign, aiming to help people have better online experiences during lockdown. ‘Stay Connected, Stay Safe’ encourages people to use and engage with all the different types of technology on offer to help them stay connected and provides tips and advice about how to do it safely … [click link to read more]
Aorere College Timetable
What is Aorere Kia Ako?
Aorere Kia Ako is the new learning framework at Aorere College. Extensive research has established that for students to be successful in the classroom and beyond, now and in the future, they must learn through six critical lenses:
- Critical Thinking
- Digital Connections
- Curiousity & Creation
- Collaborative Projects
- Interpersonal Communication
Mr Gregory Pierce - Principal
Kia Ora, Talofa Lava, Malo e Lelei, Kia Orana, Fakalofa Lahi Atu, Assalamu Alaikum, Namaste, Bula Vinaka, Chao and Greetings
Aorere College has been serving its local community for over 50 years. Students are the heart of our school and they continue to enjoy success across the wide range of opportunities on offer, displaying pride and commitment.
Information about required devices at Aorere College can be found by by watching the short video below. Please click here for more information.
As part of Aorere's cybersafety program, we offer free device engraving for all students. Devices can be taken to the school reception where engraving can be done. Students can also have their device engraved by Ms White, Mr McGarva or Mr Kelly.
We recommend all students engrave their device with their full name and contact phone number.
Please contact us on 09 278 5608 if you have any questions.