TANGAROA COLLEGE - Information Booklet 2019 - The mission of Tangaroa College is to nurture in each student a belief in self, a commitment to

 
TANGAROA COLLEGE - Information Booklet 2019 - The mission of Tangaroa College is to nurture in each student a belief in self, a commitment to
TANGAROA COLLEGE
The mission of Tangaroa College is to nurture in each student a belief in self, a commitment to
                           achievement, and the spirit of aroha

         Information Booklet
                2019
Tangaroa College

Tangaroa College is a co-educational secondary school for students in years 9-13. Tangaroa College
has a school roll of approximately 1000 students.

Principal:                         Mrs Davida Suasua
Associate Principal:               Ms Christine Pili
Deputy Principals:                 Mr Martin Wright
                                   Mr Grant Langdon
                                   Ms Bessie Tuiali’i
                                   Mr Joseph Tua
                                   Ms Imeleta Faumuina (Community of Learning Co-ordinator)

The school is grouped by year level with one dean and a group of tutor teachers at each level.

Year 9 Dean:                       Ms Nadeen Papali’i
Year 10 Dean:                      Mr Chris Ashforth
Year 11 Dean:                      Mrs Anne Tauiliili-Lia
Year 12 Dean:                      Ms Cushla Tokoma
Year 13 Dean:                      Ms Sarah Davies

Each student is placed in a tutor group: a class of students in the same year level. Your child will see
their tutor teacher at their daily tutor class. Once a week students attend an assembly with their tutor
class. At the daily tutor class the tutor teacher will read the daily notices, check attendance and uniform
and discuss any important issues or information with students.

You can contact your child’s Dean or Tutor Teacher by telephoning the school office.

At year 9 students study all their subjects with their tutor class, but will move around the school to
different teachers.

At year 10 students study all their subjects with their tutor class, except two option classes.

At year 11 students study five subjects with their class and two options mixed with the other year 11
students.

At year 12 and 13 options are studied independently of tutor classes (unless it is a pathway class).
(please see page 8 for lists of compulsory and option subjects at each year level)

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LEARNING CHARTER

STRIVE
Whakarira
Establish & maintain high expectations                   Personalise learning
•   Use routines and are prepared.                       •   Link learning intentions with student choice.
•   Role model high standards.                           •   Co-construct the learning.
•   Have a growth mindset.                               •   Provide time for individual goal setting.
                                                         •   Build and scaffold student autonomy.
Challenge, inspire & increase confidence                 •   Help students identify what they don’t know
•   Encourage and model risk taking.
                                                         •   Encourage students to talk about and clarify their
•   Build perseverance
                                                             understanding.
•   Recognise growth and achievement.
•   Build resilience.                                    Use a variety of learning tools & strategies
•   Encourage and celebrate learning.                    •   Use technology to enhance learning
•   Foster an adventurous spirit                         •   Use assessment for learning strategies

CONNECT
Whakawhanaungatanga
Are passionate & enthusiastic                            Clarify learning
•   Embrace change and innovation.                       •   Know why we are teaching what we are teaching
•   Make learning enjoyable                              •   Ensure students know what they are learning it
•   Create a curiosity culture                               and their next steps.
                                                         •   Ensure students know how they are learning, the
Differentiate the learning.                                  processes of thinking.
•   Plan for student differences.
•   Provide opportunities for all to succeed.            Make learning authentic & relevant.
•   Provide choice.                                      •   Draw connections between skills and content
•   Respond to student voice and need.                       shared by subjects.
                                                         •   Use real world contexts including a career focus
Work collaboratively with students
•   Share ideas and work together
•   Work in partnership with students

RESPECT
Manaakitanga
Get to know students on a personal level                 Foster a safe learning environment
•   Build relationships.                                 •   View mistakes as learning opportunities.
•   Know the interests and hobbies of students and       •   Implement restorative practices.
    share our own                                        •   Ensure emotional and physical safety.
                                                         •   Provide conflict resolution tools and skills for
Use diversity as learning vehicle                            group work.
•   Accept differences in opinion.
                                                         •   Encourage positive and respectful relationships
•   Value cultural diversity.
                                                             between students.
•   Accept differences in learning styles.
                                                         •   Support students to take collective responsibility
•   Incorporate cultural and gender differences in           for learning.
    preparing thinking strategies.
                                                         •   Develop learning focused relationships.
•   Recognise the relationship between culture,
                                                         •   Model respect for each other and learning
    history and content taught.
                                                             environment.

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REFLECT
Whaiwhakaaro
Engage in professional learning                           Make thinking visible
•   Inquire as learners.                                  •   Share successful / unsuccessful techniques.
•   Continually reflect on practice.                      •   Help students understand how they use thinking
                                                              by teaching thinking strategies.
Are learning focused                                      •   Develop critical thinking.
•   Encourage and build student capacity to ask
                                                          •   Develop thinking routines and repertoire.
    effective questions.
•   Provide timely and effective feedback and feed        Know our students’ learning needs
    forward.                                              •   Explore and use student prior knowledge.
•   Incorporate inquiry and active reflection about       •   Use data and other evidence to support learning
    how we learn.                                             and planning.

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CONTENTS
School Bell Times 2019 .................................................................................................................................... 6
Important Dates 2019 ...................................................................................................................................... 6
School Map ........................................................................................................................................................ 7
Proposed Subjects 2019 .................................................................................................................................. 8
Guidelines ......................................................................................................................................................... 9
  1. Absence from School: ............................................................................................................................ 9
   2. Canteen:.................................................................................................................................................. 9
   3.        Careers Department: ......................................................................................................................... 9
   4.        Computers: ......................................................................................................................................... 9
   6.        Health Centre: .................................................................................................................................... 9
   7. Lateness: .............................................................................................................................................. 10
   8.        Leaving School During the Day: ...................................................................................................... 10
   9.        Library: ............................................................................................................................................. 10
   10.       Lost Property/Confiscated Items: .................................................................................................. 10
   11.        Money: ............................................................................................................................................. 10
   12.        Sports: .............................................................................................................................................. 10
   13.       Timetable and Options: ................................................................................................................... 11
   14.       Uniform:............................................................................................................................................ 11
   15.       Stationery: ........................................................................................................................................ 11
   16.       NZQA Fees for 2019:........................................................................................................................ 11
   17.       Deans: ............................................................................................................................................... 11
   18.       Cell Phones and other Personal Property:..................................................................................... 11
   20.       Homework: ....................................................................................................................................... 12
   21.       ID Cards: ........................................................................................................................................... 12
   22.       Library: ............................................................................................................................................. 12
   23:       Newsletters: ..................................................................................................................................... 12
   24.       Reports: ............................................................................................................................................ 12
   25.       Student Database: ............................................................................................................................ 12
   26.       Telephone: ........................................................................................................................................ 12
   27.       Trips and Camps: ............................................................................................................................. 12
   28.       Visitors to the School: ...................................................................................................................... 12
   29.       NCEA: ................................................................................................................................................ 13
   30.       BYOD (Bring Your Own Device): .................................................................................................... 13
Deans, Tutor and Student Expectations 2019 ............................................................................................. 14
Tangaroa College Uniform Lists 2019 .......................................................................................................... 17
Tangaroa College Stationery Lists 2019 ....................................................................................................... 18

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School Bell Times 2019

MONDAY                                     TUESDAY to FRIDAY

8:45       Period 1 Warning                8:45         Period 1 Warning
8:50       Period 1                        8:50         Period 1
9:40       Period 2                        9:45         Period 2
10:30      INTERVAL                        10:40        INTERVAL
10:55      Warning Bell                    11:05        Warning Bell
11:00      Tutor                           11:10        Tutor
11:40      Period 3                        11:50        Period 3
12:30      Period 4                        12:45        Period 4
1:20       LUNCH                           1:40         LUNCH
1:55       Warning Bell                    2:15         Warning Bell
2:00       Period 5                        2:20         Period 5
2:50       Dismissal                       3:15         Dismissal

WET LUNCH                                  WET LUNCH

1:45       Warning Bell                    2:05         Warning Bell
1:50       Period 4                        2:10         Period 5
2:40       Dismissal                       3:05         Dismissal

                      Important Dates 2019

                              2019 Term Dates:

        Term One:      Friday 1 February     -     Friday 12 April
        Term Two:      Monday 29 April       -     Friday 5 July
        Term Three:    Monday 22 July        -     Friday 27 September
        Term Four:     Monday 14 October     -     Friday 11 December

                              2019 Start Dates:

        Year 9    Monday 4 February       9am        In front of school
        Year 10   Friday 1 February       11am       Gym
        Year 11   Friday 1 February       11am       NRR (School Hall)
        Year 12   Friday 1 February       10am       Gym
        Year 13   Friday 1 February       11am       NRR (School Hall)

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School Map

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Proposed Subjects 2019

COMPULSORY           YEAR YEAR YEAR YEAR YEAR OPTIONS                            YEAR YEAR YEAR YEAR YEAR
                       9   10 11 12 13                                             9   10 11 12 13
English               *     *    *    *            Social Sciences
Mathematics           *     *    *    *            Social Studies                           *    *    *
Science               *     *    *                 Geography                                *    *    *
Social Studies        *     *                      History                                  *    *    *
Physical Education    *     *                      Tourism                                       *    *
Health                *     *                      Sciences
Digital Technology    *     *                      Biology                                  *    *    *
Visual Art            *                            Chemistry                                     *    *
Technology            *                            Physics                                       *    *
Music                 *                            Physical Science                         *
Te Reo Maori          *                            Mathematics
Drama                 *                            Mathematics                                        *
Samoan                *                            Mathematics with Statistics                        *
                                                   Mathematics with Calculus                          *
OPTIONS              YEAR YEAR YEAR YEAR YEAR Physical Education                            *    *    *
                       9   10 11 12 13 Health                                                    *    *
Arts                                               Hauora                                        *    *
Visual Art                  *    *    *    *       Outdoor Education                             *    *
Photography                           *    *       Sports Studies                                     *
Music                       *    *    *    *       English
Drama                       *    *    *    *       English Literature                                 *
Performing Arts                  *                 English Language                                   *
Commerce                                           Careers
Accounting                       *    *    *       Employment                               *
Business Studies                 *    *    *       Future Pathways                               *    *
Enterprise Studies          *                      Vocational Pathway                            *    *
Technology                                         Services
Food Technology             *    *    *    *       Services Academy                              *
Soft Materials              *                      Military Class                                     *
Fashion Design                   *    *    *       Languages
Hard Materials              *    *                 Te Reo Maori                        *    *    *    *
Engineering                           *    *       Gagana Samoa                        *    *    *    *
Carpentry                             *            Information Technology
Construction                               *       Digital Technologies                     *    *    *
DVC                         *    *    *    *       Office Systems                                *    *

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Guidelines
1.   Absence from School:
     The school collects daily and period by period attendance information. If students are absent
     from school they must bring a note to the office when they return to school. Parents or Guardians
     must let the school know by sending a note, an email or telephoning the school office.

     Students can expect their parents or guardians to be contacted if they are absent from school
     without a note. We take attendance very seriously and will follow up non-attendance with
     parents/guardians through letters, telephone calls and text.

2.   Canteen:
     The school has a canteen which is open at interval and lunchtime. The canteen sells a range of
     healthy food and drink options.

3.   Careers Department:
     Mrs Va’a, Ms Kingi and Mr Marsh work in the Careers Department. Mrs Va’a and Ms Kingi are
     available to help students plan for and access future career information, Scholarship applications
     and University or Polytech information. If students are considering further study once they leave
     school or getting a job, make an appointment to see Mrs Va’a or Ms Kingi to discuss ideas and
     get some help. The Careers Department will organise trips and guest speakers in the school over
     the year; read the daily notices for further information.

     Mr Marsh organises Gateway work placements. Gateway gives students in Year 12 and 13, an
     opportunity to have one day each week in a work place where they receive work experience and
     earn NCEA credits. If you are interested make an appointment to talk to Mr Marsh.

4.   Computers:
     Every student has an ID number. This is their username to log on to the school computer
     network. They will be given a password when they enrol. There are computers in the school
     library that are available for student use at lunchtime and interval. Students are expected to use
     computers appropriately and failure to do so may result in loss of computer access.

5.   Driving to school:
     Students wishing to drive a car to school must make application to Ms Pili – Associate Principal.
     Students will need to produce their driver’s licence and car registration. Students are NOT
     permitted to park in the staff car park at the front of the school or at the side of the school.

6.   Health Centre:
     The school Health Centre is open daily from 8:30am to 3:15pm. It is also open at lunchtime and
     interval. The centre is run by qualified school nurses, a qualified guidance counsellor, Mr Paumea
     McKay and Social Workers. If students wish to see a Nurse, Counsellor or Social Worker, they
     must have a note from their teacher.

     Also available on a part-time basis are:

        •    Doctor
        •    Physiotherapist
        •    Dentist/Dental Nurse (Smile Care)
        •    Specialist counsellors and health workers (diabetes etc.)

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7.    Lateness:
      If students are late to school their teacher will record them as late (L) in the Student Management
      System.

      Students are required to bring a note from a Parent/Guardian to have their lateness excused (E
      or J). Parents/Guardians will receive a text and they will need to respond with an explanation.

      ALL lateness is recorded and when a student has been late to school three times their
      Parent/Guardian will be notified by the subject or tutor teacher to talk about their lateness
      issues.

8.    Leaving School During the Day:
      If students need to leave school during the day to go to an appointment etc. they MUST bring a
      note from a Parent or Guardian. During period one, a Dean or Deputy Principal will issue a leave
      pass that you will use to sign in and out of the school office during the day.

      In the case of an emergency, the Parent or Guardian must come to the school office and we will
      locate the student/s. We are NOT able to let anyone not listed on the enrolment form take
      students out of school. We will contact Parent or Guardian if someone other than those people
      listed wish to access students at school.

      No student is permitted to leave the school grounds during the day without a leave pass.
      Students are not permitted to go to the shops during interval, lunch or study periods.

9.    Library:
      The school library is open every day from 8:30am - 3:30pm. It is open at interval and lunchtime
      for students to use. Students are able to be issued books from the library to take home.

10.   Lost Property/Confiscated Items:
      All lost property is handed in to the school office. Please check the school office if you have lost
      something. The school accepts no responsibility for lost or stolen ipods, tablets, cell
      phones etc.

      If a teacher has confiscated an item from a student, their Parent/Guardian will need to collect it
      from the school office on Friday after school between 3:00 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. To collect
      confiscated uniform etc., students will need to see the teacher that confiscated it from them.

11.    Money:
      If students bring money to school to pay for trips, NCEA exams etc. they must take the money
      straight to the school office where they will be given a receipt. Students are advised not to carry
      large amounts of money around with them during the day. The school accepts no responsibility
      for money that is lost or stolen. Refunds for school payments are available upon request to the
      budget holder and will be deposited in caregiver bank accounts.

12.    Sports:
      The school offers junior and senior students the opportunity to participate in a range of winter
      and summer sports during the year including: Waka Ama, Touch Rugby, Volleyball, Soccer,
      Basketball, Netball, Rugby, Athletics etc. Listen to the daily notices for information about sports
      trainings.

      Please see Kirk Jennings in his office in the Pavilion about any school sports.

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13.   Timetable and Options:
      All students are asked to choose their options in term three for the following year. Students have
      the opportunity before school starts and for one week in term 1 to make option changes.
      Students are to make sure they copy their timetable provided into their school diary. If students
      identify a problem with a timetable or options, they should talk to their Tutor Teacher first and
      may then need to see their Dean, or a Deputy Principal.

14.   Uniform:
      ALL students are expected to be in full school uniform at all times. If they are not able to wear
      correct school uniform they must bring a note from home. After Admin. time they take their note
      to the Dean’s office and they will be given a uniform pass for one or two days. Often the Dean or
      Deputy Principal will telephone home to discuss the problem with parents.

      Uniform passes are NOT given for jeans, jandals, hats, jerseys and jackets. Non-uniform
      items may be confiscated.

      A white T shirt may be worn underneath school uniform. All footwear must be black school
      sandals or plain black shoes that cover the whole foot. Slippers, jandals or slip on shoes are not
      permitted. Plain black or white socks are to be worn.

15.   Stationery:
      Our Stationery packs are available through Officemax - online (myschool.co.nz) and instore.

16.   NZQA Fees for 2019:
      NZQA Fees Pays for the qualifications gained from NCEA while at Tangaroa College. The fees are
      charged by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) not the school. Each year senior
      students are required to pay fees for their NZQA Qualifications (NCEA level 1, 2 and 3). Senior
      students will be given Financial Assistance Applications Forms to take home for parents /
      guardians to complete and return to the school office. This will result in a reduction in fees for
      those eligible for Financial Assistance. If NZQA fees are not paid – students will not receive their
      results.

17.   Deans:
      Can help students with any academic problems they may be experiencing in their classes. The
      Year Level Dean is available to look at student’s credits and discuss NCEA requirements with
      students. If Parents wish to speak to the Dean, they may telephone the office and make an
      appointment to see the appropriate Dean.

18.   Cell Phones and other Personal Property:
      Students who bring cell phones to school must NOT have them on or use them in class unless
      they are being used for learning / research as instructed by the teacher. If an item is seen to be
      causing disruptions or problems, it will be confiscated.

      Confiscated items are available for collection by Parents/ Guardians on Friday afternoons
      between 3.00 and 3.30 p.m. from a Deputy Principal at the School Office. Radios and
      speakers/sirens are not permitted at school and these items may be confiscated if seen by
      teachers.

      The school accepts no responsibility for loss or damage to the confiscated items.

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19.   Donation:

      The school donation is $50.00 per student or $70.00 per family and can be made at the school
      office.

20.   Homework:
      All students can expect to receive homework. Students in Year 11-13 will complete assignments
      and assessment tasks as homework. Parents/Caregivers can assist students by providing a quiet
      place where they are able to concentrate. The Tupu Library in Dawson Road and the school
      Library run homework centres where students can get assistance with their homework. Please
      telephone Tupu or School Libraries for hours. The Dean is available to answer Parent/Guardian
      questions about homework.

21.   ID Cards:
      ID Photographs are taken in Term 1. In 2019 ID Cards will be compulsory and will be distributed
      through tutor teachers once they arrive. ID Cards will be charged through the Tutor stationery
      requirements.

22.   Library:
      The school library is open every day from 8.30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. It is open at interval and
      lunchtime for students to use. Students are able to be issued books from the library to take home.

23:   Newsletters:
      A newsletter is sent home with students once per term. Newsletters contain information about
      upcoming events and news from the school.

24.   Reports:
      All students will receive three Reports per year; in Terms 1, 2 and 4. Parents are asked to collect
      their child’s Report at the Reporting opportunities in Terms 1 and 2. Parents will then have the
      opportunity to talk to teachers about student progress. The Term 4 Report is issued on the last
      day of school, however, Parents/Guardians may contact the school at any time to check on
      student progress or if they have any questions or concerns.

25.   Student Database:
      When Parents/Guardians complete an enrolment form, the contact information (name,
      telephone/address) is entered onto the school student database. If contact details change,
      please advise the school office.

26.   Telephone:
      Students are able to use a telephone during interval, lunchtime and directly after school by
      seeing their Dean.

27.   Trips and Camps:
      During the year, most students are offered opportunities to go on school trips or camps. We
      encourage students to participate in these activities because they enhance student learning.
      Parents/ Guardians will be asked to sign permission forms and contribute towards the cost of
      trips and camps and can contact the teacher in charge of the trip if they have any questions.

28.   Visitors to the School:
      All visitors to school are asked to report directly to the School Office. If Parents / Guardians need
      to see their child or give them something during the day, they are not to walk around the school.
      The office staff will deliver items to classes or get a child for them.

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29.      NCEA:
         NCEA is the Level 1, 2 and 3 qualifications that all year 11, 12 and 13 students work towards in
         all of their courses. Students gain credits through the year from assessments that they complete.
         Records of Learning print outs are supplied to senior students regularly.

            Fees                                                                     GST incl
            Domestic student entry for all NCEA standards and 3 scholarship subjects $76.70 per year
            Domestic student entry for an additional scholarship subject             $76.70 per subject
            International student entry to NCEA standards                            $383.30 per year
            International student entry to scholarship subjects                      $102.20 per subject

      Financial Assistance is available at $20 per student or $30 per family. Not eligible for Financial
      Assistance - $76.70 per student or $200 per family. Financial Assistance forms are available from
      the office. For further information please refer to:
      http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/about-us/our-role/legislation/fees/secondary-education-fees/

30.      BYOD (Bring Your Own Device):
         In 2019, Year 9 students will be expected to bring a chromebook or other digital device to school
         to use in lessons.

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Deans, Tutor and Student Expectations 2019

Deans Expectations                                  Tutor Teacher Expectations                                 Students Expectations

Primary Objective:                                  Tutor Teachers will deliver an effective tutor             All students must have high expectations of their
To Lead Tutor teachers to deliver an effective      programme and guidance plan that will meet the             learning in the classroom. – Aim high for excellence.
tutor programme and guidance plan that meets        objectives of the NZCs
objectives of the NZC s                                                                                        All students must organise themselves for class.
                                                    Key Tasks
Key Tasks:                                             1. In order to promote quality teaching and             All students must take personal responsibility to
Promote quality teaching and Learning       by             learning, tutor teachers need to ensure they        develop the habits you need for a lifetime of learning
implementing and monitoring a mentoring                    are well planned and organised for the tutor        and success.
programme where the tutor teacher is able to               program.
monitor their form class on students learning,                                                                 All students must show good citizenship by
achievement,      and       social/behavioural          2. Tutor teachers need to spend time preparing         respecting and learning about the many different
development.                                                 and planning for the outcomes of the tutor        cultures in the school, including Tikanga Maori.
                                                             program.
                                                                                                               All students will know and use the Tangaroa Mission
                                                        3. Tutor teachers will need support and                statement to affirm our values and beliefs.
                                                             encouragement to promote teaching and
                                                             learning.

                                                        4. Tutor teachers will build an inclusive
                                                             learning environment.

Primary Objective                                   Collaborative approach:                                        •   All students should have a portfolio to track
                                                                                                                       academic progress.
To plan for, implement and monitor academic         Tutor Teachers will ensure to promote high quality of
mentoring by tutor teachers, through the analysis   mentoring at all times:                                        •   All students must have an IEP plan to set
and use of achievement data.                                                                                           realistic academic goals.
Key Tasks:                                              1.   Tutor teachers need to develop good student           •   All students must be informed of the Junior
                                                             and teacher relationships in order to                     Diploma criteria.
   1. Deans will promote and encourage high                  promote high quality mentoring.
      quality mentoring at all times How? By                                                                       •   All Junior students should know their
      providing support / professional                  2.   Tutor teachers are able to link the data to the           reading level and strategies to improve.
      development for tutor teachers. Deans will             student’s required academic goals.
      offer support and professional development
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for tutor teachers on how to use the                                                                 •   All students will meet and have ongoing
         achievement information they are provided     3.   Tutor Teacher will have a good                        discussion with the tutor teacher to monitor
         with. When? Deans / Tutor Meetings, Staff          understanding of NCEA and career options.             academic progress.
         PD, one –on- one discussions
                                                       4.   Tutor teachers will be able to show or            •   All students must have a career plan.
    2.   Deans will use academic achievement to             provide evidence on the tracking and
         support and assist parents in their child’s        monitoring of student’s progress.                 •   All students will have access to the careers
         learning – NZQA process and qualifications.                                                              department.
         When?                                         5.   Tutor teacher will ensure they update and
         -   Parent meetings,                               monitor student’s progress on a regular
         -   NZQA evenings                                  basis and will report to the year level dean of   •   All students will need to know the NCEA
         -   A concern raised by the subject teacher        the overall progress per term.                        requirements from the dean and tutor
             or for attendance/behaviour issues.                                                                  teacher.
                                                       6.   Tutor teacher will follow school processes to
                                                            identify students that fall behind on NCEA
                                                            assessments.                                      •   Students who are performing below the
                                                                                                                  requirements will be referred to the Dean by
                                                       7.   Tutor teacher must track e-asTTle and                 the tutor teacher.
                                                            numeracy levels

                                                                                                              •   All students will encourage their parents to
                                                                                                                  attend parent conferencing, NCEA hubs,
                                                                                                                  whanau hui’s and subject performances.

To support students through integration of a           1.   Tutor teacher will promote a caring,              •   Student should be supported in a safe and
variety of strategies and support agencies / staff:         supportive and student focused                        clean learning environment.
                                                            environment.
Guidance Team                                                                                                 •   Student should have the confidence to
   -   Guidance Counsellor                             2.   Tutor teacher will develop good practise in           discuss any concerns or issues with the
   -   Social workers                                       identifying students who are at risk or who           tutor teacher or the dean.
   -   Nurses                                               are performing below expectations.
   -   RTLB referrals                                                                                         •   Student will be supported by having
   -   Outside agencies                                3.   Tutor teacher will ensure they use the                integrated support from the guidance team,
   -   Learning support                                     pastoral system to support student’s                  deans, learning support or SLT.
                                                            welfare and academic progress
Key Tasks                                                                                                     •   Student should never put their own or
                                                       4.   Tutor teacher will inform the dean of any             others health at risk.
As deans we need to ensure the wellbeing and safety         acute situations that arises in the classroom.
of our students is a top priority.

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-   We need to address particular issues some           •   Students should keep their own property
    individuals are experiencing                            safe and never interfere with the property
-   Deans are to work collaboratively with the              of others or the school.
    subject, tutor /Guidance/ SLT to support
    the social needs of the student.
-   Deans need to have a clear plan on the
    interventions that will be put in place to
    support the child’s learning, wellbeing etc.
    This plan needs to be communicated to the
    tutor/subject teachers with clear notes on
    KAMAR.
-   Deans to contribute to leadership role in
    school pastoral support system.

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Tangaroa College Uniform Lists 2019
                                         Available from New Zealand Uniforms
                                            16 Bishop Dunn Place, Botany
                                         Phone 09 281 3531 or 0800 698 643
                                       Monday – Friday       9:00am to 5:00pm
                                      Saturday                9:00am to 1:00pm
BOYS COMPULSORY:
            School royal blue polo shirt with college crest ……………………              $40.00
            School black trousers with college label…………………….…..or                $70.00
            School black shorts with college label …………………………..…                  $45.00

GIRLS COMPULSORY:
             School royal blue polo shirt with college crest ……………………             $40.00
             School black skirt with college label….…………………………..or                $70.00
             School black trousers with college label………………….……...or              $70.00
             School black shorts with college label ……………………….…….                 $45.00

FOOTWEAR:
                Plain black lace up school shoes …………………………….…..or
                Black roman sandals …………………………………………………...
                White or Black school socks ..………. ………………………………

OPTIONAL:
                School royal blue v-neck jersey with college crest ………………         $95.00
                School royal blue and black rain jacket with college crest ……     $95.00
                School PE top with college crest……………………………………..                  $45.00
                School PE shorts with college crest…………………………………..                $35.00
                School bucket hat with college crest……………………………….                 $15.00

                                                 YEAR 12 & 13
BOYS COMPULSORY:
            School white shirt with college label …………………..……………                  $55.00
            School black trousers with college label…………………………or                  $70.00
            School black shorts with college label………………………………                    $45.00

GIRLS COMPULSORY:
             School white shirt with college label ……………………………..…                 $55.00
             School black skirt with college label………………………...……or                $70.00
             School black trousers with college label …………………..……or               $70.00
             School black shorts with college label …………………….……or                 $45.00
             School black formal skirt with college label (wool blend) …..…       $90.00

FOOTWEAR:
                Plain black lace up school shoes……….…………………………or
                Black roman sandals …………………………………………………..
                White or Black school socks …………………………………………

OPTIONAL:
                School royal blue v-neck vest with college crest …………………          $79.00
                School royal blue blazer with college crest …..……………………          $160.00
                School tie ………………………………………….………………………                             $40.00
                School royal blue v-neck jersey with college crest ………………         $95.00
                School royal blue and black rain jacket with college crest …….    $89.00
                School bucket hat with college crest……………………………….                 $15.00

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Tangaroa College Stationery Lists 2019

                                         YEAR 9 CORE
BYOD - Chromebook                            Minimum specs:
                                             4GB RAM
                                             11.6 inch screen
                                             16GB Storage
                                             Wifi 802.11 n
                                             Webcam
                                             Speaker
                                             Headphones port
                                             (Touchscreen not required)

                                             Recommendation: Rugged Chromebook from Manukau
                                             PB Technologies
Art                                          1 x 4B Pencil
English                                      2 x A4 Refill (100 leaf)
                                             1 x A4 Clear File (40 page)
                                             2 x 2B8
Information Technology                       1 X 1B5
Mathematics                                  1 x 1E5
                                             1 x scientific calculator
                                             $15 Course Fee
Music                                        1 x 1B5
                                             1 x A4 Clear File (40 page)
Physical Education/Health                    2 x 1B5
                                             1 x A4 Clear File (20 page)
Science                                      1 x 2B5
                                             $5 Course Fee
Social Studies                               2 x 1B5
Technology                                   1 x 2B5
Tutor Class                                  1 x 1B5
                                             2 x 4 colour Pens
                                             6 x Mechanical Pencils
                                             1 x Pencil Sharpener
                                             1 x Set of Colouring Pencils
                                             1 x Ruler
                                             1 x Glue Stick
                                             1 x Pencil Case
                                             1 x small sellotape
                                             1 x small scissors
                                             2 x highlighters
                                             $6 ID Card

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YEAR 10 CORE
English                                    2 x A4 Refill (100 leaf)
                                           2 x A4 Clear File (10 page)
                                           2 x 2B5
Mathematics                                1 x 1E5
                                           1 x scientific calculator
                                           $20 Course Fee
Physical Education                         2 x 1B5
                                           1 x A4 Clear File (20 page)
Science                                    1 x 2B5
                                           $5 Course Fee
Social Studies                             2 x 1B5
Tutor Class                                1 x 1B5
                                           2 x 4 colour Pens
                                           6 x Mechanical Pencils
                                           1 x Pencil Sharpener
                                           1 x Set of Colouring Pencils
                                           1 x Ruler
                                           1 x Glue Stick
                                           1 x Pencil Case
                                           1 x small sellotape
                                           1 x small scissors
                                           2 x highlighters
                                           $6 ID Card

                                      OPTIONS (x2)
Art (AR)                                   1 x 4B Pencil
                                           1 x Eraser
                                           1 x Ballpoint Pen
Drama (DR)                                 1 x 1B5
Digital Technology (DT)                    1 x 1B5
Digital & Visual Communication (DV)        1 x A4 Clear File (20 page)
                                           1 x A3 Warwick Drawing Envelope
Food Technology (HO)                       1 x 2B5
                                           1 x A4 Clear File (40 page)
Gagana Samoa (SA)                          1 x 1B5
                                           1 x A4 Clear File (20 page)
Music (MU)                                 1 x 1B5
                                           1 x 3B Pencil
                                           1 x A4 Clear File (40 page)
Te Reo Maori (MR)                          1 X 2B5
                                           1 x A4 Refill (100 leaf)
                                           1 x Ring Binder
                                           1 x A4 Clear File (40 page)
Technology - Hard (TH)                     1 x A4 Clear File (40 page)
Textiles                                   1 x A4 Clear File (20 page)

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YEAR 11 CORE
Mathematics (MA, MAA, MAB, MAC)        1 x 1E5
                                       1 x Scientific calculator
                                       $30 Course Fee
Science (SC)                           2 x 2B5
                                       $5.00 Science Workbook
English (EN, ENA, ENB, ENC)            2 x A4 Refill (100 leaf)
                                       1 x A4 Clear File (20 page)
                                       2 x 2B5
Tutor Class                            1 x 1B5
                                       2 x 4 colour Pens
                                       6 x Mechanical Pencils
                                       1 x Pencil Sharpener
                                       1 x Set of Colouring Pencils
                                       1 x Ruler
                                       1 x Glue Stick
                                       1 x Pencil Case
                                       2 x Highlighters
                                       $6 ID Card
                                       $20 NCEA Admin Fee

                                  OPTIONS (x2)
Art (AR)                               1 x 4B Pencil
                                       1 x 0.3 Graphic Pen
                                       1 x Eraser
Accounting (AC)                        1 x 1B5
                                       1 x A4 Document Wallet
Biology (BI)                           1 x 2B5
                                       $10 Course Fee
Business Studies (BS)                  1 x 2B5
                                       1 x A4 Clear File (40 page)
Digital Technology (DT)                2 x A4 Clear File (40 page)
                                       1 x 2B5
                                       1 x 4GB Flash Drive
Drama (DR)                             2 x 1A8
Economics (EC)                         1 x 2B5
                                       1 x Ruler
Gagana Samoa (SA)                      1 x A4 Clear File (20 page)
                                       2 x 2B5
History (HI)                           1 x A4 Document Wallet
                                       1 x 1B5
Hospitality (HO)                       1 x 2B5
                                       1 x A4 Clear File (60 page)
Maori (MR)                             1 x A4 Refill (100 leaf)
                                       1 x Ring Binder
                                       1 x 2B5
                                       1 x A4 Clear File (20 page)
Music (MU)                             1 x A4 Clear File (60 page)
                                       1 X 3B Pencil
                                       1 X A4 Refill (100 leaf)
                                       1 x 4 or 8gb Flash Drive
Physical Education (PE)                2 x 1B5
                                       1 x A4 Clear File (20 page)
Social Studies (SS)                    1 x 1B5
                                       1 x A4 Clear File (60 page)
                                       1 x A4 Document Wallet
Technology – Hard (TH)                 1 x A4 Clear File (40 page)

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YEAR 12 & 13
Accounting (AC)                                            1 x 1B5
                                                     12
                                                           1 x A4 Document Wallet
                                                           1 x Basic Calculator
                                                     13    1 x 1B5
                                                           1 x A4 Document Wallet
Biology (BI)                                               1 x 2B5
                                                     12
                                                           $10 Course Fee
                                                           1 x 2B5
                                                     13
                                                           $10 Course Fee
Business Studies (BS)                                      1 x 2B5
                                                     All
                                                           1 x A4 Clear File (40 page)
Chemistry (CH)                                             1 x 2B5
                                                     12
                                                           $10 Course Fee
                                                           1 x 2B5
                                                     13
                                                           $10 Course Fee
Digital Technology (DT) / Business Administration          1 x A4 Clear file (40 page)
(BA) / Computer Programming (CP)                           1 x A4 Clear file (20 page)
                                                     All
                                                           1 x 2B5
                                                           1 x 4GB Flash Drive
Trades (TR) / Carpentry (CA)                         All   1 x A4 Clear File (40 page)
Digital & Visual Communication                             1 x A4 Clear File (40 page)
                                                     All
                                                           1 x A3 Warwick Drawing Envelope
Drama (DR)                                                 1 x 1A8
                                                     All
                                                           1x A4 ringbinder (2 ring)
English (EN, ENA, ENB, ENC)                                2 x A4 Refill (100 leaf)
                                                     All   1 x A4 Clear File (20 page)
                                                           2 x 2B5
Engineering (EE)                                           1 x A4 Refill (100 leaf)
                                                     All
                                                           1 x A4 Clear file (40 page)
Future Pathways (FP)                                 All   1 x 1B8
Gagana Samoa (SA)                                          1 x A4 Clear File (40 page)
                                                     All
                                                           2 x 2B5
Geography (GE) / Travel and Tourism (TO)                   1 x 2B5
                                                     All   1 x A4 Refill (100 leaf)
                                                           1 x A4 Clear File (20 page)
Health (HH)                                                1 x 1B5
                                                     All
                                                           1 x A4 Clear File (20 page)
History (HI)                                               1 x A4 Clear File (40 page)
                                                     All   1 x A4 Refill (100 leaf)
                                                           1 x 2B5
Hospitality (HO)                                           1 x 2B5
                                                     All
                                                           1 x A4 Clear File (60 page)
Maori (MR)                                                 1 x A4 Refill (100 leaf)
                                                           1 x Ring Binder
                                                     All
                                                           1 x 2B5
                                                           1 x A4 Clear File (40 page)
Mathematics (MA) / Calculus (MC) / Statistics (MS)         1 x 1E5
                                                     All   1 x Scientific calculator (Graphics)
                                                           $25 Course Fee
Music (MU)                                                 1 x A4 Clear File (60 page)
                                                           1 X 3B Pencil
                                                     All
                                                           1 X A4 Refill (100 leaf)
                                                           1 x 8gb Flash Drive
Multimedia Art (MAP)                                       1 x 4B Pencil
                                                           1 x 0.3 Graphic Pen
                                                     All
                                                           1 x Eraser
                                                           1 x A4 Spiral Bound Visual Diary

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Physical Education (PE) / Sports Studies (SO) /         2 x 1B5
                                                  All
Physical Leadership (PL)                                2 x A4 Clear File (20 page)
Physics (PH)                                            1 x 2B5
                                                  12
                                                        $10 Course Fee
                                                        1 x 2B5
                                                  13    1 x Scientific Calculator
                                                        $10 Course Fee
Social Studies (SS)                               All   1 x 1B5
Tutor Class (Compulsory)                          All   1 x 1B5
                                                        2 x 4 colour Pens
                                                        6 x Mechanical Pencils
                                                        1 x Pencil Sharpener
                                                        1 x Set of Colouring Pencils
                                                        1 x Ruler
                                                        1 x Glue Stick
                                                        1 x Pencil Case
                                                        2 x highlighters
                                                        $6 ID Card
                                                        $20 NCEA Admin Fee

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