Rangi Ruru follows the New Zealand Curriculum, which specifies eight learning areas; English, The Arts, Health and Physical Education, Languages, Mathematics and Statistics, Science, Social Sciences and Technology.
The learning associated with each area is part of a broad, general education and lays a foundation for later specialisation. As with the key competencies, this learning is both end and means; valuable in itself and valuable for the pathways it opens to other learning.
While the learning areas are presented as distinct, this does not limit the ways in which we can structure the learning experiences offered to students. All learning should make use of the natural connections that exist between learning areas and that link learning areas to the values and key competencies.Courses & Subjects
NCEA is a standards-based qualification combining both internal and external assessments. Students have the opportunity of studying for Levels 1 to 3 of NCEA and University Entrance, as well as entering for Scholarship Examinations.NCEA
Below you will find information relating to assessment at all levels (not just NCEA), as well as appeals, authenticity and derived grades.Assessment