Assessment Procedures, Careers Pathways & Study Guides etc
1 WIFI USE AGREEMENT
WIFI Use Agreement – (for Wifi etc) please print out, complete and return LAST PAGE ONLY to the IT Office
2 ASSESSMENT PROCEDURES 2019
Assessment Procedures 2019
3 CAREER PATHWAYS GUIDE 2018
Career Pathways Guide 2018
4 SPC STUDY GUIDE
SPC Study Guide
5 SPC STUDY SKILLS STRATEGIES – FOR PARENTS
SPC Study Skills Strategies – for Parents
6 SPC EXAM TIPS
SPC Exam Tips
7 EXAMINATION RULES
8 SPC BREACH OF RULES – INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
St Peter’s College Breach of Rules – Internal Assessment
10 CAREMONKEY OVERVIEW
CareMonkey Overview (SPC electronic off-site permission system)
Year 13 2019 - Academic Guides & Portal Instructions
YEAR 13 2019
Note: The portal closed for the initial selection for Year 13s NCEA 2019 on Thursday 30th August 2018 at midday.
Note: The portal closed for the initial selection for Year 13s CIE 2019 on Thursday 9th August 2018 at midday.
Year 12 2019 - Academic Guides & Portal Instructions
YEAR 12 2019
Note: The portal closed for the initial selection for Year 12 NCEA students 2019 on Thursday 6th September at midday.
Note: The portal closed for the initial selection for Year 12 CIE students 2019 on Thursday 16th August 2018 at midday.
Year 11 2019 - Academic Guides & Portal Instructions
YEAR 11 2019
Note: The portal closed on Thursday 13th September at midday for students taking NCEA in Year 11 2019.
Note: The portal closed on Thursday 23rd August 2018 for students taking CIE in Year 11 2019.
Year 10 2019 - Academic Guides & Portal Instructions
Middle School General Academic Information
There is a highly structured academic programme in the Middle School. All subjects adhere to the New Zealand Curriculum and the syllabus from Junior Cambridge to prepare students for their life in the Secondary School.
Our academic expectations and results are high. The assessments we use are comprehensive with the key focus around mid-year and end-of-year examinations. We believe this provides a structure of learning that suits boys.
Our timetable follows a five-day programme with seven periods per day. 70% of subjects are taught by the House Class teacher with specialist secondary teachers taking subjects such as Science, Music, Technology, Art and Languages. This integration with the Senior School in Year 7 and 8 contributes to the effective transitioning into the Senior School which begins in Year 9.