Earlier this year, as part of a special Waikato War project undertaken by our entire Year 10 student group, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern spent an extended time at Waikato Museum discussing her love of New Zealand History with the group.

Why study the
Social Sciences?

  • ϖ Students need opportunities to develop connections across a wide range of experiences, supporting the skills necessary for lifelong learning.
  • ϖ They need to understand how their learning in the Social Sciences can connect to and build on other learning areas, and life outside and beyond school. When they do, it is a powerful tool to motivate, engage, and enhance the relevance of their learning.
  • ϖ Subjects in the Social Sciences are closely linked not only to each other, but also across other learning areas allowing a cross-curricular approach that will benefit student achievement.
  • ϖ Achievement and Unit standards from a range of subjects could provide opportunities to assess students.

Contact Us
Location: 50-64 Waerenga Road, Te Kauwhata, New Zealand
Phone: (07) 826 3715

2020 Term Dates
Term 1: Wed 29th Jan - Thu 9th Apr
Term 2: Tue 28th Apr - Fri 3rd Jul
Term 3: Mon 20th Jul - Fri 25th Sep
Term 4: Mon 12th Oct - Tue 8th Dec

Please Note for Term 1 Start Dates:
Year 13 - Wed 29th Jan @ 8:30AM
Year 11 & 12 - Fri 31st Jan @ 8:30AM
All Students - Mon 3rd Feb @ 8:30AM