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Master Geek


Topic # 62393 6-Jun-2010 02:06
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I'm trying to find a list of all subject that are being thaught in secondary schools in NZ... but I haven't had any luck yet... pls help :)



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  Reply # 338683 6-Jun-2010 02:34
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it really depends on the school, the basics like math, science, english, history, geography, economics, computing, languages (options depend on school), music, art, PE, health, wood work, metal work, graphics and im sure theri on some which i have left out. Then each school will have some subjects that not all schools teach. An example is my school is the only school in dunedin to offer a web design course and not all achools teach things like accounting or drama it really depends whether they can get a teacher for that subject and whether enough students take the course. Im sure the nzqa website will have a list of all the required subjects school must teach.

hope this helps



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Master Geek


  Reply # 338687 6-Jun-2010 02:46
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thank you... you both helped :)

...are there any schools that teach philosophy? :)

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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 338712 6-Jun-2010 09:20

http://nzqa.govt.nz/ncea/resources/index.html

Those are the main 'supported' subjects for NCEA which you'll find most schools teach.

Schools may teach unapproved subjects which are still worth NCEA subjects but you may have to do it via VLN due to the low numbers that would want to take the course.

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