Correspondence School - Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu
Learning at Te Kura
Many of the courses have online or digital components so access to a computer with internet is advisable for most students and is a requirement for dual students enrolled in NCEA courses.
In addition to online content and depending on what you are studying, we may provide a range of other teaching materials including workbooks, readers, CDs and DVDs, interactive CD-ROMs, textbooks, mathematics and science boxes, art packs, and craft materials for technology.
Learning at a distance doesn’t have to mean learning alone. Our learning advisors and teachers are in regular contact with students and their families to offer advice and support. There are also opportunities for face-to-face contact at events, advisories and tutorials.
These courses are only successful if you are motivated to learn and meet the deadlines set down by Te Kura.
Courses in this Learning Area
Accounting, Art History, Business Studies, Chemistry, Chinese, Classical Studies, Commerce Studies, Design and Visual Communication, Digital Technology, Economics, Health Education, Home Economics, Legal Studies, Life Skills, Media Studies, Music, Pathways Education, Physics, Primary Production, Special Education Programme, Te Reo Māori,