Posts Tagged ‘NCEA’

Catholic schools top Taranaki results Comments 0

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

For the first time the New Zealand Qualifications Authority has collated and publicly released NCEA results for all secondary schools, giving a snapshot of how they performed in exams last year. Of the 14 secondary schools in Taranaki only five were above the national average for the number of students who passed NCEA level 3. Read more

John Paul College tops NCEA Averages Comments 0

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

John Paul College and Reporoa College are the only schools in the Rotorua area to have beaten the national average for NCEA achievement at every year Level.

The National Certificate of Educational Achievement 2011 statistics were recently released by the New Zealand Qualifications Association, revealing the pass rates for Rotorua high schools.John Paul College

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School Term changes good for traffic, bad for Pompallier students Comments 0

Friday, September 30th, 2011
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The Ministry of Education last year instructed schools to adjust their terms to allow for a longer than normal holiday in October. The Ministry said the move would ease traffic movement in Auckland during the World Cup Pompallier Catholic College principal Richard Stanton said the school term changes would disadvantage this year’s NCEA students. “Instead of having four Read more

Hato Petera College – threatened stand downs illegal Comments 0

Friday, September 23rd, 2011
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Hato Petera College is accused of acting illegally after sending every year 13 pupil a letter which threaten stand downs  if they fail NCEA. YouthLaw, a free legal service representing pupils with grievances against schools, says the letter clearly breaches the Education Act. In his September 2 letter, principal Hohepa Campbell said many of the co-ed Read more