In Year 9 & 10, learners continue to develop their sense of identity and turangawaewae.
Our students are given real opportunities to develop their social actions and collaborations through Environment Southland and Enviroschools projects.
Their naturally curious nature is encouraged and explored in a safe whãnau environment.
Students transition through the middle years developing further their understanding of the pathway to further study and adulthood.
All students continue to build on the foundations of Literacy and Numeracy. They enjoy specialist science teaching, preparing students for the specialist Chemistry, Biology and Physics areas they will take in Years 12 & 13.
Te Reo/ Te Ao Māori
All students in Years 7-10 will learn Te Reo/ Te Ao Māori. At Aparima College we recognise Māori as the Tangata Whenua of Aotearoa New Zealand and support all students to participate and protect Māori as equal Treaty Partners.
Students experience a range of taster courses throughout Year 7-10 including Woodwork/Construction, Food Technology, Agriculture (Year 9/10), Digital and Visual Communication and German (Year 9/10).
Health and PE
Students enjoy a comprehensive Health and PE programme this includes lessons and opportunities to engage with sport-specific coaches and health professionals.