Programme Overview


The New Zealand Curriculum

Academic achievement is a school priority. The school intends that graduates should have mastered the fundamental skills of accurate and deep reading, of writing and speaking with clarity and coherence; can use the tools of mathematical and logical reasoning to solve practical problems; be skilled researchers, highly competent with information and communications technologies and readily be able to embrace new areas of knowledge.

Essential Learning areas

English, the arts, health and physical education, learning languages, mathematics and statistics, science,
social sciences, and technology

Key Competencies

Key competencies are the capabilities people have, and need to develop, to live and learn today and in the future.

The New Zealand Curriculum identifies five key competencies:

  • Thinking

  • Relating to others

  • Using language, symbols, and texts

  • Managing self

  • Participating and contributing

EBIS CUrriculum

EBIS offers many different learning experiences such as Camps; Outdoor Education; Environment Care;

Production; Kapa Haka; Concerts; Talent Quest; Choir; Instrumental and Vocal Groups; Instrument Tuition; Music and Performing Arts Festivals; Cultural Festivals; Visual Art Exhibitions; Television & Film Productions

Speech; Languages (Mandarin, Korean); Literature; Writing; Mathematics; Science; Visual Art; Technology; Environmental; International Competitions

Inter Class & School Sports; Zone & all Wellington and regional sports competitions

Cycle track, Interchallenge, basketball, football, badminton

Socials/Dances; Community Service; Student Government

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