Derived Grade Exams will be held for senior students from Thursday 14 to Wednesday 20 September 2017. Normal senior classes will not operate on these days.
Year 9 and 10 classes will not be affected.
These exams are critical as they provide us with specific evidence of achievement against the external standard if we need to predict a result due to unforeseen circumstances. This includes if exams are affected by natural events, as they were last year when over 200 students at Nayland College were unable to sit NCEA exams the day after the Kaikoura earthquake
The purpose of this time is, among other things, to:
The week will also:
Provide time for students to complete assignments, portfolios, etc.
For subjects without exams, students may be expected to attend a practical or tutorial, work on assignments or portfolios, or complete course-related work under supervision. This information is included within the exam timetable.
The attached timetable lays out when the exam and practical sessions will be held. There may be some minor changes to rooming; there will be signs up on the day to inform students.
NZQA fees were due on 24th August. this date gives us time to organise the money and send it to NZQA by our deadline. After this point we cannot collect any payments and they all need to paid to NZQA directly, with the appropriate paperwork, and a $50 late fee is it is after December 1.
If you have not yet paid, please pay urgently. If you are eligible for financial assistance, as you have a community service card, benefit income or income that qualifies you for a CSC, please let the Business Centre know when you come to pay. With financial assistance fees are $20 per individual or $30 for a family.