Tauraroa Area School - TE KURA TAKIWA O TAURAROA Tauraroa Area School - TE KURA TAKIWA O TAURAROA



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Important Announcements

Latest newsletter   16 Sept 2022

From the Principal & BoT   Mask wearing Term 3

2022 Stationery Lists: We have teamed up with Office Max MySchool to make it easy for you to purchase all your family's school stationery needs for 2022. Avoid the last minute rush and help the school earn rewards at the same time. Click here to order now. [View Stationery Lists on the Being Informed page under Stationery/BYOD.] 

TAS Junior Prizegiving     9:30am to 12pm       https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MaJeRR50PeM

TAS Senior Prizegiving     1pm to 3pm      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gu-jUmMsmYQ

Mrs Magee's Mathematics resources website

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TAS Prospectus TAS Prospectus

Online application for enrolment form Enrolment Application Form 

Teacher Vacancy Application Forms


Tauraroa Area School Managing National Assessment Report 2022 from NZQA

NCEA Explained Useful Exam Links NZQA 2022 Examination Timetable NCEA Fees



NCEA information evening Mon 1st August 2022. For Year 10, 11, & 12 students and caregivers. Information for 2022 NCEA examinations and 2023 course handbooks will be available as e-copies on the school website and sent via email ASAP.

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All about NCEA - National Certificate of Educational Achievement - Levels 1-3

Download the Guide to NCEA booklet (pdf) or te reo version

NZQA's Page for Parents

NCEA Explained- This link is to the NZQA pages where everything you need to know about the National Certificates of Educational Achievement is explained. Note that owing to the disruptions to learning and assessment by COVID-19 there are some changes specific to 2023. Information about these changes will be available ASAP. 

Information about NCEA and Scholarship Entry Fees

These fees have been charged by the NZQA for NCEA and Scholarship entries. They have bee charged each year for each student entered into NCEA and collected by the school for bulk payment. In 2019 the NCEA fees for domestic NZ students has been removed but International fee-paying students are still charged if they enter NCEA assessments. There are other fees for various things such as reprints, reconsiderations and searches for past results. http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/about-us/our-role/legislation/fees/secondary-education-fees/

Useful Links

Information for students who need to apply for a derived grade

Study and Revision Advice