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Languages

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Why Study Languages?

All students benefit from learning another language from the earliest practicable age. Such learning broadens students general language abilities and brings their own language into sharper focus. It enriches them intellectually, socially, and culturally, it offers an understanding of the ways in which other people think and behave, and it also furthers international relations and trade.

 



Courses Available in this department

Junior:
Year 10 Chinese
Year 10 Chinese
Year 10 French
Year 10 French
Year 10 German
Year 10 German
Year 10 Japanese
Year 10 Japanese
Year 10 Te Reo Maori
Year 10 Te Reo Maori
Year 9 French
Year 9 French
Year 9 Chinese
Year 9 Chinese
Year 9 German
Year 9 German
Year 9 Te Reo Māori
Year 9 Te Reo Māori
Year 9 Japanese
Year 9 Japanese
Year 10 Korean for Beginners
Year 10 Korean for Beginners
Year 10 Spanish for Beginners
Year 10 Spanish for Beginners

NCEA:
Level 1 Chinese
Level 1 Chinese
Level 1 French
Level 1 French
Level 1 German
Level 1 German
Level 1 Japanese
Level 1 Japanese
Level 1 Te Reo Māori
Level 1 Te Reo Māori
Level 2 Te Reo Māori
Level 2 Te Reo Māori
Level 2 Japanese
Level 2 Japanese
Level 2 Chinese
Level 2 Chinese
Level 2 German
Level 2 German
Level 2 French
Level 2 French
Level 3 Japanese
Level 3 Japanese
Level 3 Te Reo Māori
Level 3 Te Reo Māori
Level 3 French
Level 3 French
Level 3 Chinese
Level 3 Chinese
Level 3 German
Level 3 German
Level 3 Chinese for Native Speakers
Level 3 Chinese for Native Speakers
Level 3 Korean for Native Speakers
Level 3 Korean for Native Speakers
Level 1 Korean Studies
Level 1 Korean Studies
Level 1 Spanish Studies
Level 1 Spanish Studies

Cambridge:
AS Japanese Language
AS Japanese Language
AS French Language
AS French Language
AS Chinese Language
AS Chinese Language
A2 French Language
A2 French Language
A2 Chinese Language
A2 Chinese Language
AS German
AS German
A2 German
A2 German