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PACE

Background

‘PACE' is being delivered throughout the year in one weekly morning form period.

P A C E stands for

  • Pastoral
  • Academic
  • Careers
  • Educational (Holistic)

2017 PACE Overview

Year 9 Transition from Intermediate to Secondary

  • Developing self awareness and social awareness
  • Subject choices in consultation with appropriate staff
  • Transition process - Intermediate to Secondary
  • Familiarity with school culture, co-curricular and processes

Year 10 Good Akina Man Programme

  • Developing self awareness
  • Planning
  • Goal setting
  • Consultation with appropriate staff regarding subject choices.
  • Recognition of and adherence to school rules, regulations and boundaries
  • Role models for Junior School

YEAR 11 Preparation for NCEA

  • Developing self awareness
  • Goal setting (academic)
  • Job exploration
  • C.V. presentation,
  • Subject choices in consultation with appropriate staff.
  • Organisation and preparation for NCEA examinations and academic goals.
  • Drivers Licence Education
  • Careers Speakers
  • Financial literacy

YEAR 12 Careers and Study Skills

  • Job exploration
  • Goal Setting
  • Study Methods
  • Essay Writing (How to construct)
  • Time Management
  • Targeted CV

YEAR 13 Tertiary/Employment Awareness

  • Goal Setting
  • Tertiary awareness
  • Job exploration
  • Job hunting opportunities
  • Specific vocational pathway
  • Attaining L3 qualification/University Entrance
  • Increasing presence in the wider community

Note:  As we are all aware circumstances and focus areas change as the year progresses and the above cannot be ‘set in stone.'