Our KingsWay Curriculum aligns KingsWay School’s Special Character and unique context with the intent of the New Zealand National Curriculum.
The Senior School curriculum links students to the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and the National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA).
The high expectations of teachers, parents and students ensure academic as well as co-curricular success. KingsWay School students frequently perform above the national average in external examinations and move on to successful tertiary study in significant numbers, equipped with skills and the love of learning that continues to serve them for the rest of their lives.
Our Learning Programme
Our students achieve well above the national average in NCEA. To assist in this, we have various programmes in place.
Navigating NCEA can be complex. We aim to keep all information as clear as possible for both students and parents/guardians.
We aim to provide the necessary information required for students to make informed decisions about their subject choices in Senior School.
KingsWay School is committed to using Digital Learning in our curriculum to enhance and transform teaching and learning.
The Learning Support Department aims to support those students who find the areas of learning and social understanding a challenge.
KingsWay students achieved significantly higher results in 2020 in all aspects of NCEA compared to both Decile 8-10 schools and national results. We are very pleased with this outcome. All results from our past year can be found in our Annual School Report.