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The Pathways Faculty exists to ensure all students experience relevant and meaningful learning that nurtures them to realise their full potential. We aim to equip our students with skills and insight so they can confidently transition into society according to their God-given calling and purpose.
We run programmes throughout the school year for students in Year 7-13. The Pathways Centre is also open for general enquires during school hours. Feel free to pop in and visit us, or you can make an appointment with Mrs Cherie Perrow for individual career guidance or subject selection advice.
Every student from Year 7 to Year 13 will be actively involved in planning their future learning and career goals through the Career Central platform. Career Central is a comprehensive online tool that allows students to develop an understanding of their identity over time, in order to transition from KingsWay into confident and connected life-long learners.
Please note that in order to have an appointment with Cherie, all students must complete Steps 1 & 2 of their Career Central profile, and their bulls-eye assessment (yellow icon at bottom of home page) before attending. Click on the link below for Career Central, then use Microsoft login details.
MoneyHub, a consumer finance website, has published a guide to hundreds of scholarships for any student planning to start university in 2023. The comprehensive list includes scholarships offered by every university as well as those specifically available to local students. A list of privately-funded, Maori, Pacific and International university scholarships completes the list. For more details and to find suitable scholarships, visit the MoneyHub Scholarship page here
All about Scholarships – Read more here about Scholarships from Careers.govt.nz
University of Auckland – Scholarship information
How to apply for scholarships – Click here
Talking careers with your young person – find out how to help your young person explore their future career
No major drama – the smart way to learn about NZ University Majors
Thinking about University – a guide for NZ parents, students, and whanau
How to choose NCEA subjects
School subject matcher – matching school subjects to jobs
Studylink – for guidance and help on what you need to do when you’re starting study
Skills for Employability – Pathways and training in ICT sector
Your World, Your Way – University of Auckland Virtual Experience
All about Careers – A useful webpage to provide you with information about different career information
Apprenticeships – The ins and outs of apprenticeships
More about apprenticeships – Moneyhub’s definitive guide
Funding for your studies – information with regards to funding, student loans and fees-free options.
Qualifications in different fields – A good summary of all different study options for different fields.
Parent Resources – An informative source for parents providing information about NCEA and Pathways.
AUT LIVE On Demand – Presentations for different degrees on offer at AUT
Helping youth make career decisions – How to help your teen make career choices
Year 13 Student Checklist – Ticking all the boxes for the future
CV Templates for Students – A useful tool to make sure your CV stands out
Student Job Cover Letter Templates – Tips to write the best cover letter for your CV
Common Interview questions – Attend a job interview with confidence
Guide to choosing subjects – University of Auckland
Student Jobs Directory
Career NZ – Tools to develop an understanding of the NZ career clusters, occupational training and qualifications
Parent’s guide to work experience – A helpful video about Gateway and work experience for parents
CV Template for Students – How to write your CV
Student Job Cover Letter Template – Getting it done right
8 Common Interview Questions for Students – Preparing for the interview
New Zealand Cadet Forces – for students interested in Air Training
Production Team Member – School leaver – SEEK – BOA Hydraulics Silverdale is looking for school-leavers that would like to join their team and receive hands-on training
Mrs Cherie Perrow – Head of Pathways
Mrs Charné Marais – Pathways Administrator
Location: Opposite Allen Block- Senior Campus
Phone: 09 427 0937
Open: Mon – Fri 8:45am – 3:15pm
Kingsway School, PO Box 54, Red Beach, 0945
100 Jelas Road, Red Beach, P: +64-9-200-1931
2 Bonair Crescent, Silverdale, P: +64-9-200-1831
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