As your child progresses through primary, middle, and senior school, their routine, subject areas, and depth of learning will naturally change.
The primary school day is divided into five teaching periods, with two breaks to eat, and play in either our large indoor playground and outdoor recreation area, or in the Auckland Domain (with supervision).
From Year 1, your child will be given appropriate homework activities, to help them extend and practice their classroom learning.
In the middle school, students are taught by specialist teachers and have the chance to use specialist learning facilities.
Our courses are flexible, and individualised to meet your child’s needs. Strengths are identified so students can develop their talents, while the programme identifies any weaknesses so teachers can support students to move forward.
In Years 12 to 13, we offer a well-rounded, challenging curriculum. Students are taught by specialist teachers, and have the opportunity to choose some of their own subject areas.
At this level, we aim to prepare your child for a high level of success in their chosen qualification, and prepare them for further study at university.
From 2019, ACG Parnell College, Senior Campus will prepare Year 12 and 13 students for university by offering a choice between Cambridge A Levels and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma.
Enrolling with ACG Parnell College is simple and our admissions team will guide you through the process.