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HEALTH - Level 1
Course Description
Students will develop the skills needed to establish fitness, healthy practices and health maintenance. They will develop strategies for achieving and maintaining their own wellbeing.
Qualifications: Credits towards NCEA
Contact Neil Anderson
Level 1 Credits (AS)
LevelCreditNumLit
90971 Take an action to enhance an aspect of personal wellbeingL1/Int3L1
91097 Demonstrate understanding of ways in which well-being can change and strategies to support wellbeing L1/Int4L1
90973 Demonstrate understanding of interpersonal skills used to enhance relationshipsL1/Int5L1
90975 Demonstrate understanding of issues to make health-enhancing decisions in drug-related situationsL1/Ext4L1
90974 Demonstrate understanding of strategies for promoting positive sexualityL1/Int4L1
HEALTH - Level 2
Prerequisite: Students who have not previously studied Health may be admitted at the discretion of the HOD. A high level of literacy is required
Course Description
This is a course suitable for students anticipating a career in Health or community industries such as dietician, nursing or social worker. Students will study current issues such as gender and sexuality, how beliefs impact on relationships, resilience and managing safety in sexual situations. Students will also develop and carry out an action plan designed to improve well-being in our school community.
Qualifications: Credits towards NCEA
Contact Neil Anderson
Level 2 Credits (AS)
LevelCreditNumLit
91235 Analyse an adolescent health issueL2/Ext5L1
91236 Evaluate factors that influence people’s ability to manage changeL2/Int5L1
91237 Take action to enhance an aspect of people’s well-being within the school or wider communityL2/Int5L1
91239 Analyse issues related to sexuality and gender to develop strategies for addressing the issuesL2/Int5L1
HEALTH - Level 3
Prerequisite: Students who have not previously studied Health may be admitted at the discretion of the HOD. A high level of literacy is required
Course Description
This is a course suitable for students whose future may involve a career in the Health or community services or those interested in contemporary issues. Students will study current health issues in New Zealand and overseas. They will compare western scientific practices and traditional medicine and analyse a contemporary ethical issue.
Qualifications: Credits towards NCEA and University Entrance
Contacts Neil Anderson
Level 3 Credits (AS)
LevelCreditNumLit
91461 Analyse a New Zealand health issueL3/Int5UE r
91462 Analyse an international health issueL3/Ext5UE rw
91463 Evaluate health practices currently used in New ZealandL3/Int5UE r
91464 Analyse a contemporary ethical issue in relation to
well-being
L3/Int4UE r