Northcote College 2018
26 February to 2 March
Year 13 Camp
7 to 9 March
Welcome to Northcote College
Northcote College has a proud tradition. It is the secondary school on the North Shore with the longest history. The School was founded in 1877. 2017 is the 141st year in the history of Northcote College.
People and positive relationships are at the heart of Northcote College. We recognise that each student is important and unique. We work hard to create an environment where students are happy, thrive academically, enjoy the co-curricular opportunities available and share positive values.
A round up of the games played in the last week.
Congratulations to all who took part in the recent Northcote College Swimming Sports and particularly to those who broke records. A full list of champions and records broken is provided.
Year 13 Spanish students recently hosted a visiting family from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
We are offering fees free weekly Te Reo Māori classes for staff and the community at Northcote College in 2018 (through Te Wānanga o Aotearoa).There is a choice of two time slots: Wednesday 4-7pm and Thursday 6-9pm.
Year 10 students have designed and modelled baches as part of their work in Design and Visual Communication - which used to be called Graphics.
After 12 successful and enjoyable years, Northcote College has made the decision not to continue with the annual Affair of the Heart Art Exhibition.
Three outstanding teachers have been selected as the first NCOL Across Community leaders: Kelsy Fletcher, Year 6 classroom teacher at Onepoto Primary School; Peter Radonich HOD Mathematics; and David Taylor Assistant HOD English at Northcote College.
Congratulations are in order for the student leaders of 2018.
When parents or caregivers ask for advice on where to go for specialist help with anything from behavioural to special needs issues, schools do not always have the information about available services at our fingertips. Thanks to Kidslink that has changed.
Students of today are, in most cases, actively participating in the digital world. This article includes a link to a guide for parents that covers the pros and cons of most popular ‘apps’.