Welcome to Tangaroa College
As a school we are committed to raising student achievement. In doing this we seek to build the strengths that the students bring with them…
Careers CentreOur goal is to equip students with career management competencies which are required in a modern and fast changing work and study environment.
Welcome to Tangaroa College
At Tangaroa College we are committed to nurture in each student a belief in self, a commitment to achieve, and the spirit of aroha.
Whether by small steps or giant leaps, our students are encouraged to take pride in their achievements. By recognising and celebrating each success, students build self-esteem and gain the confidence to strive for bigger and better goals.
2021 Term Dates:
Term 1: Friday 5 February – Friday 16 April
Term 2: Monday 3 May – Friday 9 July
Term 3: Monday 26 July – Friday 1 October
Term 4: Monday 18 October – Friday 15 December (tbc)
2021 Public Holidays:
Monday 1 February – Auckland Anniversary
Monday 8 February – Waitangi Day (observed)
Friday 2 April – Good Friday
Monday 5 April – Easter Monday
Tuesday 6 April – Easter Tuesday
Monday 26 April – Anzac Day (observed)
Monday 7 June – Queens Birthday
Monday 25 October – Labour Day
News & Notices
Auckland Moving From Lockdown Level 3 to Level 2 on Wednesday, February 17th, 202117 February 2021, Dear Parents and caregivers, Following the latest government announcement, we are pleased to learn Auckland is moving to Alert Level 2 at 11.59pm tonight. This means all students can return to the College tomorrow, Thursday 18 February. The school gates will be open from 8.00am – 9.00am and reopened at 2.35pm […]
Board of Trustees 2021 on Tuesday, February 16th, 2021Tangaroa College Board Of Trustees 2021 (left to right) Davida Suasua (Principal), Allan Va’a (Chairperson), Karl Tusini-Rex (Deputy Chairperson), Joe Fealoai, Scott Tulua, Merry Faumuina, Renee Tawhi (Staff Rep), Rachel Mattocks, Lena Ioane (Student Rep). Not pictured Mary Tuilagi (BOT Scretary)
Tangaroa College offers students a varied curriulum in the following learning areas: Arts, Commerce, Information Technology, Langauges, Technology, Social Sciences, Mathematics, Physical Education and Health, English, Sport and Recreation, and Career Skills.
The curriculum provides life and career skills preparation for all students covering – academic courses, work skills programmes, sport and physical activity, and cultural and social learning.
In Year 9 students learn from a compulsory core curriculum. From Year 10 onwards they can select a certain number of optional subjects in addition to core subjects up to Year 13 where the student is free to choose all their subjects.
Optional courses allow students to follow their individual interests and strengths, and tailor their learning towards their future career paths of choice.