All senior students (Year 11 - 13) will have exams and/or workshops to attend during this assessment time. These will include internal assessments, opportunities to complete portfolio-based work or practice for the external NCEA exams. It is important that all senior students attend these workshops/exams.
This link takes you to the 2018 Senior Assessment Week Exam Timetable
This link takes you to our NCEA Exam Support 2018 Powerpoint
NCEA (National Certificate of Educational Achievement) Level 1-3 are certificates that most students will work towards at Lynfield College. However, it is possible to gain other certificates that are registered on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework (NZQF). NZ Scholarship is also offered in some subjects. This is a separate, stand-alone qualification to extend high achievers.
NCEA Certificates enable students to demonstrate a wide range of skills linked to the New Zealand Curriculum. Lynfield College takes advantage of the flexibility of NCEA to offer a range of courses across a variety of subject areas. This allows our students to select courses that meet their learning needs, study at the appropriate level and follow their career pathway.
Lynfield College encourages students to strive for excellence at all levels and contexts and promotes teaching and learning strategies that motivate students to do their best. Yearly statistics published by NZQA, show that our students achieve at a level that is consistently above the national average for similar schools.
Lynfield College has a system for ensuring that assessment is fair, valid and consistent. This means:
The NCEA and New Zealand Scholarship examination period for 2019 is as follows:
START: Thursday 7 November 2019
END: Monday 2 December 2019
The first examination will take place on Thursday 7 November 2019. There will be no examination on Friday 15 November which is Canterbury Anniversary Day.
Dates will be confirmed when the examination timetable is published on 3 December 2018.