Freemans Bay School provides a wide variety of programmes for students who require extension or enrichment in their learning.
The New Zealand Curriculum (Ministry of Education, 2007, p.8) indicates that learning needs to reflect the trend toward student-centred learning and create students who are “confident, connected, and lifelong learners.
Extension and Enrichment:
At Freemans Bay School students are taught in Modern Learning Environments.
We recognise the diversity within our school and strive to provide various learning programmes to enrich our learners.
What programmes do we offer?
Class based learning is planned and designed to both challenge and stimulate students. Learning includes choice, flexibility, relevance, acceleration, integrated curricula activities and critical thinking.
Freemans Bay school offers interschool competitions and events such as; E-Pro8, GRIP, Writer’s festival, Peer Mediation, STEAM, ICCS Sport, Kāhui Ako, Chess, Music, Outdoor Education, Art, and performances.