We recognise that some students require additional resources and support in their learning journey
CBHS advocates for supporting neurodiversity in the classroom. We strive to improve the dyslexic student’s experience and achievements by ensuring that legal rights to inclusive learning and accommodations are delivered on.
Ehara taku toa
I te toa takitahi
Engari ko taku toa
I te toa takitini
My strength does not lie in
Rather my strength lies in
Working with others
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Assessments and referrals
Our Learning support team help support our students, to ensure they feel comfortable in the various learning environments around the school. Students are referred by previous schools,
parents, teachers, self-referrals which then becomes our register. Extension English where boys elect to not do a language and concentrate on English. Testing Tools used to enable us to provide a programme in which the student can learn effectively. Please find helpful resources below.