work experience or do some volunteering across the Summer break as this is a good way to better understand the world of work. We also remind those who need the resources, that our Google Classroom has a variety of templates for CV's and links to studylink information, and various career-related websites. MoneyHub is also a good source of resources to use.
For those students who are thinking they are a little short on credits, particularly if they are leaving school, they may want to look at Te Kura Summer School. They offer a range of internal standards at NCEA Levels 1, 2 and 3. Their qualified teachers are already gearing up and will be available online to support ākonga, and their intake team is prepared to answer any queries. Please phone 0800 65 99 88 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information about Summer School, please visit the Te Kura website.
Also, from the University of Auckland - Year 13 students planning to study at University in Semester One 2021 can get a head start on their studies, earn credits towards their degree and start experiencing life at the University of Auckland. The Summer Start programme will run from 5 January – 17 February 2021 and will give students the academic skills and knowledge they need to help them succeed and transition into University life.