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Curriculum

OVERVIEW

The curriculum is presented in an integrated manner so students understand, that, as Scripture states,(see Romans 11:33-36),Colossians 1:15-17) there is no aspect of knowledge and therefore teaching or learning in which God is not central.

Traditional subjects are taught in reference to enhancing character development and in a manner which presents God as Creator, Sustainer and Redeemer of the Universe and ourselves.

It is our belief that students need the opportunity to express the knowledge which they have in fields of service. Consequently throughout the year, and in harmony with the school theme, we look for opportunities for our students to become involved in a project which will give them the opportunity to serve others - initially, in the community around us and then where they are able, in a wider field.

The school has a heart for missions and has actively supported different missionaries and missionary projects. One indication of this has been our involvement in the World Vision Forty Hour Famine each year, where for the last eight years, the school has consistently received an award to recognise its efforts as one of the top schools in New Zealand (raising money per capita). We also endeavour to reach out in service, music and drama to the Old Peoples' Homes in the area.

OVERVIEW

The curriculum is presented in an integrated manner so students understand, that, as Scripture states,(see Romans 11:33-36),Colossians 1:15-17) there is no aspect of knowledge and therefore teaching or learning in which God is not central.

Traditional subjects are taught in reference to enhancing character development and in a manner which presents God as Creator, Sustainer and Redeemer of the Universe and ourselves.

It is our belief that students need the opportunity to express the knowledge which they have in fields of service. Consequently throughout the year, and in harmony with the school theme, we look for opportunities for our students to become involved in a project which will give them the opportunity to serve others - initially, in the community around us and then where they are able, in a wider field.

The school has a heart for missions and has actively supported different missionaries and missionary projects. One indication of this has been our involvement in the World Vision Forty Hour Famine each year, where for the last eight years, the school has consistently received an award to recognise its efforts as one of the top schools in New Zealand (raising money per capita). We also endeavour to reach out in service, music and drama to the Old Peoples' Homes in the area.

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The latest Education Review Office Report (2013) on Hebron Christian College has been publicised on the Government ERO website.

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