ELL Evening Programmes
Hagley Programmes for supporting and furthering the education and employment of refugee background learners and new migrants.
Multi-ethnic study and support centre
The multi-ethnic Homework and Study Centre is a citywide resource for primary and secondary students from multi-ethnic refugee background communities. Students attend twice a week in the evening to get academic support and tutoring including: project and homework help, improving reading, numeracy and writing skills, specialist help in NCEA Levels 1-3 subjects and in achieving better grades in assessments.
Adult community programmes
A range of evening programmes for parents and adults from refugee communities are offered. These courses assist adults with literacy and numeracy skills, English language and living and working in New Zealand. Courses include cooking, sewing, driving theory, computing, New Zealand sign language and health literacy.
After 3 programmes provide opportunities for adult English language learners to re-engage in education, improve literacy and numeracy skills and explore or complete requisite skills for training or education. Programmes may include Math, English, Sewing, Art and Design, Health Studies and Languages.