Everything you put on the internet, whether it be social media posts or comments on websites, can be easily found and potentially held against you.
Think of the internet as a public noticeboard – anything can be read by anyone, including potential employers, your family, and work mates.
Click link below for the CBHS 2018 Curriculum Handbook – contains all Standards and Credits in each subject.
2018 CBHS Curriculum Handbook
What is RealMe?
RealMe is the secure way to prove who you are online. You can use it in two ways: to prove who you are when you’re online, and to log into lots of NZ government sites and services.
How it works
- Create a RealMe account
- All you need is a username and password to start using RealMe as a login.
- Verify your identity
- Add your personal information and get your photo taken at a PostShop to use RealMe as online ID.
- Link your postal address
- RealMe will post you a letter with a confirmation code.
You’ll only need to prove who you are in person every 5 years.
Where you can use it
You can use RealMe to:
- apply for tertiary courses
- apply for government jobs
- renew your passport
- update your electoral roll details
- log into StudyLink.
Live a life more extraordinary
become a Dive Instructor
Enrol in the most comprehensive Instructor development course in New Zealand. The Diploma in Professional Scuba Instruction will teach you how to be a PADI Open Water and Specialty Instructor and also teach you the skills required to gain employment in the dive industry or your area of interest, worldwide.
Now available for up to $12,000 FEES FREE
CLICK HERE for information regarding the Fees Free policy for students studying in 2018.
Article in The Press
School Connect is another useful resource for students. You can search for study options and careers and take a short 5min quiz to help you see career pathways suited to your interests and personality.
I have also save this link on our Useful Links page, so you can find it easily in one place with lots of other useful resources and web tools for career exploration.
School Connect is run by the people who produce the Next Steps magazine for school leavers, which is published twice a year. Grab your free copy from the Careers Office or the library Careers Magazines stand.
CLICK HERE for a copy of the presentation given to Yr. 10 parents Mon 28 Aug 2018
One of the most popular programs, adopted at schools including Yale, Harvard, and UT Austin, involves students meeting at art museums to describe and discuss artworks. At the most basic level, these exercises in close observation help to improve diagnostic skills—priming students to identify visual symptoms of illness or injury in patients, and (hopefully) preventing them from making misguided assumptions
CLICK HERE for an interesting article about Medical courses offered in the USA
CLICK HERE for Yr. 10 Subject Choices presentation