Kia ora, Welcome
Te Kura o te Manawa
We are a future-focused secondary school offering a top quality education to our students.
We want to make sure you hear about all the important and updates happening at Whanganui City College. For up to date information please follow our facebook page on the link below.
IMPORTANT COVID-19 Level 3 Update
Kia ora koutou, we have made every effort to contact each of our whānau. Your child’s whanau teacher has left messages, or sent emails if they have not managed to talk to you. Please make sure you reply to these today by 3pm. If you have not answered these, we expect that your child will be at home whilst we are in Level 3.
If you haven’t yet received a device but requested one, we are waiting for the Ministry of Education to send out the remaining ones.
2020 Term Dates
Jan 29&30 – Y9 & other new students begin
Jan 31 – All students at school
March 27- Term 1 ends (NB updated)
April 15 – Term 2 begins ONLINE
July 3 – Term 2 ends
July 20 – Term 3 begins
September 25 – Term 3 ends
October 12 – Term 4 begins
December 10 – Term 4 ends
Classroom Online Learning
Students can access their control panel here, but need to be logged in using their school email address.
Interest Free Chromebook available to WCC Students
After allowing our Y9 students first dibs on these, we would now like to make the same offer available to ALL of our WCC students.
The Chromebooks are supplied by Warehouse Stationery and have an overall price of $300. To help make this more manageable for you, simply pay a $30 deposit upfront to WCC, then pay the remainder off over the rest of the year via Automatic Payment. No interest will be charged. It couldn’t be easier!
To take advantage of this awesome opportunity, fill in and return the two forms in the folder below to the school. Full details are found in the folder. Be in quick though – limited stock remains!!!
WCC and the Donations Scheme 2020
We have had a number of inquiries about donations at WCC. This short document outlines our involvement in the Donations Scheme and what it means for you.
Nau mai, haere mai.
It is our aim to set high academic standards and challenge our students to reach their full potential through learning programmes that are tailored to meet their individual needs. We foster high expectations and self-esteem by demanding high standards of behaviour, through discipline, courtesy and respect.
Our college is committed to providing a caring learning environment, where staff and students feel safe and supported. We have zero tolerance of any kind of anti-social behaviour.
As a school, we expect only the best from our students. In return, we want to produce and encourage successful and responsible members of our community.
Spend time reading about our school through the website and we look forward to communicating with you in the future. Once again welcome to Whanganui City College ‘the pride of Whanganui’.
Whanganui City College is a school that lives by its mantra – Challenging ourselves for a better future.