Since 1958, Lynfield College has served the central west Auckland area, developing a reputation as a centre for academic excellence in a safe, caring and positive environment. The College is recognised as a high-performing school.
LEARNING AND ACHIEVEMENT
Our broad curriculum meets the needs of our diverse learners. We are committed to equipping our students with the skills and resources they need for a successful future.
As a learning community, we value education outside the classroom and believe it is important for our students to be actively involved in the arts, cultural, sports and leadership opportunities.
Multiple learning pathways and mentoring ensure consistently high achievement across all curriculum areas. Commitment to learning and achievement is encouraged, supported and celebrated.
Progress at all levels is monitored, with data used extensively to inform and support the advice and guidance available to students and their families.
OUR LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
Lynfield College employs a blended eLearning approach to promote effective teaching and learning. Students use their own devices in class to enhance their learning experience.
The junior levels are important for establishing and growing the skills and attitudes that lead to success in the senior years. The strength and spirit of the College are dependent on all students meeting expectations and engaging positively across multiple aspects of College life.
Participation in national and international competitions is encouraged. Lynfield College is proud of the success of its students in events across a wide range of curriculum areas.
Our Lynfield College community works together to create a safe and inclusive learning environment. On enrolment, students and their parents or caregivers are asked to sign their acceptance of our Code of Conduct. This code promotes and supports the physical and emotional safety for self and others throughout the College.
The College is divided into year level groups, each led by a Dean who remains with their year level as they progress through the College. Deans are responsible for student enrolment, placement, progress and welfare.
Trained, experienced counsellors offer individual and group counselling. Student Services also provides career counselling, Gateway placements and work experience opportunities. Our counsellors and nurse have direct access to a range of community services and resources including onsite physiotherapy.
To find out more information please visit us during our School in Action Tours and Open Evening.
We look forward to meeting you.
Cath Knell, Tumuaki / Principal