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am Peries loves to paint. That’s why he came
onsite to The Learning Connexion (TLC) to
study in TLC’s Inclusion Programme.
Run by TLC tutor, Marcel Baaijens,
the Inclusion Programme enables people with an
intellectual impairment to study art at a tertiary
level. It is exceptional in the fact that the classes
combine both impaired and non-impaired students in
a learning environment where they can study side by
side to learn and discover from each other’s creative
Sam is blossoming in the Inclusion Programme.
His mixed media works have been a hit with his peers
and he is currently enjoying expressing himself with
thick oil pastels, ink and tempera paint.
In fact, Sam loves the programme so much that he
believes he will come back after he graduates to keep
on creating. He is grateful to be learning so much, and
really enjoys spending his time with the new friends
he is making among the students and tutors.
The Inclusion Programme offers impaired
students such as Sam the possibility of a tertiary level
qualification in art. It is also proving popular with non-
impaired students, who are discovering the value of
studying in an inclusive environment where students
like Sam introduce a new type of creative process.
Contact The Learning Connexion for a free
prospectus. They are now taking enrolments.
0800 278 769 or www.tlc.ac .nz
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With a flexible study schedule, John was
easily able to fit his learning around his other
commitments. He then built a business webpage
and sold his produce on TradeMe. The business
now caters to a nationwide market.
You can also study in the beautiful Central
Otago region. Otago Polytechnic is hosting open
days in their Auckland campus (350 Queen St,
Auckland City) on November 1 and 2, 2012 and in
their Otago campus (Molyneux St, Cromwell) on
December 1, 2012.
erm 3 is a very stressful time of year for
school leavers as you apply for university
courses, halls of residence and tertiary
scholarships. Before your final exams
are even sat, places are being offered to students
based on performance in earlier qualifications and
the leadership and co-curricular contributions at
At Samuel Marsden Collegiate, the staff
understand the competitive environment you
are entering and give you the experience and
background that help you succeed.
Simply passing NCEA is no guarantee of entry
to the hostel or course of choice; it is certainly not
enough to be awarded one of the many tertiary
grants now on offer.
Marsden school leavers have an outstanding
record in achieving these goals. They place an
emphasis on you achieving your personal best
academically. They also offer an exceptional range
of opportunities to practice leadership and involve
yourself in co-curricular activities. As a Marsden
student you will be known individually by the
staff, who are able to guide and support you as
you take that important step into the next phase of
your learning life. You will take those steps with
confidence and will be rewarded for your success.
Samuel Marsden Collegiate prepares you to be
well-placed for your next big step.
Cromwell College, set in the
heart of Central Otago, offers
educational opportunities that
will ensure an exciting end to
your secondary schooling.
LIFE AND LEADERSHIP SKILLS
Get ready for life beyond school
in our exciting Year 12 and 13
Our new Rural Academy is limited to
6 students who will:
❙ Attend school and be part of the Central
Lakes Trades Academy for one day per
week, completing a National Certificate in
❙ Gain valuable work experience and
qualifications on a Sunday programme
on the diverse range of farming types
operating in the Cromwell Basin.
Our Outdoor Pursuits Academy Sunday
Programme covers it all:
❙ Sea kayaking, windsurfing, sailing, tramping,
mountain biking, climbing and of course
snowboarding and skiing all with skilled qualified
❙ The opportunity to gain valuable NCEA credits in
All students live in the Cromwell College Apartments
and are part of our Life Skills Programme. This offers
independent living for Year 12 and 13 students and
provides an ideal stepping stone to further study or
❙ The complex has 6 fully equipped flats, with private
rooms, providing accommodation for 30 students.
In addition we have a furnished common room,
home theatre, computer room, laundry facilities as
well as attractive and extensive grounds.
❙ Experienced adult supervisors live in the complex
and assist students with preparing meals,
purchasing food, laundry and cleaning.
Our College motto is Deserve Success and we
encourage all of our students to strive for
their personal best. Take up the challenge!
TLC’s Inclusion Programme student Sam Peries with his work
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