Stationery & Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)

Stationery requirements for 2022 can be found in the links below. Stationery can be purchased from any retail store or online. Please note that Officemax no longer has retail outlets.  If you wish to order online with them you can do so here. OfficeMax offers Laybuy*, so you can pay in 6 weekly, interest-free instalments – and still get your order right away. Or, you can pay by internet banking, credit card or debit card.

* Terms & Conditions apply, see myschool.co.nz for details.

Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
We strongly recommend the purchase of a Windows laptop as this is the most suitable laptop for most subjects.

We DO NOT encourage the purchase or use of Tablets, Chrome Books, iPads, and mobile phones as these do not meet our requirements. APPLE laptops should only be purchased where there is a subject specific need, i.e. Music or Media.

Special offers are available from these retail partners:

  • PB Tech: details here.
  • Noel Leeming: details here.
  • Heathcotes: details here.

You will find further information on BYOL here (PDF – 124 KB).

Loan laptops
A few College laptops are available to borrow.

A bond of $200 per year ($50 per term) is charged. Payment can be made in instalments, if preferred. The bond will be refunded or credited to the student’s account at the end of the year, unless the agreement conditions are breached. The conditions are included in the laptop agreement, which must be signed before the laptop is provided.

If your daughter would like to borrow a laptop during 2022, please complete this Google formhttps://forms.gle/Re5SrY8RhE26SiT8A

If you have any BYOL queries, please contact Mrs Amanda Reid, LoL Digital Capability – areid@shgcham.school.nz

Year 9

Note: All Year 9 Students will take these compulsory learning areas: Integrated Social & Religious Studies, English, Mathematics, Science, Physical Education & Health

Year 10

Note: All Year 10 Students will take these compulsory learning areas: Integrated Social & Religious Studies, English, Mathematics, Science, Physical Education & Health

Year 11

Note: All Year 11 Students will take these compulsory learning areas: Religious Education, English, Mathematics and a Science course

Year 12

Note: All Year 12 Students will take these compulsory learning areas: Religious Education and English

Year 13

Note: All Year 13 Students will take this compulsory learning area: Religious Education