Year 7 to 13 Catholic Boys School, Auckland New Zealand

Summary of Options

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Liston College 2018 Stationery Lists

Parents / caregivers are free to purchase their son(s) stationery from any retail shop they like. We encourage that your son starts on “day 1” with the full complement of stationery.

Where specialised subject based stationery / materials are recommended, your son’s teacher will indicate this early in the school year.

Please note that if your son does not have a device for any reason, he may need to have additional stationery

Please Note:

  1. All students are expected to have a device to use for classwork and homework. If there is an issue regarding the acquisition of a device, please contact Mr Swanink as soon as possible to discuss options. Information on devices can be found on the school website:
  2. The stationery listed is in additional to the device. Where a student is temporarily without a device they should ensure that their work is recorded in means (paper, shared with another student etc)
  3. All students are expected to have their own pencils, eraser, red and blue pens, ruler, pencil sharpener, glue stick, highlighter pen, blunt nosed scissors, coloured pencils  etc.
  4. All students doing Mathematics at Years 8 to 10 are expected to have a 180° Protractor, a 30cm ruler, a Compass
  5. It is advisable that all Years 9 and 10 students have a Scientific calculator - Casio (Please name).
  6. It is strongly recommended that all students doing Levels 1, 2 and 3 NCEA Mathematics and Statistics Achievement Standards MUST purchase a graphics calculator (recommended model Casio FX 9750 G11 – available from stationery suppliers). This calculator will be used extensively in these courses.
  7. All students doing Technology and / or Design and Visual Communication must have the following drawing equipment: 30˚ and 45˚ set square, 2H pencil (or clutch pencil), a compass and coloured pencils. Senior students will need in addition to this a more extensive drawing kit, including the following: aquarela colour pencils and a compass set as well as other items (the teacher will inform students of further requirements).
  8. Items available directly from The Graphics / Technology Department include:
    ● Graphics Kit containing A3 paper, compass, set squares pencils etc (recommended to purchased at Year 10 – available for $50 if purchased from the Department)
    ● A3 Drawing Boards $99 (optional)
  9. In some subject areas, specialised stationery is required, and often this is unavailable in retail stores. The school purchases this in bulk, at a discounted rate, passing this onto parents. Such stationery will be paid through stationery fees and made available to students at the beginning of their course.