The Ministry of Education is pleased to announce the development of a new purpose-built wharekura for tamariki in Years 1-13 in Te Awamutu.
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Five Taupō schools are working together and with their community to increase biodiversity and bring birds back into town as part of Kids Greening Taupō.
Celebrations are being held throughout the country this week to mark Te Wiki o te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week) 2017.
Entries are open for the 2018 Prime Minister’s Education Awards
Four new partnership schools are scheduled to open in Auckland, Christchurch, and Gisborne in 2019.
Since the early learning curriculum Te Whāriki was updated in April this year, 24 Curriculum Champions have been appointed to work with early learning services.
A teacher at Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Whangaroa in Matauri Bay, Papa Hemi Epiha, says the uniqueness of te reo Māori gives life to our stories.
All learning support students will benefit from the trialing of more flexible and accessible approaches to learning support in 30 Kāhui Ako, regardless of wheth
We’re looking for stories to form new resources for learners aged 0-18 years.
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