Changes announced today will see New Zealand’s histories being taught as part of the curriculum in all schools and kura by 2022.
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New Zealand’s education system continues to perform well compared with other developed countries, with high levels of participation and achievement.
Winners of the 2019 Prime Minister’s Education Excellence Awards have been announced.
A new central online hub for te reo Māori resources will make teaching and learning in te reo Māori, fun, easy and relevant for teachers, learners and whānau.
Thousands of Year 1-8 students will be offered a free and healthy lunch in a new programme to be in schools in Term 1, 2020.
Research has shown that young people who identify as part of the rainbow community are more likely to experience bullying and mental health issues.
The Learning Support Action Plan 2019-2025 was launched on 26 July by Associate Education Minister Tracey Martin at Green Bay High School in Auckland.
A park in Linden will get a revamp thanks to a design project involving students from Tawa Intermediate and Linden School, along with Wellington City Council.
A formerly desolate area of land on school grounds has given Waiheke High School students the opportunity to work like scientists as part of their curriculum.
We are continuing to support whānau, hapū, iwi and communities to develop their local histories into te reo Māori curriculum resources through Te Aho Ngārahu.