A Porirua kindergarten is on a mission to preserve the language and culture of three Pacific Island nations, including the Cook Islands.
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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.
Every day offers the promise of outdoor adventures for children at Aspiring Beginnings Early Learning Centre in Wanaka.
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.
Children are in the driver’s seat at St Paul’s Junior School in Nelson, where student agency through self-directed, open-ended inquiry play is given full rein.
An ebook and video depicting a group of young primary age has been retold as part of the first new te reo Māori curriculum resources.
Almost 16,500 New Zealanders, from all walks of life, have responded to the Education Conversation | Kōrero Mātauranga online survey.
From now until December, the Government wants to hear from as many people as possible to help ensure New Zealand is the best place to be a child.
Oat the Goat | Oti te Nanekoti has won the Interactive Purple Pin and Moving Image Purple Pin at the Design Institute of New Zealand awards.