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.
- Early childhood
- Further education
- Media releases
- Ministry of Education
- Information releases
- Learning Support
- Communities of Learning
De La Salle College for boys in South Auckland is seeing significant progress in senior student achievement by making science compulsory for Years 7 and up.
Some children and young people have been exposed to the video or manifesto.
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.
One Christchurch high school has created a coordinated approach to inclusion by appointing a cultural diversity facilitator.
Supporting students with disabilities to accomplish their goals at Hillcrest High School.
Informing schools as to where they can find information and support in the digital learning area once the Connected Learning Advisory service concludes.
Ian Axford Fellow Michael Wolking visited 21 secondary schools to research the key competencies of New Zealand schools and recently presented his results.
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.