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FindMyPath tool

Vocational Pathways.

On 30 June 2016 Minister Joyce and Minister Parata launched the FindMyPath tool. This tool helps young people make more informed choices about their study and employment pathways.

Māori language week coming soon

Māori language week logo.

Te Wiki o te Reo Māori takes place this year between Monday 4 July and Sunday 10 July. This resource page from NZC Online offers ideas, links, and stories to help schools engage with their students, parents, and whānau to support the learning of te reo Māori.

Samoa language week

Tapa cloth.

Welcome to Samoa language week. Check out this resource page on NZC Online. It is packed with ideas, resources, and stories to help students learn gagana Sāmoa.

New on NZC - Inclusive Practice and the School Curriculum

Nautilus.

Inclusive Practice and the School Curriculum is a resource for teachers and leaders in New Zealand English-medium school settings. It has been developed to build professional knowledge and create a shared understanding of inclusive practice within the New Zealand Curriculum. It is anticipated that providers of PLD will draw on the resource...

Add your piece – then get the big picture

Puzzle piece logo.

The 2016 Secondary Teacher Census is open until Friday 22 April at  teacherscount.education.govt.nz This census is designed to reveal trends and provide insights about New Zealand’s secondary teaching profession. This information will help the education sector, including teacher education providers, to meet the needs of students. If you have any questions,...

Maintenance of the Vocational Pathways

Vocational pathways.

To ensure that the Vocational Pathways remain current and relevant we are carrying out a minor update for 2016. This means expired standards and qualifications can be removed and newly registered standards and qualifications can be considered for inclusion. There will also be consideration of any submissions we have received...

Creative Industries Award results for 2014

Vocational Pathways – Creative Industries.

Further to the Achievement and Destinations Profile (2014) sent to schools in September 2015, the Ministry has now provided schools with the 2014 Vocational Pathways Awards achieved by the 1997 birth cohort for the Creative Industries Pathway. These results have been sent to individual schools via email.

Final level 3 achievement standards and level 3–7 qualifications mapped to Vocational Pathways

Vocational Pathways.

The mapping of level 3 achievement standards and level 3–7 qualifications to the six Vocational Pathways has now been finalised. You can view the details of these at:  Youth Guarantee – Resources

Changes to Creative Industries at level 2

Vocational Pathways – Creative Industries.

The Creative Industries Vocational Pathway has been further reduced to provide greater alignment with the other five pathways. See what has changed:  Youth Guarantee: Refined Levels 1 & 2

Online ESOL support for schools

Accell logo.

The Ministry has an online ESOL programme available for schools who have students in years 7–10 who are new learners of the English language. It is called Accelerated English Language Learning or ACCELL.This programme on the VLN is designed to accelerate English language learning  to support these students in their...



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