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Health and physical education guide update

The health and physical education learning programme design section has been updated to include new level 6 and 7 snapshots.

The arts curriculum guide update

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The arts senior secondary curriculum guide has been updated to include a new section,  learning programme design.

Renewed strategy for Ka Hikitia

The Ministry of Education has released a second iteration of its Māori education strategy called Ka Hikitia – Accelerating Success 2013–2017.This updated strategy aims to rapidly change how the education system performs so that all Māori students gain the skills, qualifications and knowledge they need to enjoy and achieve education...

Conservation Week: 8 - 15 September

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Conservation Week is run by the Department of Conservation each year to raise awareness of the benefits of conservation, and to encourage people to get involved. This year’s theme is ‘Celebrate Conservation Week! What’s your whānau doing?’ The aim of the special week is to get families and friends together...

Increasing educational achievement in secondary schools

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This national report presents the findings of ERO’s recent evaluation of the practices used in an initiative to support the improved achievement of a specific group of Year 12 students.

Money Week, 1 - 7 September

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Money Week takes place in the first week of September. This special week provides a great opportunity for teachers to explore financial capability with their students.This blog post on NZC Online provides a collection of resources to support your school's involvement in Money Week, and ideas on how you can...

New Zealand Association of Mathematics Teachers biennial conference - October 2013

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The New Zealand Association of Mathematics Teachers 13th biennial conference takes place in Wellington between 1 October and 4 October 2013. Teachers of mathematics and statistics, and all workers in mathematics and statistics, are invited to register. The conference will focus on four strands: Transitions - enabling students to build...

Cook Islands Māori language week

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Kia orana. Cook Islands Māori language week takes place this year from 4 August to 10 August. This special week celebrates the richness of the Cook Island Māori language and culture. The theme for Cook Islands Māori language week is: Toku Reo, Utuutu `Ia: My Language, Nurture it. This blog...

Secondary principals receive leadership awards

Nicola Ngarewa.

Two first-time secondary school principals have been honoured among the recipients of this year’s Sir Peter Blake Trust Leadership Awards. Louise Anaru, leader of Flaxmere College, and Nicola Ngarewa, principal of Tamatea High School, both received the awards for their ability to transform the attitudes and achievements of their students....

National workshops on achievement, retention, and transitions

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The Ministry of Education and partners are holding regional workshops on achievement, retention, and transitions during August and September 2013. These workshops will focus on the public achievement information; accelerating achievement towards the Better Public Services target for NCEA Level 2 or equivalent; and, the implementation of the vocational pathways.The...