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Secondary student achievement facilitators send regular e-newsletters to New Zealand secondary middle leaders. E-newsletters are usually distributed once per term and national e-newsletters for term four are now available to view and download ... Read more »22.09.2015
September 2015 edition now available online ... Read more »08.09.2015
DigMyIdea aims to grow Māori involvement in Aotearoa’s digital economy, inspiring entrepreneurs with great ideas to build digital businesses with export potential.The challenge calls on entrants to submit a digital business idea ... Read more »01.09.2015
Congratulations to Oliver McLean, from Arrowtown School, this year's winner of the Elsie Locke writing prize. See the attached PDF to read his story, "Mr Archibald". MrArchibald (PDF 778KB) ... Read more »18.08.2015
The new LEAP (Language enhancing the achievement of Pasifika) resource has a new look and a new home. Just launched on TKI's Pasifika page, this resource has information about bilingualism and second language ... Read more »14.08.2015
Singing Home the Whale has won Margaret Mahy Book of the Year Award.The full list of 2015 winners is available online. ... Read more »28.07.2015
Latest edition now available online ... Read more »20.07.2015
This new section on ESOL online provides a starting point for school leaders and teachers when they begin to work with their ESOL students. ... Read more »19.06.2015
You are invited to attend a refugee education conference to be held in Auckland on 1 & 2 October 2015. This event will include international keynotes, refugee-background speakers, educators and researchers, and ... Read more »08.06.2015
This resource page on NZC Online suggests ways to celebrate Matariki in your community.Image courtesy of Exsodus/FreeDigitalPhotos.net ... Read more »
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