New Zealand Catholic Education Office2022-03-18T12:47:16+13:00

Please note:

APIS staff are working remotely pending an evaluation of a seismic report on the building which houses our office.
Our team continue to be available to assist. Please contact us at nzceooffice@nzceo.org.nz or click here for staff email addresses

Haere mai, Welcome, 歡迎, Talofa lava, , Malo e me’a mai, Maligayang pagdating

The Association of Proprietors of Integrated Schools (APIS) represents proprietors of all New Zealand’s State Integrated Schools. The Government recognises the Association as the official negotiating body for matters affecting state-integrated schools in general.

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Essential Property Maintenance Package

APIS is currently working through the details of the Essential Property Maintenance Package (EPMP) and all guidelines, FAQ’s process documents and application forms will be found on the EPMP page. For all enquiries please email apis.epmp@nzceo.org.nz

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Gallagher partners with New Zealand Catholic Education Office to protect what matters most

March 23rd, 2022|

Leading security manufacturer, Gallagher, has entered into a long-term collaborative agreement with the New Zealand Catholic Education Office (NZCEO) as a major sponsor to help support and promote the aspirations of future generations within the [...]

Essential Property Maintenance Package

July 21st, 2021|

Essential Property Maintenance Package (EPMP) Key information about EPMP funding: A formal agreement was signed between APIS and the Ministry of Education (MoE) for the provision of the Essential Property Maintenance Package (EPMP).  This [...]

Nikki Kaye’s Press Release – Court action looming over state integrated schools

December 6th, 2019|

Court action looming over state integrated schools The Government’s recent school infrastructure announcement excludes State Integrated Schools which they believe breaches their agreement with the Crown, National’s Education Spokesperson Nikki Kaye says. “Education Minister Chris [...]

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