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SCHOOL PAYMENT REQUESTS School payment requests may vary from school to school but there is no charge for education at a state integrated school for domestic students aged 5 – 19 years. Proprietors of integrated schools may charge attendance dues, which are enforceable, but the level of these must not be greater than the amount [...]

Policy Update2018-12-05T09:00:33+13:00

Congratulations to Students & Teachers

Daragh Bonnici, Carmel College, Auckland Carmel College, Auckland: Daragh Bonnici (Y7) has been selected from over 600 dancers nationwide for a child role in the Royal NZ Ballet production of The Nutcracker this December. Ava Fitzgerald (Y9) represented NZ at the Perth International Gymnastics Championships. She won a gold medal for her floor [...]

Congratulations to Students & Teachers2018-10-01T13:26:20+13:00

The Future of Work: OECD Paper

A recent paper published by the OECD, The Future We Want, describes the OEDC Learning Framework 2030. We have made note of some of the concepts in this paper that we thought were particularly relevant to New Zealand schools today: The  children  entering  education in  2018 will be young adults in 2030. Schools can prepare them [...]

The Future of Work: OECD Paper2018-10-01T11:19:08+13:00

Actura Partnership with NZCEO/APIS

We are delighted to announce and welcome Actura as a partner for NZCEO/APIS. Actura provides leading STEAM learning solutions and their curriculum offers the CASE Space School International Study Program and FlipRobot, an intuitive coding platform and learning kit for robotic education. Member schools have been invited to the NZCEO/APIS Combined Space School Expedition to [...]

Actura Partnership with NZCEO/APIS2018-10-04T15:31:36+13:00

Growing Up in New Zealand Study Report

The latest report from the Growing Up in New Zealand study by Superu and the University of Auckland reveals: Our families are ethnically diverse: a third of children are born to at least one parent who did not grow up in New Zealand and where at least one parent is multilingual. Almost half of all [...]

Growing Up in New Zealand Study Report2018-08-13T08:47:51+12:00

Congratulations to Students & Teachers

Bullying-Free Awards: Performance category: Joint Winner: Year 4, Elim Christian College, Auckland, Highly Commended: Year 6, St Joseph's Catholic School, Matamata, link here. Print category: Special Merit: Siobhan Taylor, Year 8, St Bernadette's School, Christchurch, link here. PowerPoint category: Winner: Kate Timbers, Gina Devcich, Grace Coxhead & Molly O'Sullivan, Sacred Heart Girls' College, Hamilton, link here. The [...]

Congratulations to Students & Teachers2018-07-31T11:11:17+12:00

Policy Update

PAYMENT BY PARENTS CIRCULAR Boards of Trustees and proprietors need to be award of this recent circular, which updates what may be charged for, and what can only be a donation. While the information has not changed the layout and explanatory information has been redeveloped.  Read more. EDUCATION SUMMIT INFORMATION Excerpts from a press release [...]

Policy Update2018-07-31T10:46:01+12:00

Policy Update

Bright Spot Awards These Education Hub awards are open until June 1 and worth up to $75,000 over two years to support the design, development and evaluation of within school innovation Visit their website for more information. Maximum Roll Increase Applications The Ministry of Education has invited us to remind Proprietors to allow six months for the [...]

Policy Update2018-06-01T15:30:49+12:00

Congratulations to Students & Teachers

St Hilda’s Collegiate School, Dunedin: In a newsletter late last year Principal Jackie Barron wrote significantly about  'wellbeing’, reminding readers that it is not about being ‘happy’ but rather about self-managing emotions, being self-aware, being able to handle disappointment, and being able to persevere with optimism.  She mentioned current issues for young women, trying [...]

Congratulations to Students & Teachers2018-05-03T12:40:07+12:00

Policy Update

Education Summits More than 1,500 people from the education sector are attending two Education Summits in Auckland and Christchurch this month. For those unable to attend, the Summit events will be followed by regional and other opportunities to be involved, including an online survey. A video about the initative, featuring the Prime Minister, is also [...]

Policy Update2018-05-01T17:04:11+12:00
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