Congratulations to Schools and Students

Baradene College, Auckland: Vika Koloto has been selected for the NZSS Netball team. Lucy Burrell has been selected in the NZ rowing Junior Team which will compete in the World Championships in Tokyo.  Emily Carr and Kate Vernal recently played in the NZ U18 Women's Ice Hockey Team at the 2019 Challenge Cup of Asia  [...]

Congratulations to Schools and Students2019-06-05T10:02:01+12:00

Tomorrow’s Schools submission from APIS

APIS is sharing its response to the Our Schooling Futures: Stronger Together report to all its stakeholders as a way of engaging with our Proprietors and Schools.  Our submission has focused on the potential challenges for integrated schools if changes are implemented. Please click here to read our letter Please click here to read our [...]

Tomorrow’s Schools submission from APIS2019-03-18T13:34:36+12:00

July 2018 Roll Report

  There are 90,974 students in state integrated schools in New Zealand, which represents 11.3% of the schooling network. Of these, 42% are Y1-6 Primary students, 41% Y9-13 Secondary students and the remainder (17%) Y7-8 Intermediate level students, who may be in primary or secondary schools. The number of state integrated school students [...]

July 2018 Roll Report2018-12-11T16:56:06+12:00

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+12:00

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

Integrated Schools Roll Report

July 2017 Roll Report   The ninety thousand state integrated students represent 11.25% of the New Zealand school network, of which approximately two-fifths are Y1-6 Primary (37K) or Y9-13 Secondary students (37K) and the remainder Y7-8 Intermediate level (15K), who may be in primary, secondary or composite schools. Overall, the number of state [...]

Integrated Schools Roll Report2018-03-05T14:37:06+12:00

Can schools meet the promise of continuous improvement?

Article courtesy of Phi Delta Kappan (; author Mark A. Elgart. Link here. Can schools meet the promise of continuous improvement? New research offers insights on how leaders can actually make continuous improvement work. By Mark A. Elgart “Continuous improvement” has been part of the lexicon of school improvement for decades. Today, it is at least [...]

Can schools meet the promise of continuous improvement?2018-01-30T14:19:39+12:00

Congratulations to Schools and Individuals

Sacred Heart School, North East Valley, Dunedin: Won the primary school section of the national “Keep New Zealand Beautiful” Wall Worthy Mural competition. Middleton Grange School, Christchurch: Tournament of Minds team Michael Phillips, Mackenzie Hoskins, Emily Coleman, Emma Gree, Trinity Chevelle, Bethany Connor and Madeleine Bakker placed 2nd in the NZ National Primary Language Literature [...]

Congratulations to Schools and Individuals2017-12-14T15:50:11+12:00

School News Update

Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand - State of the Environment The latest State of the Environment for Oceania 2017 Report: Turning the Tide, was released by Caritas on St Francis Day, Wednesday 4 October.  We congratulate Caritas on this important report. It is very worth reading and using with students.   Did You Know? [...]

School News Update2017-10-31T09:50:10+12:00
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