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New series of Connected and He Kōrero Tātai resources on their way!


Te Poutāhū is excited to launch a new series of Connected that supports Aotearoa New Zealand’s histories and Te Takanga o Te Wā.  The series now includes He Kōrero Tātai – books developed ... Read more »

Refreshed English learning area


The Refreshed English learning area final draft is now available for viewing on the Ministry of Education's Te Poutāhū Curriculum Centre website. Information is also available regarding feedback on earlier drafts from ... Read more »

Refresh of The New Zealand Curriculum – Have your say


From 17 March–12 May we’re seeking further feedback on Te Mātaiaho as a whole, before final release later this year.  In the previous feedback period, some elements were still in development, and ... Read more »

Census 2023 – Tuesday 7 March 2023


Census 2023 – Tuesday 7 March 2023The census is a nationwide survey that provides an official count of people and dwellings in Aotearoa New Zealand. It gives a snapshot of life, people, ... Read more »

Te Ahurei Toi o Tāmaki l Auckland Arts Festival returns for 2023


Te Ahurei Toi o Tāmaki l Auckland Arts Festival runs 9–26 March 2023. Develop your students’ understanding and appreciation of live performance by bringing them to dance, theatre, music or puppetry productions from ... Read more »

Ready to Read Phonics Plus resources on their way!


Over 2,000 teachers are already using Ready to Read Phonics Plus (RTRP+) books in their classrooms with the help of the University of Canterbury’s Better Start Literacy Approach (BSLA). The books, resources, ... Read more »

School libraries as safe spaces promoting literacy and wellbeing


The Education Hub recently posted an article on school libraries as safe spaces promoting literacy and wellbeing. Read this brief but well-referenced article on the relationship between school libraries, literacy learning, and wellbeing.  ... Read more »

School Journal and Junior Journal are on the way!


The next issues of the School Journal and Junior Journal are on the way!Junior Journal 64 and the November issues of the School Journal are now being distributed to schools and will ... Read more »

Rolling out the red carpet for young Pacific filmmakers


Young Pacific filmmakers have been honoured at red carpet events to celebrate the first Pasifika Youth Short Film competition. Telling stories is intrinsic to Pacific life. It’s the way messages and expectations are ... Read more »

Celebrating mātauranga Māori as a kāhui ako


There is a new mandate in education to bring mātauranga Māori into all curriculum areas, but what does that look like and who is leading the way? These are questions that Rangitoto College ... Read more »


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