News

Te Kura wil remain open during Primary teacher strike, 15 August

10 August 2018

Please be aware that you may not be able to contact your Te Kura Primary or Te Ara Hou teacher on this day. However, our Student and Whānau Support team will be available for enquiries.

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NCEA students registration and fees

23 July 2018

NCEA students, please remember to submit your online NCEA registration and pay your 2018 NCEA fee.   You can do this online www. tekura. school. nz/ncea-registration[http://www.

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Haere Mai, take a virtual tour of Te Kura

10 July 2018

Take a virtual tour of our national office in Wellington, and regional offices in Auckland, Hamilton and Christchurch.  .

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Mid-year reports available from Friday 6 July 2018

4 July 2018

Full-time and Fee-paying students’ mid-year reports are available online from Friday 6 July 2018 (end of Term 2).

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Student support payment

28 June 2018

The mid-year student support payment for eligible supervisors will be paid on 12 July. Check out the Student support payment webpage to find out if you’re supervisor is eligible.

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2018 NCEA registration

14 June 2018

If you’re studying NCEA courses with us, you’ll be required to submit an online NCEA registration and pay a 2018 NCEA fee.   Instructions about what to do, and by when, are due to be emailed to students from 18 June.

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Access to the Te Kura Enrolment System (TES)

2 May 2018

Some users are having trouble accessing the Te Kura Enrolment System (TES). This issue will be resolved by the morning of Monday, 7 May. Please try the link to the TES. If it’s not working and you need to enrol before Monday, contact our enrolment team 0800 65 99 88, ext 8712.

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My Te Kura Showcase

14 March 2018

Take a look at a sample of our online courses to see how students learn in My Te Kura.

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Changes to Learning Support

12 March 2018

Te Kura’s changing the way we provide Learning Support. These changes are to improve our work with our students, and their supervisors and whānau.

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Te Kura Summer School sees increase in enrolments

2 March 2018

Te Kura’s Summer School closed on 23 February to a successful third year. Over 1200 students took the opportunity to earn additional credits in NCEA levels 1,2 and 3 over what has traditionally been the summer break.

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