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Summer School a popular option

15 January 2020

With the release of NCEA exam results this week, students missing the few credits they need to complete their secondary school qualifications are turning to Te Kura Summer School. It’s the fifth year the country’s largest school has offered summer study, with 1500 students taking the opportunity last year to top up their NCEA credits to ensure they achieve what they needed for further study, training or to secure a job. Numbers have leapt every year as increasing numbers of students find out more about what Te Kura Summer School can offer. More than 30 subjects are available, with all learning done online. That means student can study anywhere and at any time, just so long as they have access to a computer and connectivity.

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Summer School enrolments are open

27 November 2019

Summer School at Te Kura is underway, with enrolments now open.

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Get involved with KiwiSport 2019

25 October 2019

Secondary students enrolled full-time at Te Kura are eligible to enter KiwiSport events. Te Kura will pay any entry fees for eligible students, so please contact your regional KiwiSport Coordinator if there is an event you would like to participate in.

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End of year exams - notice for students

27 September 2019

End of year exams coming up? You’ll need to take photo ID and your exam admission slip to each of your end of year exams.

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Kaupapa Māori: Continuing traditions, acknowledging success as Māori

13 September 2019

Te Kura has launched an exciting new learning area, Kaupapa Māori, which focuses on continuing traditions and acknowledging success in matauranga Māori.

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Te Kura offers free Māori Language courses

9 September 2019

As popularity for learning the Māori language continues to grow, the country’s largest school, is offering free te reo Māori courses.

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Sleepy students seek recordings of Geometric Reasonings

5 September 2019

Who would have thought that recordings of Geometric Reasonings could prove so popular?.

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New Chair appointed to Te Kura Board of Trustees

16 August 2019

Outgoing Board of Trustees Chair at Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu, Dame Karen Sewell, says her replacement will bring a wide range of experience and skills to the role. Barbara Ala’alatoa, the principal of Sylvia Park Primary School in Auckland, will take over as board Chair at the country’s largest school, Te Kura, next month.

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NCEA registrations for 2019

30 July 2019

NCEA students who intend to sit end of year exams and/or submit an externally assessed portfolio must register through our 2019 NCEA registration facility: www. tekura. school. nz/ncea-registration.

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Notice for NCEA students - DCAT and MCAT registrations

19 July 2019

If you’re enrolled in Level 1 Digital Technologies (DT1000) and/or Level 1 Maths (MX1000) and plan to sit the externally assessed DCAT and/or MCAT, please remember the final date to submit your NCEA registration is Friday, 26 July 2019.

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