Feedback wanted on Draft Charter and Annual Plan for 2019

18 December 2018

Our Charter and Annual Plan sets out the overall mission of Te Kura and how we will provide services to students. It also sets out the contributions we make to the education sector in New Zealand.

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Te Kura student artwork on permanent display at Mātauranga House

17 December 2018

The artistry of Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu (Te Kura) students is now on permanent display in the Ministry of Education’s national office at Mātauranga House.

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Link Up Term 4 now online

6 December 2018

The December issue of our magazine, Link Up is available to read on our website and will be arriving in letterboxes of full-time, young adult and early childhood students very soon.

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End-of-year reports available from Friday 7 December

4 December 2018

The end-of-year reports for 2018 are available through the student reporting portal from Friday 7 December.

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Online Te Kura enrolment unavailable this weekend

30 November 2018

Te Kura’s online enrolment system will be unavailable from 4. 30pm today until 9am Monday 3 December while we do a routine systems update. You will be unable to enrol for 2019, or for Summer School during this time.

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End of Year dates for Te Kura students

28 November 2018

Friday 7 December is the last day for 2018 students to submit work to dropbox to ensure your teacher can mark and give you feedback.

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Summer School offers students another chance to get NCEA

28 November 2018

Students who are a few credits short of completing NCEA can get their plans for 2019 back-on-track through learning online with Te Kura’s Summer School.

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Te Kura’s Chief Executive wins Ngā Tohu Reo Māori National Māori Language Award

27 November 2018

Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu (Te Kura) Chief Executive Mike Hollings has won the Takitahi, Individual category in Ngā Tohu Reo Māori, National Māori Language Awards 2018.

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Te Kura Chief Executive’s contribution to te reo Māori recognised

22 November 2018

Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu Chief Executive Mike Hollings says he’s humbled to be a finalist in Ngā Tohu Reo Māori – National Māori Language Awards 2018.

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Taking Opotiki to Parliament

15 November 2018

Opotiki’s Tame Cole (TC) Koroheke Satele has been selected by MP David Parker to be a representative at next year’s Youth Parliament. TC is a student at Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu (Te Kura), New Zealand’s state distance education provider.

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