My Te Kura access

Supervisors of full-time, fee-paying and young adult ākonga (students) enrolled in our online courses are able to access My Te Kura, our online learning environment. This lets you see what your ākonga is required to do as part of their course.

Viewing course content

You can view the course content to monitor ākonga work return by viewing the My Te Kura dropbox for each course your ākonga is enrolled in. Please note, you will not be able to submit items to the dropbox or open any items to view.

Setting up access

To access My Te Kura, you need to log in with a username and password.

The Student and Whānau Support team are here to help you if you have trouble with online access or just get stuck. Don’t hesitate to call or email. You can contact them on 0800 65 99 88 option 2 from 8am to 5pm on weekdays, or email

Accessing continuous reporting in My Te Kura

Reporting on ākonga progress in learning is one of our key responsibilities. Reporting happens continuously throughout the year and will come in three forms to reflect the full range of learning at Te Kura:

Te Kura Mātāpono are the principles we follow when working with ākonga and whānau. These principles help ākonga develop ways of approaching the learning, work, social, sporting and cultural activities - all of the things they do in their everyday lives.  

Te Kura Mātāpono Descriptor
Kotahitanga – show care for yourself and others and your wellbeing in mind, body and soul
Whaitake – be curious and take part in learning that interests you and is part of your goals and dreams
Whakamana - use your own voice to make choices and decisions about your learning
Sense Making│Creative Thinking│Innovation
Māramatonutanga - keep working to understand and build new skills and new learning
Whakawhanaungatanga - work with others and make connections that help you to be a strong learner

We encourage supervisors to sit with their ākonga and look at their reporting together in My Te Kura. You can also log in to My Te Kura independently to look at feedback and reporting for your ākonga.

This video explains more about continuous reporting and how to access this in My Te Kura.

More information

More details about My Te Kura, including a video tutorial, can be found in Learn With Us.