Winter 2018

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The Curricula Issue

Rediscovering our world class learning and teaching

Latest Articles

Our year of educational waiting
For those concerned about the future of education in New Zealand, this has often been a strange year of waiting for the outcomes of multiple reviews. There are around 15 major reviews of education underway at present. There are bound to be some good ideas when the groups start to report over the next few

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Culture is everything
The culture of the school has to be in place first, says Donal McLean, president of the West Auckland Principals Association. At Fruitvale School where he is principal, culture encompass delivery of curriculum as well as extra-curricular activities.

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Understanding, recognising and knowing
Learning support professional Ally Kemplen is in her twentieth year at Newton Central School in Auckland, known as an inclusive school, which attracts parents and their children with extra needs.

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We are all in this waka together
Janice Jones says the most important thing about being a truly inclusive school, in which every child thrives, is that the whole school is in the waka together.

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Portraits of Tupuna

Principal and students from Te Whata Tau o Putauaki in Kawerau talk about their project researching and reconstructing the moko of their tupuna.

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Te Marautanga o Aotearoa

Hita Foster shares her kaupapa of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, inspiring educators and schools to draw ideas from Te Marautanga o Aotearoa when designing their own curriculum in their areas.

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