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Tuvalu Language Week 30 September – 6 October 2018

05/09/18

This special week gives speakers of the Tuvalu language the chance to be experts in the classroom, and allows whānau and the wider Tuvalu community to see their language and culture being treasured in New Zealand schools.

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NZC Online Survey – we want to hear from you!

05/09/18

Please take a few minutes to complete our survey telling us what you use and find useful on NZC Online and what you would like to see us add.

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Rangikura School – Pasifika parent group leads learning

05/09/18

Rangikura School is a full primary in Ascot Park, Porirua. During Sāmoan Language Week the staff, students, parents, and wider community came together to enjoy an array of activities and celebrations which were organised by the school’s Rangikura Matua Pasifika Parent group.

Assistant principal, Amanda Williams, explains the work of Rangikura Matua Pasifika in leading learning at their school.

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Kia kaha Te Reo Māori, Māori language week 10–16 September 2018

Te Wiki o te Reo Māori/Māori Language Week 10–16 September 2018

28/08/18

Te Wiki o te Reo Māori provides an opportunity to celebrate and learn te reo Māori, helping to secure its future as a dynamic and rich language.

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Conservation Week 15–23 September 2018

28/08/18

Capture your students' natural curiosity about the world they live in, and raise awareness about Aotearoa/New Zealand, by involving them in this year’s Conservation Week. This week is all about getting out and discovering the conservation areas that are just outside your door.

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Chinese Language Week 23–29 September 2018

28/08/18

New Zealand Chinese Language Week is a Kiwi-led initiative aimed at encouraging New Zealanders to discover Chinese language and culture.

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Tongan language, culture, and identity

28/08/18

In this blog Ma’ata Fusitu’a explains some important aspects of Tongan family life and culture and offers some suggestions on how we can support Tongan language and culture in our schools and classrooms.

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Bush classroom weaves lessons from nature into learning

21/08/18

At 8.45am each Monday, 17 students of Waitawheta class at Waikino School head off into the bush for the day in a unique programme that is helping boost the students’ learning and resilience on the other four days of the week they spend in classrooms.

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Homegrown heroes bring students and community together

21/08/18

Rangikura School is the latest to join the Homework Help Club movement, an after-school initiative to increase community engagement in promoting the social, emotional, and academic growth of students.

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Money Week 3–9 September 2018

21/08/18

Our resource page has a collection of resources and stories to support your school's involvement in Money Week, and to help your school make financial capability an ongoing area of curriculum focus.

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