Do you want to explore and be inspired by our National Curricula, understand more about the values and principles that underpin them, and focus on possibilities for creative implementation? Curricula experts share their expertise in working with all the New Zealand curricula in Growing from Strong Foundations - Exploring the potential of the National Curricula for all children.
Growing Strong Foundations is brought to you by NZEI Te Riu Roa and the Ministry of Education Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga
Register now to be a part of these unique events.
5 June 2018 - Alexandra Park
|9.00 am||Mihi Whakatau
- Alex Gunn
- Melissa Corlett
- Hita Foster
|10.55 am||Morning tea and table discussions|
- Jodie Hunter
- James Le Marquand
- Helen Collins
|12.45 pm||Table discussion|
- Fraser Smith
- Amy Austin &
- Tony Trinick
|3.10 pm||Afternoon tea and table discussion|
|3.30 pm||Report back from table discussions|
|3.50 pm||Reflection on the day|
|4.30 pm||Hui concludes|
You have heard about and discussed the potential of the curricula (Te Whāriki, Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, and New Zealand Curriculum) to support, challenge and enhance your teaching practice and children’s learning.
Now, we also want to hear your views about the support you may need moving from thinking to practice. Please share your reflections from today’s hui using the button below. We have time in the programme at 3.50pm for you to provide this reflection.
Progress and achievement across the National Curriculum
Ensuring every student makes the progress they need to enjoy success is the focus of a new reference group and ministerial advisory group looking at progress and achievement.
To help the groups with their work, the Ministry of Education is asking anyone with an interest in education to get involved in a conversation about progress and achievement across the National Curriculum for years 1 to 10 – The New Zealand Curriculum and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.
Knowing how well students are achieving in literacy and numeracy, te reo matatini and pāngarau, is important. So is understanding each student’s progress, big or small, across the wider curriculum – including key capabilities for success in life, learning and work.
The Minstry of Education want to know what you think – whether you are an educator, parent, whānau member or caregiver, principal, tumuaki, school leader, iwi representative, student, or employer.
Did your school employ a reliever for the day?
If so, your school can claim back the reliever costs for you to attend the Growing from Strong Foundations hui. For your school to claim relief costs, you'll need to:
- ensure you've registered at the front desk at the hui
- complete an orange reliever claim form
- get your school to attach the Staff Utilisation and Expenditure (SUE) report that includes reliever details to cover this day
- scan and email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 30 June 2018