14 August 2020
Te Kura ākonga (students) can borrow eBooks and Audiobooks through our Te Kura Digital Library.
23 July 2020
If you intend on sitting end of year exams and/or submitting an externally assessed portfolio, you’ll need to submit an online NCEA registration through our website. If you didn’t receive an email with the registration instructions, here’s the link to our 2020 NCEA Registration facility.
3 July 2020
The first Ākonga (Student) Support Payment will be made on 9 July 2020.
2 July 2020
Full-time and fee-paying students’ mid-year reports are available online from Thursday, 2 July 2020.
15 June 2020
Online courses developed by Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu (Te Kura) are being made available to schools to support students in NCEA.
2 June 2020
Barbara Ala’alatoa has become an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for her services to education.
19 May 2020
At Alert Level 2, the wellbeing of our ākonga (students), their whānau (families) and our kaimahi (staff) remains our priority.
29 April 2020
There is not a significant change in the way Te Kura is operating in the shift from Alert Level 4 to Level 3. At Level 3 our Te Kura offices remain closed and our kaimahi are working from home. The wellbeing of our ākonga (students) and their whānau (families) and our kaimahi (staff) remains our priority.
17 April 2020
Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu (Te Kura) is the winner of a 2020 D2L Excellence Award. Te Kura is one of five organisations recognised for changing the way the world learns by global learning technology leader Desire to Learn (D2L).
3 April 2020
Te Kura is open and operational. Our kaimahi (staff) are working remotely. Our main priority is the wellbeing of the 12,000 full-time and dual ākonga (students) currently enrolled with us and their whānau (families), together with the wellbeing of the amazing kaimahi at Te Kura.