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    Cabinet agrees we are ready to move into Level 2- Jacinda Ardern

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced a downgrade to Alert Level will commence on Thursday 14 May.

  2. Video for Nawton Primary educators keep students engaged with Ukulele amidst nation lockdown
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    Nawton Primary educators keep students engaged with Ukulele amidst nation lockdown

    The ukulele rōpū known as ‘The Nawton Ukes’ have gathered online every Friday since Alert Level 4 was announced.

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    'We miss our kids heaps'- Schools look forward to re-opening as NCEA exams approach

    Waitara High School Principal Daryl Warburton is hopeful for strong leadership from NZQA if the country progresses to Alert Level 2.

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    A new graphical online-reading platform that retells our pūrākau

    Sanctuary Āhuru Mōwai is an online-reading platform that tells Māori stories from a graphic novel approach. Developed and created by Māui Studios, they say the platform is an opportunity to give tamariki a unique insight into the tales that were shared with us by our kaumātua.

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    Māori law student receives doctoral degree at 22 years old

    Sala McCarthy (Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Tūwharetoa) has recently graduated with a Doctorate of Law and a Masters of Public Affairs (MPA), ahead of her 23rd birthday.

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    TWoA moves its 50 courses online

    COVID-19 restrictions have altered the way education is delivered and for one of the country's largest tertiary providers, Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, moving online has created some unique challenges.  

  7. Video for New initiative to see COVID-19 testing available at Marist College
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    New initiative to see COVID-19 testing available at Marist College

    Students and staff at Auckland's Marist College are being encouraged to get tested for COVID-19.

  8. Video for Māori students shine bright at South Pacific Islands Institute
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    Māori students shine bright at South Pacific Islands Institute

    “South Pacific Islands Institute” based in Hamilton aims to provide education for teenagers who are not currently at school or employed. With up to 65 students at any given time, founder Rachel Bourne says the intimate setting allows students to receive the aroha and manaaki they require, and that they probably won't receive in mainstream education. 

  9. Video for Ngāti Hauā kaiako keen to get back to teaching
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    Ngāti Hauā kaiako keen to get back to teaching

    Rakai Haakeke-Whauwhau, son of musical maestro Adam Whauwhau, says he's keen to get back to the classroom with a strong passion to teach his students in person.

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    "Kei ia whānau tōna tino rangatira"- Te Rūnanga Nui o Ngā Kura Kaupapa Māori

    Most Kura Kaupapa Māori will not be returning to school this week when schools reopen during Level 3.

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