useful links

Ministry of Education
The NZ Ministry for Education.
Te Kete Ipurangi
The Ministry of Education initiative that provides an Online Learning Centre with useful information and updates in education.
Te Ara
The Encyclopedia of New Zealand
Visit this new online encyclopedia developed by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Explore the first of nine themes 'New Zealanders' that covers the people who have made this country their home
Education Counts
Welcome to Education Counts. Their aim is to increase the availability and accessibility of information about education statistics and research in New Zealand.
School Website Support
SchoolZone is a secure managed internet solution for schools, providing a host of services, including a safe and secure Internet connection, video conferencing, email, school websites, student home pages and more.
Watchdog is accredited by the NZ Ministry of Education to provide Managed Internet Services (CampusNet) to all state and state-integrated schools free of charge. See also Knowledgenet and Moodle for schools provided by Watchdog.
Maori Community Organisations - Wellington
Mana Tiaki
Urban Maori support whanau network based in Tawa, Wellington. Mana Tiaki runs kapahaka on Thursdays afternoons for the community.
Nga Hau e Wha o Papararangi - Newlands
Whanau network group based in Newlands, Wellington.
Kokiri Marae - Seaview
Kokiri Marae is near the bank of a river, at the seaward edge of a valley the Orongorongo mountains to the east the city of Wellington west, across Whanganui a Tara and the open sea to the south.
Pipitea Marae
Te Kāinga is the Pipitea Marae - a home away from home. Wellington’s traditional urban marae is in the heart of the city and at the heart of our culture.

Kopykat for Teachers
Kopykat is an online programme for teachers writing reports or other records requiring summative curriculum / achievement statements. With a report comment bank of over three thousand relevant comments, Kopykat helps teachers select age, ability and curriculum relevant copies for report writing with a simple name insertion and cut and paste process to help with report writing. This tool is especially useful for teachers for whom English is a second language or for teachers who just need assistance structuring professionally written comments. Try an online demonstration here.