A North Canterbury Kāhui Ako has developed an effective safety net for its schools and community based on longstanding relationships.
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Ngā Hau e Whā Kāhui Ako is a group of schools and kindergartens in Hastings that have come together to strengthen education for their children and young people.
Kāhui Ako leaders and across school teachers from around the country gather to share knowledge and look at the future direction of their Kāhui Ako.
Panel of change management professionals work with Kāhui Ako to prepare, equip and support them to come together as a connected, collaborative community.
Chris Bryant talks about his role as lead principal at Wakatipu Community of Learning | Kāhui Ako.
The Ministry of Education is to survey all Kāhui Ako between 25 October and 8 November, to update the results of our first survey, conducted in 2016.
Leaders of the South Wairarapa Community of Learning | Kāhui Ako connect with students and the community when planning.
Christchurch’s Catholic Community of Learning is making good progress in its quest to strengthen connections and integrate best practice across the board.
Agencies are working together to help provide a range of social support networks to families in urgent need of somewhere to live.
A new Teaching and School Practices survey tool offers a clear picture to principals and teaching staff about practice and leadership.