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We are working with a number of partners to support schools and kura to deliver distance learning when Term 2 begins on 15 April.
Children and young people with learning support needs, and their whānau, are still getting the help they need over the lockdown period.
For the duration of the lockdown, you will continue to get access to all the student support available, so stay enrolled.
Vocational education marks another milestone with the official establishment of the New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology on 1 April 2020.
The Government has today released its plan to safely repatriate foreign nationals including international students while the country is in lockdown.
We understand many things are uncertain at the moment and we want to reassure you that the government is working to respond quickly to your needs.
Due to the emergency change to Term 2 dates, the income provided over the lockdown will vary depending on each individual staff member’s type of employment.
COVID-19 and employment relationships
Funded childcare for essential workers ended at midnight on Friday 8 May 2020 and is no longer available.