Wellington — Nearly 800,000 students and teachers from 2400+ schools are now using Network for Learning’s (N4L) Managed Network to enhance their learning, marking the completion of one of the largest technology implementations into New Zealand schools.
Wellington — Te Wiki o te Reo Māori is a time for all of New Zealand to embrace our indigenous language and attempt to speak selected words, perhaps attend a class, switch our social media platforms to a complementing version and perhaps have a morning tea or tea te ata to celebrate.
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Wellington — The introduction of a combined Trades Hub will add to the growing range of exhibitors at the Wellington Careers Expo which opens today attracting young adults from Wellington, Wairarapa and even Whanganui.
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Wellington City — As part of the development of the National War Memorial Park and Buckle St under-pass, road closures and diversions will affect staff, student and visitor access to the Wellington campus for the next 18 months.
Lower Hutt — Lower Hutt primary school teachers are building confidence in teaching science to students thanks to a Hutt City Mayoral Scholarship for a graduate qualifications in primary science teaching offered by the Open Polytechnic.
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Lower Hutt — The graduate qualifications in primary science teaching offered by the Open Polytechnic are open to teachers across New Zealand.
Lower Hutt — The group, which includes GNS Science, Grow Wellington, Hutt City Council, Hutt Valley Chamber of Commerce, Hutt Valley DHB, Open Polytechnic of NZ, Upper Hutt City Council and Weltec, has set five objectives focused on research, commercialisation, infrastructure, environment awareness and pride and inspiring young people.
Porirua — Research shows the majority of tutors providing financial education do not receive any specialist training or professional development Porirua tertiary students are soon to receive a helping hand to manage their money through access to vital financial literacy education from skilled trainers, thanks to a unique partnership between Visa and Whitireia Polytechnic.
Wellington City — Wellington’s brightest business students were honoured for their achievements at the Academic Excellence Awards last night.
Wellington City — The best and brightest from schools around the country arrived in Wellington today to compete in Treasury's inaugural Long-Term Fiscal Schools Challenge, with a scholarship to study at Victoria University at stake.
Wellington — Thursday, 12 April 2012 Press Release: Euroasia New Zealand’s leading provider of European and Asian language and cultural services is opening a branch in Wellington CBD this month.
Lower Hutt — Digital forensics and building will be the focus of Weltec students, Patricia Ramsden and Junior Preston, who were this year's recipients of the Hutt City Council Centennial Scholarships presented by Mayor Ray Wallace.
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