11 August 2022
Trudy Harrison, National Lead for Leaving to Learn, has won a Leadership Excellence Award from the Australasian Association of Distance Education Schools (AADES) for outstanding innovation and engagement with Te Kura’s school community.
6 July 2022
If Te Kura is your only secondary school, you will have been emailed instructions on how to register for external standards.
28 April 2022
If you’re enrolled in Digital Technologies (DT1000, DT2000 and DT3000) and/or Level 1 Maths (MX1000) and plan to sit the externally assessed DCAT and/or MCAT, please remember the final date to submit your NCEA registration is *Monday, 25 July 2022*.
9 March 2022
The Ministry of Education is inviting teachers and kaiako delivering NCEA subjects to take part in a survey on how they are using the NCEA Education website, the new home for NCEA.
20 December 2021
Registrations for Te Kura’s popular Summer School are now open.
25 November 2021
Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu (Te Kura) has welcomed a report from the Education Review Office which shows Te Kura is raising the achievement of the country’s most vulnerable ākonga (students).
18 August 2021
Te Kura Library is CLOSED during COVID Level 4 & 3 lockdown and we are unable to send out books. As mail services are suspended, please hold onto your current loans.
5 July 2021
If you intend on sitting end of year exams, the Maths Common Assessment Task (MCAT), the Digital Technologies Common Assessment Task (DCAT) and/or submitting an externally assessed portfolio, you’ll need to submit an online NCEA registration through our website. If you didn’t receive an email with the registration instructions, here is the link to our 2021 NCEA Registration facility.
21 April 2021
If you’re enrolled in Level 1 Digital Technologies (DT1000) and/or Level 1 Maths (MX1000) and plan to sit the externally assessed DCAT and/or MCAT, please remember the final date to submit your NCEA registration is Friday, 26 July 2019.
21 April 2021
The Minister of Education announced changes to NCEA on 13 May 2019.