15% households with school aged children without internet access       39% of Aucklanders born overseas       82% of 18 year olds have NCEA Level 2       22% unemployment for 15-24 year olds       94.6% attend pre-school       1 in 4 children in poverty       79% pass NCEA Literacy in Yr 11       76% at or above national reading standards starting high school

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Community Notices

Are you outgoing and energetic with a bright and sunny disposition? Do you enjoy working with people and have a background or interest in the outdoors and aquatics? Would you like to help us help others become safer in, on and around water?

 

Are you planning to celebrate Hindi Language Week this year?  If so, these resources from The Hindi Language and Culture Trust of NZ and Teach Hindi NZ will be invaluable...

 

For help with English for settlement for yourself or someone you know, English Language Partners have an easy to use flowchart to help... 

 

Know a student who is ready to start their career? Applications for our 2017 graduate programme are open now and applications for our 2016 

 

if you are a full-time grandparent or whanau/kin caregiver, the Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Trust NZ invites you to have a say about the social and economic issues affecting you and the children in your care.

 

KUPE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR MĀORI AND PASIFIKA HIGH ACHIEVERS

The 2016 Kupe Scholarships for Māori and Pasifika High Achievers close on 07 March 2016. Read more

 

UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG WRITERS

The Michael King Young Writers Programme gives Year 11 to 13 students from Auckland schools the opportunity to develop their writing skills in free workshops and master classes. Read More

 

NCEA MOBILE APP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS

NZQA have a new mobile App called NCEA Guide designed to equip parents, whānau and employers with key information about NCEA. Read More

 

EDUCATION RESOURCE HIGHLIGHTS FACTORS BEHIND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

ACC and Auckland Council have put together Changing the Script, a visual report or journey map that makes visible the factors that cause domestic violence. Read More

 

FREE DIGITAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES AROUND AUCKLAND

Let's face it, in most workplaces you need to know how to use a computer and the internet. Read More

 

YOUTH LED CONSULTATION PROJECT GIVES YOUNG PEOPLE A VOICE

UNICEF NZ and Save the Children NZ are asking young people under 18 years old to share their views on issues of importance, as well as their knowledge of child rights and how they can learn about them. Read More