Professional learning for kura and schools
We provide professional learning and development tailored to suit your needs and your budget. From one-off workshops to in-depth whole school support, we can help you work through the process of needs analysis.
We offer support to use what research shows are the most effective learning strategies there are – assessment for learning.
We can support you to embed the principles and practices of the NZC to its innovative extent.
Short-term, strength-based intervention designed for Year 7-10 learners
We work with schools to enable them to get the best out of e-asTTle so that the results can truly enhance teaching and learning.
Students learn best when they are able to build strong, learning-focused relationships with those who mediate and support their learning.
Find out how we can help you, whether your buildings are modern or not! Our facilitators are comfortable in any teaching space.
We can help pouārahi and kaiako to define what success looks like so that they can measure progress.
Help your teachers develop their pedagogical content knowledge within specialised learning areas
Build a culture in your school where you can tackle tricky conversations (rather than avoid them)and get results while everyone’s mana remains intact.
We support your teachers to ensure that your students have the necesary literacy skills to access all the learning areas of our curriculum.
Looking for different ways to recognise progress? Find out how we can help you support students whose progress doesn’t fit standard models.
We can support teachers to develop effective mathematics teaching and learning in the classroom to engage and empower learners.
Are you an effective leader looking to drive your school to the next level, or looking for support for your senior, middle or aspiring leaders? We can help.
Your school appraisal process should be making a measurable difference to your teachers’ teaching and your learners’ learning.
How much assessment is too much assessment? Or not enough? Are you getting the most out of the assessment information you have?
While the inquiry process seems straight forward, real inquiry into teaching and learning involves real evaluative skills and thinking.