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Māori Performing Arts (MPA) - Moderator's Newsletter
Assessors can find information on a range of digital initiatives related to NCEA and assessment in a useful, teacher-focused monthly electronic newsletter: the Future State Newsbyte.
The newsletter contains quick links to relevant pages and news items that are located elsewhere. The September Newsbyte (PDF, 977KB) provides information on how your school could be part of the implementation of digitally submitted moderation beginning in 2017.
NZQA and Te Wānanga o Aotearoa invites you to register your interest in submitting student work to be exhibited at this year’s Ringa Toi Student Exhibition, Wednesday 2 November to Sunday 6 November, Te Wānanga o Aotearoa Porirua Campus, Porirua, Wellington.
A first time event, the exhibition is open to students working towards achieving NCEA levels 1 to 3 with a focus on Toi Māori. The exhibition will include raranga, kākahu (wearable art), tukutuku, tāniko, whakairo, kōwhaiwhai, mahi-tā (paint, print, spray), uku, whakapakoko (sculpture) and mahi-matihiko (digital) showcasing excellence.
If you are interested in submitting material, please complete and submit the Registration of Interest form. We will send you further information shortly after registrations close.