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NCEA and the Whānau
NCEA & the Whānau is an information programme that provides guidance to parents and Whānau to better understand NCEA. NCEA & the Whānau aims to increase parents’ understanding of NCEA and provides advice and easy tips on how parents can support their children/tamariki to achieve success in education.
NCEA is the National Certificate of Educational Achievement. It is the main national qualification for secondary school students in New Zealand.
See how attending an NCEA & Whānau workshop helped Ngāwai and Sam.
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What does this Workshop cover?
This workshop runs for approximately 1.5 hours. It provides a set of clear, straightforward messages and information about NCEA developed especially for parents and whānau. Whānau get the opportunity to:
- Discuss their aspirations for their tamariki/children;
- Learn practical tips on how they can help their tamariki achieve NCEA success.
Get involved in a workshop near you.