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.

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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.

 
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