For Our Schools

Ko te ahurei o te tamaiti arahia ō tātou māhi

Let the uniqueness of the child guide our work

Links to useful websites for supporting diverse learners

Practical guidance for Aotearoa teachers and educational leaders. Check out our 28 guides. Helping you recognise, plan for, and meet the learning and wellbeing needs of diverse learners.

TKI Special Education site with educators tools, links to IEP planners.

The Education Hub

We are here to help you to identify and use research in your teaching, and to support you in developing and sharing your ideas.

Positive Behaviour for Learning initiatives help parents, whānau, teachers, early childhood centres, and schools address problem behaviour, improve children's well-being, and increase educational achievement.

This resource supports teachers to understand and draw on effective strategies that enhance students' behaviour, engagement, participation, and learning. School leaders will also find it useful in their work with teachers in the areas of effective pedagogy and behaviour support.

Information for school leaders and teachers to help support inclusion and deliver an inclusive classroom curriculum.

Everyone's In

This tool will help you develop classroom curriculum that works for all of your students, from the outset.

This is a set of modules that teachers and teacher aides complete together. Its purpose is to strengthen working relationships, improve role clarity, and build knowledge of inclusive practice that supports student learning.

The Learning Support Network (LSN) is a place and space for learning support coordinators and SENCO throughout New Zealand to connect, communicate and collaborate with each other online and offline.

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IEPOnline is for anyone involved in developing or implementing individual education plans (IEPs) to support students with special education needs.

Assistive technology (AT) is specialised equipment and technology that students with additional learning needs use in class to increase or improve their ability to participate and learn.

The Ongoing Resourcing Scheme (ORS) provides support for students with the highest ongoing levels of need for specialist support to enable them to attend school, join in and learn alongside other students at school.

Links to Local Agencies

Incredible Years for Teachers

Information on Neurodiversity

Cluster Database

Database Help?