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Meeting curriculum needs specific to your community

Your local curriculum should be unique and responsive to the priorities, preferences, and issues of your community and your people.

Ensure your local curriculm meets needs the specific your community and people and you are preparing students for success. We can support you across all elements of The New Zealand Curriculum designing your local curriculum and ensuring you’re supporting the strengths of all of your learners.

We can help you to:

  • be reponsive to the various student’s needs including identity, language, culture, interests, strengths and goals
  • create a clear focus on supporting progress and engagement
  • develop practices to encourage knowledge, values, and competencies that create confident and connected lifelong learners.
Discover Who Can Help

Why work with us?

Experts

We have experts with both the knowledge and experience so we can provide you with the most effective practices.

The Right Fit

We have a range of facilitators with different background and skills so we can match you with a facilitator who will be a great fit for your school.

Curriculum Knowledge

Our team have specialised knowledge in literacy and we have been working with teachers to improve their capabilities in the teaching for many years.

Solutions

We’ll work with you to identify your needs and to find the best solution that will meet your requirements.

Who can help?

Choose Your Region:

Gayle McIlraith (Director) (Auckland)
Primary

Contact Gayle McIlraith (Director)

Expertise:

  • Literacy
  • Curriculum Progress Tools
  • Local Curriculum Design
  • Science
  • Assessment Literacy & Evaluation
  • Leadership

Christine Hardie (Auckland)
Primary

Contact Christine Hardie

Expertise:

  • Curriculum Progress Tools
  • Local Curriculum
  • Assessment Literacy and Evaluation
  • Mathematics
  • Leadership
  • Teaching as Inquiry

Robyn Headifen (Auckland)
Primary, Secondary

Contact Robyn Headifen

Expertise:

  • Local curriculum
  • Digital Technology
  • Mathematics
  • Teaching as Inquiry

Alana Madgwick (Auckland)
Primary, Secondary

Contact Alana Madgwick

Expertise:

  • Curriculum Progress Tools
  • Cultural Competency
  • Teaching as Inquiry

Jenny Thompson (Auckland)
Primary

Contact Jenny Thompson

Expertise:

  • Literacy
  • Leadership
  • Curriculum Progress Tools
  • Local curriculum
  • Assessment and Evaluation

Waveney Bryant (Auckland)
Primary

Contact Waveney Bryant

Expertise:

  • Digital Technologies
  • Assessment Literacy & Evaluation
  • Local Curriculum
  • Learning Conversations

Sarah Cobb (Christchurch)
Primary

Contact Sarah Cobb

Expertise:

  • Mathematics and statistics Years 1-8
  • Local curriculum
  • Assessment & Evaluation
  • Teaching as inquiry
  • Leadership
  • Building student agency and engagement

Kerry Upson (Northland / Tai Tokerau)
Primary, Secondary

Contact Kerry Upson

Expertise:

  • Literacy
  • Curriculum progress tools
  • Local Curriculum
  • Teaching as Inquiry

Ruth Price (Taranaki / Whanganui / Manawatu)
Primary, Secondary

Contact Ruth Price

Expertise:

  • Literacy
  • Secondary
  • Curriculum Progress Tools
  • Local curriculum
  • Assessment Literacy and Evaluation
  • Teaching as Inquiry

Andrea Piters (Wellington)
Primary

Contact Andrea Piters

Expertise:

  • Literacy
  • Local curriculum
  • Assessment Literacy and Evaluation
  • Leadership
  • Teaching as Inquiry

Caron Watson (Wellington)
Primary

Contact Caron Watson

Expertise:

  • Literacy
  • Curriculum Progress Tools
  • Local Curriculum
  • Assessment Literacy and Evaluation
  • Leadership
  • Teaching as Inquiry