Supporting learning at home
- Helping your child develop key competencies
- Parent-teacher meetings
- School holidays
- NCEA and Scholarship exams
Helping your child develop key competencies
Your child is learning a range of skills and abilities (key competencies) to help them to do well in life. There are lots of things you can do to help your child develop and use these.
At least once a year, and usually a couple of times a year, you will have the opportunity to meet with your child's teachers. It's useful to understand how these meetings work and know what to expect from them.
Forget 'just surviving' the holidays - here are some ideas to help you and your family and whānau have fun and 'thrive'!
NCEA and Scholarship exams
Check out some useful tips for helping your child. Also find out where to go to keep up to date with exam information.