Introduction

Jun 29, 2018

Kia ora Greetings

Tēnā koutou katoa.  NCEA – have your say.  The Ministry of Education is looking at ways to strengthen NCEA that will benefit all our young people, rangatahi and other learners.  They need your help to make it happen.  The future of the National Educational Achievement (NCEA) belongs to all New Zealanders.  It is our major school leaving qualification.  Its flexibility and inclusiveness means it works for a diverse range of students with a range of needs.  They know they can make it better.

Get involved today at conversation.education.govt.nz/NCEA

The Ministry of Education want to hear your ideas about NCEA and how they can make it stronger in the future.  They want it to be easy for you to have your say.  There are lots of ways you can join in the conversation:

Have your say – jump online and take the quick survey to tell them about your NCEA experiences

NCEA Make Your Mark competition – If you are aged between 5-20 years old, there are four opportunities to share your experience and what you think about NCEA.  There are over $35,000 in prizes or grants up for grabs!

Public Submissions – If you have lots to say, a detailed submission might be the best way to share your views. Make your submission online.

Get social – Stay in the loop on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and an online AMA. #NCEAHaveYourSay, #NCEAReview, #NCEAMakeYourMark
Youth-to-Youth conversations – They want to hear what students think.  You can contribute online or have your say as part of the NCEA Make Your Mark competition.

Teacher Participation –Join or host a conversation about NCEA or find out how your school or kura are involved.

Public Workshops – They are running workshops where all New Zealanders can explore the future of NCEA. Check out the calendar online, or text on 5811 to book a place.

Have your say

Ka kite anō

Di Carter