Important Notices

Te Waharoa Ararau e-Workshops

The second series of e-workshops for schools, kura and Māori medium settings using Te Waharoa Ararau will be available through the Ministry’s Training Services. Click this link to read more.

http://tmoa.tki.org.nz/Nga-Whanaketanga-Rumaki-Maori/Te-Waharoa-Ararau-e-Workshops

OTJ Workshops

OTJ (overall teacher judgment) Workshops for schools, kura and Māori medium settings using Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori will be held in your region in Term 3 and 4. Visit this webpage for more information:

http://tmoa.tki.org.nz/Nga-Whanaketanga-Rumaki-Maori/Maori-Medium-OTJ-Workshops

About Te Waharoa Ararau

Te Waharoa Ararau has two parts:

Te Waharoa Ararau: ā-Kura

Has been developed by the Ministry of Education to assist with the collection of student achievement information in alignment with Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori ‚- Pāngarau and Te Reo Matatini. This information will assist with the collation and reporting of achievement at individual, class, and school-wide level to students, their whānau and teachers. This tool is available to all kura and Māori medium settings who use Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori - Pāngarau and Te Reo Matatini with their year 1 - 8 students.

Te Waharoa Ararau: ā-Motu

Is the annual reporting tool that must be used by kura and schools who use Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori - Pāngarau and Te Reo Matatini to complete their reporting requirements for their Year 1-8 students.

You must register to gain access to this tool. To register complete the appropriate form by clicking on the register button in the login panel.

Please Note: To use this system you need Internet Explorer 9 or higher, or Chrome, Firefox or Safari.

Ā-Kura

Support

For an introduction to using the Te Waharoa Ararau ā-Kura download one of the following relevant help sheets.

Or watch the How to use TWA videos

Ā-Motu

Support

For an introduction to using only Te Waharoa Ararau ā-Motu to meet your Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori NAG2A reporting requirements.

Or watch the How to use TWA videos

Queries

If you have any queries about the tool in general please read the Key messages and frequently asked questions document. If you have further questions please email tewaharoa.ararau@minedu.govt.nz.

If you are experiencing any technical difficulties please email tewaharoa.ararau@minedu.govt.nz

Who has access to the data?

Only users registered and approved by your kura or school administrator can access student information in Te Waharoa Ararau: Ā-Kura & Te Waharoa Ararau: Ā-Motu. The Ministry of Education does not have access to the data stored in this database.

Register for TWAāK

Register for TWAāM

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