Te Whāriki webinars | Ngā Kauhaurangi

As part of the Ministry of Education funded Te Whāriki implementation programme, CORE Education is facilitating a series of 10 webinars from August 2017 – June 2018. Each one-hour webinar will explore a different aspect of Te Whāriki.

This is intended to support services to weave their own curriculum design as they engage in critical inquiry around Te Whāriki 2017.

Kaiako are invited to participate in the webinar series for Te Whāriki 2017.

  • Webinar 1 – August 2017: The full promise of Te Whāriki (A recording of webinar 1 is available below.)

  • Webinar 2 – September 2017: Deciding what matters here (A recording of webinar 2 is available below.)

  • Webinar 3 – October 2017: Mana atua/Well being – Can I trust you? (A recording of webinar 3 is available below.)

  • Webinar 4 – November 2017: Mana Whenua/Belonging (A recording of webinar 4 is available below.)

  • Webinar 5 – December 2017 - January 2018: Mana tangata/Contribution – Is this place fair? (Register below.)

  • Webinar 6 – February 2018: Communication/Mana Reo – do you hear me? (Register below.)


Register for the webinars

Mana tangata/Contribution – Is this place fair?

January, 2018:

For more information, download the flyer: Te Whāriki – Webinars | Ngā Kauhaurangi.


Communication/Mana Reo – Do you hear me?

February, 2018:

For more information, download the flyer: Te Whāriki – Webinars | Ngā Kauhaurangi.

To register, you will need to provide your Ministry of Education Service/Centre number. This can be found on your ERO reports or on the Education Counts Data Services page.

If you have any issues locating this, please contact CORE Education at info@tewhariki.cc

For information about what to bring and how to connect to the webinar, download this guide: Te Whāriki webinars – How to guide.

Webinar recordings

Webinar 1 - The full promise of Te Whāriki


Webinar 2 – Deciding what matters here


Webinar 3 – Mana Atua/Wellbeing


Webinar 4 - Mana whenua/Belonging

Early learning services are invited to submit an expression of interest to join networks of inquiry and participate in free, nationwide PLD focusing on working with Te Whāriki, 2017. You can make contact with your local curriculum champion (facilitator) to discuss this further. See: Curriculum Champions.