All posts by: Darren Sudlow

Welcome to the NetNZ Annual Report for 2021. We have collected a series of articles that include messages from the board and executive, summaries of activities, and articles that help tell the story of 2021 and beyond. Access our full...
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Our L3 Psychology teachers, Zara and Ange work together to meet the needs of over 40 students. There are no walls online so why create them?...
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Welcome to the NetNZ Annual Report for 2021. We have collected a series of articles that include messages from the board and executive, summaries of activities, and articles that help tell the story of 2021 and beyond. Access our full...
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NetNZ has been working with Chris Clay and We are Futures to fully explore future possibilities so that we place ourselves in an sustainable and influential position. This involves scanning our current context to ensure we have a thorough understanding...
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Kia ōra, my name is Tayla. I am a Year 13 student at Fiordland College in Te Anau, and this is my third year in NetNZ’s Economics course....
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안녕하세요! My name is Bridget, and I am Year 12 at Cornerstone Chirstian School in Palmerston North, New Zealand. This year is my second year of taking the NetNZ Korean Language course...
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Notice of Annual General Meeting. Call for remits and invitation to stand for election...
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Explore our programmes / NetNZ Website / Enquire now Who are we? NetNZ is a community of secondary and area schools from across the South Island who work together to provide online learning opportunities for their students. NetNZ’s mission statement recognises that, above...
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Ashburton College is situated in the bustling hub of Ashburton, Mid Canterbury, the heart of New Zealand’s beautiful South Island. The College has the advantage of being the “right size”, and in the “right place”. We have higher than the...
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Are we missing the point when we extol the virtues of online learning?...
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