He toi tupu, he toi ora, he toi i ahu mai i Hawaiki (King Tāwhiao). Tupu te toi, ora te toi, whanake te toi. Te toi i ahu mai i Hawaiki (Te Kāpo Tuwhakaea)

Grow the treasure, sustain the treasure, develop the treasure, the treasure that stems from Hawaiki.

Te Toi Tupu - Leading Learning Network is an exciting education consortium made up of five companies:

  • Cognition Education
  • CORE Education
  • The New Zealand Council for Educational Research
  • The University of Waikato
  • Waikato-Tainui College for Research and Development

We have considerable expertise in all areas of education, and currently provide professional learning and development programmes for the Ministry of Education in the areas of literacy, leadership and assessment, Learning with Digital Technologies, Gifted and Talented, New Zealand Curriculum, Maths, Pāngarau, Te Marautanga o Aotearoa and te reo Māori.

We have a strong focus on providing professional learning and development which gets results, particularly for Māori and Pasifika students and students with special educational needs. We have highly skilled facilitators, and a strong monitoring and evaluation programme to ensure this is the case.

You can follow us on Twitter.

Mehemea ka moemoeā ahau, ko ahau anake. Mehemea ka moemoeā tātou, ka taea e tātou (Te Puea Herangi)

If I am to dream I dream alone. If we all dream together then we shall achieve





Te Toi Tupu Updates

  • TTT April news 2016


    This month we share ERO reports and resources, blog on what it means to be Pasific Island student in Auckland, useful Māori resources and updates on new impact stories and infographics for 2016.

  • TTT March news 2016


    Items that interest you this month are resources around collaborative inquiry using Talanoa, some interesting startistic for Māori learners and Te reo Māori, teacher aide modules for inclusive education and modern learning workplaces.

  • TTT February news 2016

    Hui 2016This month showcases updates for Māori, Pasifika, students with assistive learning needs and well as some tips for working/living/learning online.

  • Success stories 2015

    Here are a series of stories celebrating the impact of PLD interventions in schools.

  • Impact stories 2015

    This series of stories showcases impact, shifts and change for leaders, teachers and students.

  • Te Toi Tupu infographics 2014

    Infographics 2014

    These infographics provide a visual representation of the PLD outcomes from across the Te Toi Tupu projects 2014.

  • Teaching as inquiry using a Māori world view

    Pakirehua webinar imagePakirehua: Teaching as Inquiry with a Māori world view. If you missed this webinar, you can still watch the recording (8/2015).


  • Project updates 2014

    Read these brief updates about projects delivered in 2014.

  • Te Toi Tupu infographics 2013

    Infographics 2013

     These infographics provide a visual representation of the PLD outcomes from across the Te Toi Tupu projects 2013.

  • Impact stories 2014

    These stories celebrate the progress and impact across several PLD projects in schools and kura 2014.

  • Te Toi Impact

    Based on work within schools and kura, we have created a series of stories and infographics about the impact of PLD for leaders, teachers and students.

  • Projects

    Find out more about the Te Toi Tupu's professional learning and development programmes on behalf of the Ministry of Education. Follow us on TWITTER.

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