We will continue to establish networks with a dedicated focus on student achievement in science. Science Networks are groups of schools / kura and communities working together to grow capability and to accelerate achievement of priority learners in ways that recognise cultural diversity and that grows innovative and effective 21st century learning environments.
Science Networks are partnerships between students, families / whānau, schools / kura, community leaders, the Ministry of Education and UniServices / the Faculty of Education in the University of Auckland.
Science Networks are designed to:
Together these communities co-construct responses to a learning challenge to enable accelerated progress towards equitable outcomes for priority groups and student achievement.
If you’d like some more information about Science Networks, please contact: