We continue to connect and build stronger partnerships and have remained true to our mission to be a catalyst for educational improvement. We see our partners as part of our extended whānau and are grateful for their expertise and support every day.
Edge Learning Solutions (ELS) is a key provider of software-as-a-service solutions to the education sector in New Zealand and Internationally.
Cutting to the heart of student achievement, ELS is re-imagining the future of Student Management Systems for principals, boards, teachers, caregivers and students.
As a Ministry of Education accredited provider of school management software, ELS provides schools with an extensive suite of applications for the administration of all school types. This includes administration and management of assessments, curriculum, attendance, students, staff, library resources, finances and asset management.
By joining forces, Edge Learning Solutions and Te Kete Hono bring New Zealand schools a ”best of breed” solution combining both student and learning management systems. The integration of the two cutting edge cloud-based systems creates an offering for the New Zealand education sector that is not currently available. .
Ready 4 Learning framework was developed to help learners arrive at school with the necessary skills for the Primary Curriculum. In-depth studies of current research and best practice led to the development of the framework. Ready 4 Learning now works with facilitators throughout New Zealand to support and develop teaching and learning in the early years.
Ready 4 Learning and Te Kete Hono have signed a partnership agreement which will see the two bring an integrated offering to New Zealand schools and ECEs. The two organisations will work together in schools that want both SchoolTalk and the foundational skills resources, progressions and assessments that Ready 4 Learning provides.
Monocle Education is a research driven education company specialising in social-emotional learning.
Their mission is to help schools understand the social-emotional and psychological aspects of the ‘whole child’ and to develop, integrate and embed learning-related behaviours and skills into the classroom to enable learners to reach their full potential.