Registrations for Semester 2 primary programmes are open now

Find out all the important information on how to register and what you need to do to prepare and support your learners. Current participating schools and new schools please read carefully and note actions you need to take.

Registration timeline

We have lots of great new programmes available this year – see our full prospectus here. 

All schools currently participating this year:

Other schools wanting to register for Semester 2:


  • Registrations close Monday 24 June 12 pm
  • Check Semester 2 draft timetable– available 28 June
    schools check carefully to ensure that your students are in the classes they have registered for AND there are no clashes with other school commitments (like tech times). The timetable may be drafted more than once during the week before classes to accommodate changes so please check each version.
  • Classes startfirst week of Term 3
    make sure you have adequate support & supervision in the first few weeks that children are getting started. 
    • There are 10 weeks of classes in term 3
    • There are 5 weeks of classes in term 4 finishing 15 November
  • Class Calendar all classes will be listed on our Kōtui Ako Primary classes google calendar, and you and your learners will be invited to your classes. When these are available please add the appropriate classes to your own calendar so that you can set up reminders (just click on the event and choose copy to your calendar). Get your students to do this too.
  • For all the important details please read our Protocols of Participation.

Halfmoon Bay ākonga in Digital Technology class — Image by: Halfmoon Bay School

Learning online is a partnership between schools and Kōtui Ako. We work with you to ensure your learners are well supported and ready to participate in their online programmes

Book one of our free introductory sessions for:

School staff find out how our online learning is setup and how you can best support your learners.

Students find out about how to prepare for success in their online class.

Read our Top 10 Tips for supporting online learners.

Resources you will need:

Make sure you spend some time checking your systems and preparing your children. Look forward to seeing you in class!

Nau mai haere mai! 

(Schools interested in secondary programmes should contact [email protected] for more information.)