It's the official centre for French language and culture in Aotearoa New Zealand. Their aim is to develop the teaching and learning of French, and encourage communication between Francophones, Francophiles and all New Zealanders through a modern cultural and educational programme.
7 Alliances Françaises are located around New Zealand:
The Asia New Zealand Foundation
The Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono is New Zealand’s leading authority on Asia. We provide experiences and resources to help New Zealanders build their knowledge, skills and confidence to thrive in Asia.
Centres of Asia Pacific Excellence
The Centres of Asia-Pacific Excellence (CAPEs) collectively form a hub of intercultural expertise for New Zealanders to prepare for and find success in the diverse and vibrant Asia-Pacific region: North Asia, Southeast Asia and Latin America.
Confucius Institutes in New Zealand
The role of the Confucius Institute is to build New Zealanders’ understanding of and familiarity with China, its language, culture and people. The Confucius Institute provides opportunities for New Zealanders to learn Chinese-in schools and in tailored classes. It builds knowledge of China’s long and rich culture by bringing in artists, writers, and performers to give New Zealand audiences an experience of Chinese traditional and contemporary culture, often in collaboration with Kiwi artists and performers.
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The world's leading language learning platform, incorporating listening, speaking, reading, writing, vocabulary and grammar combined with cutting-edge technology.
A vast library of original written and spoken texts with native speaker recordings and a comprehensive multi-modal vocabulary revision package. It also includes speaking practice with a variety of communicative tasks.
The Goethe-Institut is the Federal Republic of Germany’s cultural institute, active worldwide. We promote the study of German abroad and encourage international cultural exchange.
Korean Education Centre
The Korean Education Centre is a non-profit educational organization representing the Korean Ministry of Education to support Korean citizens residing in New Zealand.
The Korean Education Centre has been promoting Korean learning by supporting the (Saturday) Korean Schools in New Zealand, funding New Zealand schools providing the Korean language classes, and running free Korean Classes at the Korean Education Centre.
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Ministry of Education (MoE)
The Ministry of Education is the Government's lead advisor on the New Zealand education system, shaping direction for sector agencies and providers.
Teachers can find resources for internal and external Achievement Standards for all languages taught in New Zealand.
Te Kete Ipurangi (TKI)
Te Kete Ipurangi – the online knowledge basket – is New Zealand’s bilingual education portal. An initiative of the Ministry of Education, it provides New Zealand schools and students with a wealth of information, resources, and curriculum materials to enhance teaching and learning, raise student achievement, and advance professional development for teaching staff and school managers.
Tui Tuia | Learning Circle
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Tui Tuia offers programmes, workshops, in-person classroom support, online support and resources to help strengthen language learning in New Zealand schools, and many of their services are fully-funded.
They also advocate for language learning and language maintenance in New Zealand schools.
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Tui Tuia | Learning Circle Languages provides professional development in language teaching pedagogy across all languages.
The National Language Advisers provide language & cultural support to teachers of the listed languages below.