Engaging with Mokopuna on the Curriculum refresh
The Office of the Children’s Commissioner (OCC) are working with the Ministry of Education (MoE) to ensure mokopuna have a say in the curriculum refresh by setting up three Youth Voices Groups to work with us over the next two years.
The three groups will be:
- Rangatahi Māori - mokopuna from diverse backgrounds who whakapapa Māori
- Disabled Youth - mokopuna from diverse backgrounds living with a disability and
- Diverse Youth - mokopuna from diverse backgrounds including Pacific and other ethnic backgrounds.
The groups will work to ensure mokopuna voices are heard as key decisions are made throughout the curriculum refresh.
We are requesting nominations of suitable mokopuna from organisations, schools and other agencies who hold trusting and sustained relationship with the mokopuna they are nominating and who are prepared to support them throughout their involvement. .
Please fill out the form with the young person you are nominating.
For any questions get in touch at email@example.com
Mai World: Child and Youth Voices aims to listen to, engage with, and reflect the voices of mokopuna and share them with decision makers. Our team works with mokopuna from all around Aotearoa to understand what they think about a range of topics. We then share their thoughts so they can guide government and community decision making, as well as the work we do.
What mokopuna have told us
Below you can find what mokopuna have told us about education and wellbeing (click on the down arrow to toggle between the two topics):
14 March 2018 Reports
Education matters to me: Experiences of tamariki and rangatahi MāoriRead more