Learner Voice Project

Posted on 15 February 2022

Tāmaki Makaurau has the most ethnically diverse youth with two in five residents born overseas. So, how do we preserve and amplify the diversity and cultural significance in our learners? We asked eight teachers and 25 students about language, culture and identity in the classroom. Check out the videos below for more insight:

*Thank you to Rutherford College, Sir Edmund Hillary Colligate and Wesley Primary.

Why language, culture and identity in the classroom makes a difference:

Meaningful teacher - student engagement is vital:

What creates positive experiences in school?