Communities of Learning / Kāhui ako

Our facilitators are able to work with Kāhui Ako to design a programme of professional development services that will support their specific achievement challenges and priorities. With our collective strength and capacity, we are able to provide a team response to your PLD priorities, drawing together the expertise and experience of facilitators and academics to tailor the right package of support at the right time.

Working as a Kāhui Ako does require high levels of relational trust, collaboration and partnership, particularly as it comes to leading across and within schools. We also have a team of expert partners who work with leaders of Kāhui Ako as they build collaborative practices and take action towards shared achievement challenges. To find out more about how an expert partner can help your Kāhui Ako.

Contact Kathryn Hodson and Elizabeth Eley.