National PLD areas and how to apply

Focus on curriculum, progress and achievement using the Ministry of Education priorities.

New professional learning priorities came into effect from term four, 2020, which means kura, schools and kāhui ako can apply for regionally-allocated PLD under the new priorities from this time.

The new priorities for English-medium settings are:

The new priorities for Māori-medium settings are:

Digital fluency remains a priority in all settings.

Further information about the PLD priorities from the Ministry of Education:

Professional Learning & Development – PLD priorities for regionally-allocated PLD

Full descriptions of priorities for English medium settings that underpin regionally allocated PLD

https://pld.education.govt.nz/regionally-allocated-pld/pld-priorities/

Professional Learning & Development – PLD priorities livestream

Livestream from the Ministry of Education outlining how the PLD priorities for regionally-allocated PLD support the sector and the Ministry’s strategic goals, as well as scheduled webinars focused on individual priority areas.

https://pld.education.govt.nz/news/pld-priorities-livestream/

Kōrero Mātauranga – National priorities for professional learning and development

https://conversation.education.govt.nz/conversations/curriculum-progress-and-achievement/national-priorities-for-professional-learning-and-development/

For more information