Dual students must be re-registered each year. Dual student registrations open in November/December for the following year. We suggest that primary dual enrolment applications are submitted early to help ensure that students are fully registered for the start of term 1.
Once you have determined that your student is eligible to be registered with us, there are a few things we require before you are able to register them through our Te Kura Enrolment System (TES).
Dual Provider Partnership Agreement
Your school must first accept our Dual Provider Partnership Agreement. Renewed annually, this agreement sets out your responsibilities, and ours, for ensuring students get the most out of their studies with Te Kura. Please ensure your school’s principal and principal’s nominee have read this document before registering students with us.
Ensure your student is registered at the appropriate level
When submitting enrolment applications, check to ensure your student is being registered at the appropriate curriculum level. For example, a learning support student who is working at New Zealand Curriculum Level 1 must be registered in Te Kura learning support subjects in order to receive resources at that level. If the student is working at New Zealand Curriculum Level 2 or 3, the application should be for the ‘000’ code subjects when applying for a Year 9–13 remedial enrolment. If the application is for a Year 1–8 student, the Primary subjects (PR code) should be applied for.
If you’re at all unsure about which curriculum level or course to choose, talk to a Te Kura subject teacher, senior teacher or contact your regional relationship coordinator.
- All Year 1–8 applications for learning support subjects require an Individual Education Plan (IEP) that is less than six months old.
- A school or personal email address must be provided for each Year 9–13 student.
Useful information to include
- Up-to-date information about your student’s ability, literacy, numeracy and curriculum levels will help to ensure your student is registered for a course at the correct level for them.
- An IEP is useful with Year 9–13 applications under the remedial enrolment gateway.
Using the Te Kura Enrolment System
You need to register students using our Te Kura Enrolment System (TES). Our TES user guides and videos provide information about the tools and data available to you. Among other things, they show you how to:
- check the progress of applications
- check registration and subject details
- view subject teacher contact details
- make student or subject cancellations
- update your contact details
- print student barcode labels.