Your evidence is a key part of your entry. Evidence is the data and information you select to explain what your team achieved, and show the impact it made on your learners. You need to present your evidence in a way the judges find interesting. Try to think of creative ways to show the impact your work programme has had on learners, teachers, parents, whānau and the broader community.
He wāhanga tino whaitake tō taunakitanga o tō tono. Ko te taunakitanga he raraunga kua tīpakohia hei whakamārama i ngā tutukitanga o tō rōpū me ngā pānga ki ngā ākonga. Me whakaatu ā koutou taunakitanga kia kaingākau ai ngā Kaiwhakawā. Whakaarohia ngā momo ara auaha hei whakaatu i te pānga o tā koutou kaupapa ki ngā ākonga, ngā kaiako, ngā mātua, ngā whānau me te hapori whānui.
How to use evidence in your entry
Me pēhea e whakamahi taunakitanga i roto i tō tono
Ngā Pātai Auau
Check out the eligibility criteria and get the answers to the most common questions about entering the Awards.
Tirohia ngā tikanga māraurau me ngā whakautu ki ngā pātai auau mō te whakauru ki ngā Tohu.
These resources will help you tell a clear and compelling story about your team’s achievements.
Hei āwhina ēnei rauemi i a koe ki te taki i tō kōrero kia mārama, kia manawarū hoki mō ngā tutukitanga a tō rōpū.
Tips from Judges & Past Entrants
He Kōrero Āwhina mai i ngā Kaiwhakawā me Ngā Kaitono o ngā tau ki mua
We asked past judges, as well as previous finalists and winners, how to write a successful entry.
I pātaihia ngā kaiwhakawā me ngā toa o ngā tau ki mua, me pēhea e tuhi ai tētahi tono whakauru kia angitu ai.