News Releases

(Photo: Lucy Swinnen, the Wellingtonian)  

The articles in this section feature local and regional news about adult literacy students, tutors, managers, events and programmes

Scroll through the titles below to see a range of articles.

Classes cancelled at Alert Level 4 - some online classes may be available.

As ALL of Aotearoa New Zealand went into Level 4 lockdown from 11:59pm, 17 Here turi kōkā (August), all in-person Literacy Aotearoa classes nationw

Synergy between service provider and Tupu Aotearoa

Tupu Aotearoa will be delivered in Northland, through service providers Literacy Aotearoa, SENZ and Solomon Group.

Flourishing Pasifika in Aotearoa - New Zealand

New beginnings and a new partnership - Ministry for Pacific Peoples and Literacy Aotearoa


The whole of Aotearoa New Zealand is at Level 1 meaning our Term 1 classes can continue. 

Positive spirit at celebration of adult learners’ achievements

A special learners' day at Literacy Aotearoa, Gisborne in Grey Street celebrated the courage and dedication of the many students who attend the cen

The Festival of Adult Learning

Reading, writing and numeracy skills can affect people’s confidence, ability to find work, or chances of moving to higher paying jobs.