“As a small, rural school, we don’t have the resources to keep up with the latest filtering and safety technologies. So it’s great that N4L takes care of this for us.” Vivienne Goldsmith, Principal, Tauhoa School
“The upgraded Managed Network has been a game-changer for us.” Elise Goddard, Director of E-Learning, Mt Albert Grammar School
“Our ambition is to provide learners with a safe and seamless online learning experience, regardless of where and how they learn.” Larrie Moore, CEO
What we do.
Network for Learning (N4L) is a Crown Company that connects 98% of New Zealand schools to internet services, through our safe and secure Managed Network. This gives students access to the digital world for learning, which supports the New Zealand Government’s goals for education. That’s a brief overview, but you can read more about our Managed Network here.
Why we do it.
Our purpose is to help bridge the digital divide and make sure every young New Zealander has access to the digital world for learning, regardless of where they live or go to school. We believe this will empower our students to succeed in education and beyond. Ultimately, it’s about creating a future-ready, world-ready Aotearoa.
We’re upgrading our Managed Network right now with smarter and safer tools, to help schools stay as safe as possible. This includes improved internet filtering and firewall services, enhanced threat protection, smarter reporting and an easier way to upgrade to more bandwidth when needed. For Managed Network Upgrade support, call 0800 LEARNING.
The future’s even more exciting, as we work towards our goal of moving from connected schools to connected learners. That means providing young New Zealanders internet access outside of school, so they can continue their learning.
Get in touch.
We’ve got a dedicated team on hand to help with any questions you might have.
Give them a call on 0800 LEARNING, or email email@example.com
For queries relating to the Ministry of Education’s Network Support Extension service, you can find further information here.
If your school has signed a Network Support Extension agreement, we’re here to help. If you experience any issues that your existing IT support contact thinks are related to your supported hardware, call us and we’ll take care of it for you.