Providing faster, safer internet for Aotearoa New Zealand’s schools and kura
We design and deliver smarter, simpler digital technology services so kaiako and ākonga can focus on teaching and learning.
We connect kura to faster safer, internet for learning.
We help protect kura, kaiako and their ākonga from the worst of the web.
We support kura and IT providers every step of the way, with expertise, tools and insights.
Network for Learning (N4L) is a Crown-owned technology company that connects schools and kura across Aotearoa to safe and reliable internet. We’re one of the largest networks of our kind in the world, and our aim is to support all kaiako and ākonga to teach and learn safely online.
for all state and state-integrated schools and kura
New Zealand schools & kura connected
CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF SCHOOL & KURA CONNECTIONS
Fully funded Email Protection
To protect schools from the increasing number of cyber threats, we’re rolling out a new industry-leading Email Protection solution. Fully funded by the Ministry of Education, it gives eligible schools an enhanced level of email security and added peace of mind. Take a look at our FAQs.
“As a small school with no external IT support, N4L set up the new Ministry-funded email protection service on our behalf, making getting on board super easy. It’s great to have the peace of mind knowing that our school has this extra protection in place.”
Tim Lucas, Principal
St Peter Chanel School (Green Island)
Introducing our cybersecurity services
With cybersecurity incidents on the rise and security threats becoming more sophisticated, there’s a new superpower on your side – N4L’s cybersecurity services. We’ve teamed up with the Ministry of Education to help improve the cybersecurity posture of schools and kura.
“N4L is a gold standard when it comes to the safety and security of our school.”
Hornby High School
Upgrading school Wi-Fi
To give ākonga a safer, more seamless Wi-Fi experience throughout the school or kura, we’re extending the Managed Network into classrooms by replacing network equipment as part of the Ministry of Education’s Te Mana Tūhono programme.