Media Kits & Press Releases


Media Enquiries

For all media enquiries please contact or Julie Landry on 021 895 098

N4L managed network live with first school

Rollout picks up pace with 100 schools signed Today Massey Primary is the first school to go live with a connection to Network for Learning’s (N4L) managed network, with staff and students now exploring new ways of learning thanks to their new fast, safe and...

read more

Schools transitioning to N4L managed network

School names and sneak peek of portal unveiled at ULearn conference The company bringing safe, fast and predictable internet to New Zealand schools, Network for Learning (N4L), today announced the names of more than 20 schools that have begun the transition to its...

read more

N4L welcomes Jack Matthews to the Board

Former media and telecommunications boss Jack Matthews has been appointed to the Board of Network for Learning. His appointment comes as the company progresses its work on building the managed network that will provide New Zealand schools with equitable access to...

read more

School principal joins N4L

N4L is excited to welcome school principal Carolyn Stuart to its senior leadership team. Carolyn fills the newly created role of Education Sector Lead, where she will be working collaboratively with principals, school leaders and other education sector representatives...

read more

N4L team boosted by new talent

Following the appointment of a Chief Executive Officer in December, newly formed N4L has since filled three key full-time roles to help fulfil the company's goal of delivering a fast, reliable and safe online educational network for New Zealand schools. Here are the...

read more

Final winners in N4L iPad2 draw

The final draws have been made in N4L's Term 4 competition. Melissa Marriot, Year 9 at New Plymouth Girls High School, and Cheryl Torrie, Year 5 at Awapuni School in Gisborne, have each won an iPad2 for their school and a $50 iTunes voucher for themselves....

read more

N4L Board Appointments

Education Minister Hekia Parata has today announced the appointments to the inaugural board of the new Crown-owned company to operate and manage the Network for Learning. Helen Robinson has been appointed as Chair and Mark Yeoman Deputy Chair. Martin Wylie, Rick...

read more

Network for Learning a step closer

Education Minister, Hekia Parata, today announced that the Ministry of Education is seeking a network services provider for the Network for Learning, an online network that will enable improved access to education resources for learners. Suppliers are being asked to...

read more

Network for Learning Approved

Education Minister Anne Tolley has announced that a dedicated nationwide online network for New Zealand schools will be developed, to ensure that teaching and learning is at the forefront of global educational developments and makes the most of new technology. The...

read more