We provide professional upskilling to empower Kāhui Ako (Communities of Learning), Tumuaki (School Leaders), Kaiako (Teachers) and Kaiāwhina (Teacher Aides) to achieve better outcomes for students.
We provide services and programs to strengthen the capability and resilience of educators in our ever changing world.
We work alongside leaders, teachers and school communities, co-constructing Professional Learning & Development (PLD) programmes.
These focus on lifting professional practice and improving outcomes for learners. We believe that effective, sustained professional learning is best developed in collaboration with educators, whānau, communities and ākonga.
The University of Auckland connection
We combine research and innovation from the University of Auckland to design and deliver a range of education and mentoring solutions for educators.
The University of Auckland is New Zealand's largest community of active education researchers, who are all engaged in creating new knowledge vital to the education and wellbeing of our community and our world.
Opening of Auckland Training college (ATC)
Auckland Training college (ATC) first established.
Opening of University of Auckland (UoA) School
The University of Auckland (UoA) School of Education was first established.
Opening of Tūtahi Tonu marae
Tutahi Tonu mārae was the second marae to be established at a tertiary institution in the country, but the first fully carved whare.
ATC renamed as Auckland College of Education (ACE)
Combining primary, secondary and early childhood support.
Team Solutions established
Team Solutions was established by UoA's School of Education to provide professional learning and development (PLD) to upskill educators in English medium settings.
ACE and UoA's School of Education merge
ACE and UoA's School of Education merged to form the UoA Faculty of Education.
Team Solutions merges with Te Puna Wānanga
Team Solutions (Māori education in English medium) merged with Te Puna Wānanga (Māori education in Māori medium) to form Te Whanau Maioha, delivering in-service Māori education under Te Puna Wānanga.
UoA Faculty of Education changes name
UoA Faculty of Education changed its name to Faculty of Education and Social Work | Te Kura Akaranga me te Tauwhiro Tangata to better reflect the research and qualifications offered.
UoA and Auckland UniServices consolidates all education contracts
UoA and Auckland UniServices consolidated all education contracts, programmes, and services into one business unit called Future Learning Solutions (FLS).
UoA was gifted a new Māori name - Waipapa Taumata Rau
UoA was gifted a new Māori name - Waipapa Taumata Rau - by the people of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei. Waipapa Taumata Rau represents our ongoing partnership with iwi and champion building respect for Māori Knowledge.
FLS embraces a new bicultural name
To honor our roots in Aotearoa, FLS embraced a new bicultural name: Tui Tuia | Learning Circle.
We have a passionate and highly experienced team who are dedicated to delivering high quality professional learning and development for schools across New Zealand, the Pacific, Australia and internationally.
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We empower educators to achieve equitable, world class outcomes for students in an evolving global environment.
Hutia te rito o te harakeke, kei whea te kōmako e kō? Kī mai ki ahau; he aha te mea nui o te ao? Māku e kī atu, he tāngata, he tāngata, he tāngata.
Our Tui Tuia | Learning Circle logo celebrates the harakeke, which symbolises the family and the cycle of life. The rito is the child. It is protected by the awhi rito (parents). The outside leaves represent the tūpuna (grandparents and ancestors). The tui is a symbol of the people and the act of guardianship, and the flower represents the seed of knowledge.
Trusted partners & donors
We work closely with many organisations including language associations, other providers of teacher training and professional development, universities, overseas governments and business associations delivering quality, support and opportunities for teachers.
We are proud to be sponsors of the following organisations:
Wellington Regional Primary Principals' Association (WRPPA)
Auckland Primary Principals' Association (APPA)
New Zealand Principals' Federation (NZPF)
New Zealand Literacy Association (NZLA)
National Association of Secondary Deputy and Assistant Principals (NASDAP)
Interested in joining us?
The Learning Circle has a passionate team of facilitators, tutors, and support staff located across New Zealand. If you're interested in joining our team, we'd love to hear from you!