Mālō e lelei, Talofa lava, Kia orana, Malo ni, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Ni sa bula vinaka, Fakatalofa atu, Namaste, Kam na mauri, tēnā koutou and warm Pacific greetings.
Thank you for continuing to share your experiences and the innovation and aspirations of your families and your communities, and thank you for caring and supporting each other during COVID-19.
Through the fono series of 2018 and 2019, Pacific learners, families, teachers, leaders and communities shared what matters to them in education: an education system that is free from racism; that values Pacific children, young people and families as leaders of learning; and supports them to feel safe, valued and equipped to achieve their education aspirations.
We know that some things matter even more now because of COVID-19 like access to education, and meaningful pathways that lead to employment, learner and family wellbeing.
We have great pleasure in sharing with you the Action Plan for Pacific Education 2020-2030.
Summary version (English) [PDF, 872 KB]
Full Action Plan (English) [PDF, 3,869 KB]
Hard copies for early learning centres, schools and tertiary institutions are available now through Down the Back of the chair.
If you are an individual or community group who would like hard copies, email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Action Plan maps the Government’s commitment to transforming outcomes for Pacific learners and families and signals how early learning services, schools and tertiary providers can achieve change for Pacific learners and their families.
The Action Plan identifies five key shifts and a set of actions that are needed to achieve this vision:
The Action Plan was co-designed with Pacific communities through a series of fono in 2018 and 2019. You can find out more about what was shared at the fono, on this webpage, under “What you said: 2018” and “What you said: 2019”
The Action Plan has resources and guidance for early learning services, schools, tertiary providers and families and communities, including planning templates.
You can find a short summary of the Action Plan in English and 10 Pacific languages here: