View our collections and services, and find out how you can access them. Our entire catalogue is available online for you to browse and make requests.
Kelston Deaf Education Centre provides hearing aid batteries and repair services to students up until the age of 21 years, who are enrolled in full-time education in the school sector.
The KDEC CIH Team aims to support all school-age students who have, or are receiving, a Cochlear Implant (CI) under the NCIP in order to maximise their auditory potential.
Ruāmoko Marae is the only Deaf Marae in the world. It is a place where students can learn their Kaupapa, Marae protocol and Maori culture.
The museum is housed in and around an original 1960 girls’ dormitory. As well as a range of memorabilia of books, records, furniture, photographs, there are educational, technical, communication and medical artefacts.
The purpose of this page is to provide schools, parents and Deaf education professionals involved in NZSL@School
with the information and resources required.