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DigiAwards share the spirit of innovation, community, and inclusivity

Schools in our eastern suburb communities suffered terribly from the 12,500 earthquakes in 2010 and 2011. They were still struggling in 2013. Some very special people responded by transforming teaching and learning in Bexley, Bromley, Linwood, Richmond, Aranui, New Brighton, Burwood and Shirley. The result was the first DigiAwards.

On the 10th anniversary, find out what DigiAwards means to us and our hopes for the future of digital creativity. 

Celebrating community responses to crisis

Celebrating inclusivity in the first DigiAwards

Amplifying innovation and diversity 10 years later

Te toa whakaihuwaka Overall winner 2023

Te toa tuarua mātāmua First overall runner-up 2023

Te toa tuarua mātāmuri Second overall runner-up 2023

Te tohu māhuri tōtara Best newcomer 2023

Supporting communities that care

Top tips for kaiako

An important message for ākonga