Privacy Policy

Privacy policy for the Education Gazette | Tukutuku Kōrero website, including how we treat personal information and how we use cookies.

Privacy statement

Our privacy policy is governed by the New Zealand Privacy Act 2020(external link) and applies to personal and other information collected on the Education Gazette website.

If you voluntarily provide personal information – for example, through online forms – we’ll keep that information secure and will not disclose it to any third party. Any personal information supplied will only be used for the purpose for which it was provided or permitted by the Privacy Act 2020 or otherwise required by law.

You can check the personal information that we hold, or request information be corrected (if required), by contacting us:

The Privacy Officer
Ministry of Education
PO Box 1666
Wellington 6011


Go to the Privacy Commissioner's website(external link) for more information on privacy. 

Browser cookies

This website uses cookies. These are small files stored on your computer’s hard drive. We use these to gather information about how this website is used, and to make changes to improve your experience.

The Education Gazette uses cookies to save contact information when you submit a job vacancy or notice listing.

If you don’t want us to save your information, you can manually disable cookies at any time. Check your browser's "Help" to find out how. This won’t affect how you see the site, but you will need to have cookies turned on to submit a vacancy or notice listing.

Other information we collect includes the date and time you visited the site, your IP address , the pages you accessed on our site, the search terms you used, details about your operating system (eg, Windows 7, Mac OSX) and your web browser (eg, Firefox or Internet Explorer).

The data is collected and aggregated for the Ministry of Education by Google Analytics, a measurement and research service. Go to Google’s Advertising page(external link) for more on their privacy policy.

Unsolicited email

The publication of email addresses on this site should not be taken as deemed consent to receive unsolicited email.

People or organisations wishing to send emails to individuals or organisations with email addresses appearing on this website must comply with the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007. Go to the Department of Internal Affairs’ Anti-spam information.(external link)