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Welcome to all teachers and students interested in learning more about censorship. In this section you will find information on showing films in primary, intermediate and secondary schools, as well as information about our Censor for a Day events.

In February 2010 we launched our student site with information targeted at students (and teachers) looking at censorship, in particular Media Studies Level 3 Achievement Standard AS90779 - Investigate an aspect of media and explain its significance for New Zealand. The student website has all the information that you previously found on our main site, plus a whole lot more!

If you have questions which are not answered here, please contact the Information Unit.


Student website cartoon - Link to the Information for Students website, opens in a new windowStudying censorship for NCEA?

What you'll find on this site:

* New case studies on films and video games

*A timeline of key moments in New Zealand censorship history

*Answers to FAQs about the censorship system

Go to the Censorship in New Zealand - Information for Students website

Schools and film

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Thinking of showing students a film? Learn more about schools and film.

Censor for a Day

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You've been learning about censorship - now try giving it a go yourself! Read about our Censor for a Day programme

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