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The Commerce Commission has produced an animated series to help New Zealand consumers know their rights.

Each episode focuses on a common situation that many New Zealanders will find themselves in, such as getting a loan, buying a car, or being visited by a door to door salesperson.

View the episodes and additional resources from the Commerce Commission website

Te Whāriki online survey


Give your feedback on the Te Whāriki website. Participate in a survey about the website for Te Whāriki, to help us understand how effective it is as a resource for kaiako and find out about your needs for additional resources. The survey will take 10–30 minutes and is available online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VQMM3JM

International Languages Week 14–18 August 2017


International Languages Week takes place this year 14–18 August.

This resource page has ideas and resources to help you showcase and promote languages and cultures in your school and communities. 

Cook Islands Language Week / Te epetoma o te reo Māori Kuki Airani 30 July–5 August 2017


Cook Islands Language Week / Te epetoma o te reo Māori Kuki Airani takes place this year from 30 July to 5 August.

This resource page from The New Zealand Curriculum Online provides ideas, resources, and inspiration to help you learn and celebrate the languages of the Cook Islands with your school community.

Leading change with the help of digital technologies – free Term 3 workshops


In Term 3 2017, the Connected Learning Advisory (CLA) is running half day or optional full day workshops aimed at supporting leaders in schools, kura, and Communities of Learning | Kāhui Ako to lead change with the help of digital technologies.

The workshops are free of charge and are being held in locations across the country, from 14 August - 8 September.

Find out more and register from this page...

Digital Technologies | Hangarau Matihiko consultation open


Consultation is now open on the draft Digital Technologies | Hangarau Matihiko (DT | HM) curriculum content, and the Ministry of Education invites submissions.

You can find more information and make a submission on the Ministry of Education's website.

The consultation process will run until 31 August. There will be opportunities at workshops around the country to learn more and provide feedback over July and August 2017. 

Wellbeing resources for schools

Wellbeing resources for schools


Resources are available to help school leaders and staff support the wellbeing of their students.

NZCER's Wellbeing at School self review tools explore how different layers of school life contribute to creating a safe and caring climate that deters bullying. You can use the toolkits to confidentially store data, access data reports, find suggestions for next steps actions, and track changes over time.

ERO provides school leaders and teachers with good ideas and models to support them in promoting wellbeing for their students:

The Ministry of Education also provides the following:

Venice Biennale and Lisa Reihana learning resource


A new digital resource has been produced to support learning about New Zealand's involvement in the international contemporary art exhibition Venice Biennale, and the works of New Zealand's 2017 exhibitor Lisa Reihana.

The Year 9–13 resource provides a set of multimedia and curriculum-driven Visual Arts and Social Sciences teaching units.

The resource is a collaboration between Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa and Creative New Zealand Toi Aotearoa, with support from  Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki.

Find out more......

Matariki - the Māori New Year


Matariki is the Māori name for a group of stars known as the Pleiades star cluster. 

The Māori New Year is marked by the rise of this star cluster and the sighting of the next new moon.

In 2017, Matariki is due to begin on 25 June.

Matariki is seen as an important time to celebrate the earth and show respect for the land, and is an opportunity for Māori communities to share their stories and culture with other New Zealanders. 

This resource page from NZ Curriculum Online has many ideas and resources that teachers and students can use to get involved and celebrate with their school community.

By celebrating Matariki with your students and the wider community you can bring the principles of The New Zealand Curriculum to life, especially community engagementcultural diversity, the Treaty of Waitangi, and inclusion.

Matariki units on nzmaths

Matariki units on nzmaths


New cross curricular units that explore a variety of mathematics ideas in the context of Matariki are available from nzmaths.

The units support learning at level 2level 3, and level 4

The sessions in each of these units can be run as individual activities, and most of them could be adjusted to suit different curriculum levels.

Feedback about the units is welcome and can be sent to andrew@nzmaths.co.nz