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Curriculum resources

There is an array of resources available to support schools as they design and review their school curriculum.

Career education
Career Education and Guidance in New Zealand Schools offers advice and support to schools on providing effective career education and guidance in years 7 to 13.

Curriculum blog
The NZC Online blog provides ideas, resources, and tools to help schools design and shape their own curriculum.  

Curriculum research reports
Research reports published to support The New Zealand Curriculum.

Education for Enterprise
Education for Enterprise (E4E) is about promoting an approach to learning – one that is real, relevant, and gives students responsibility for their learning.

Education for sustainability
Sustainability is a critical issue for New Zealand – environmentally, economically, culturally, politically, and socially. We need to learn how to live smarter to reduce our impact on the environment for future generations.

Financial capability
Developing financial capability is highlighted in The New Zealand Curriculum as an example of the type of theme that schools could use for effective cross-curricular teaching and learning programmes.

International capabilities
This section provides ideas and resources to help schools design a curriculum that enables students to be internationally capable.

NZC resource bank
The NZC resource bank is a storehouse of resources and information that support professional learning and leadership as schools implement The New Zealand Curriculum.

NZC Curriculum Updates
The Updates are provided by the Ministry of Education to support English-medium schools with implementation.

National events and The New Zealand Curriculum
A guide to national days and weeks that you can celebrate in your schools.

Vision impairment
This information for teachers is about visual problems in children and alerts teachers to what they can do about an unidentified vision problem, who they can go to for support and how they can organise their classrooms so conditions are right for learning for all children.

Updated on: 26 Oct 2012