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Principles

The New Zealand Curriculum principles embody beliefs about what is important in school curriculum - nationally and locally. They should underpin all school decision making.

Ideas for exploring the curriculum principles

These resources support school leaders and teachers to develop deeper thinking around the NZC principles within a school curriculum.

Principle packages

Support packages are available for all eight curriculum principles. Each support package offers research, tools, stories, and resources to help school leaders and teachers understand, consider, and embed the NZC principles.

  • This section draws together research, digital resources, and examples to support leaders and teachers as they consider the high expectations principle.

  • This section offers a range of tools, examples, and resources to support the NZC Treaty of Waitangi principle.

  • This section offers support to teachers and leaders wanting to explore and further embed the cultural diversity principle.

  • This section contains research, digital resources, and examples to support schools as they consider the inclusion principle.

  • This section draws together research, digital resources, and examples to support school leaders and teachers as they consider the learning to learn principle.

  • This section offers support to teachers and leaders wanting to explore and further embed the community engagement principle.

  • This section features information, practical tools, resources, and examples to help schools embed the principle of coherence into their curriculum.

  • This section draws together research, digital resources, and examples to support teachers as they consider the future focus principle.

Updated on: 01 Jul 2015


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