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Strengthening local curriculum

The New Zealand Curriculum describes the learning all young people should experience no matter what school or kura they go to and the progress and expectations associated with this learning. It provides the framework for schools and kura to use in their local curriculum design.

This section supports school and curriculum leaders, and professional learning and development providers with the process of curriculum design and review. It includes information, research, tools, suggested areas of focus, and inspirational stories to help schools make decisions about how to give effect to the national curriculum.

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This diagram illustrates how local curriculum weaves the elements of the national curriculum framework within contexts that provide rich learning opportunities, to provide a coherent pathway that supports teachers to be responsive to all learners for the classroom curriculum.

The weaves in the diagram are hyperlinked. Use the links to access key resources that can support the design of your local curriculum.

NZC Schematic. Vision Values Principles Effective pedagogy Key competencies Learning areas National to local curriculum The New Zealand Curriculum

NZC Schematic

PDF icon. NZC Schematic (PDF, 2 MB)

Updated on: 20 Jan 2020


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