It's World Meteorological Day on March 23. Given how prominent weather and climate have been in the public eye recently, here are some great resources to support teaching and learning about these topics in the science and social sciences learning areas.more
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Kia ora, nau mai haere mai. Ka wani kē kua tae mai koe! Kāre e kore ka puta mai ētahi kōrero pārekareka, me kōrerorero pea tātou.
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8 March is International Women's Day! Here are some social sciences-focused, gender equality teaching and learning resources to provide rich support for International Women's Day and beyond.more
How would your secondary students like to enter an exciting creative writing competition? Entry is free and there is $3,000 in prize money!more
100 years ago in 1918 — on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month — the First World War ended. Read how New Zealanders celebrated and commemorated this historic event.more
This May, the He Tohu exhibition celebrates its first birthday and, in September, the Women's Suffrage Petition celebrates its 125th birthday. Join the party and use our online resources to learn about the documents and celebrate these milestones in your classroom!more
Kei te hiahia ō ākonga kura tuarua kia whai wāhi rātou ki tētahi whakataetae tuhituhi whakaoho i ngā whakaaro, kia wini moni hoki?more
Would your secondary students like to win some serious prize money — $500?, $1000? Get them to enter the 2018 national creative writing competition, Smart Alex.more