Innovative Teaching and Learning

The New Zealand Curriculum

The New Zealand Curriculum’s vision is that all young people are “confident, connected, actively involved life-long learners”. So what does that look like in your school?  Is your local curriculum responsive, inclusive, personalised, relevant and reflective of the current school culture and context?

  • We can help you strengthen your evaluative capacity to deepen the focus on what matters most to improve learner outcomes.
  • We can support the leadership and teaching teams to understand and maintain learning inquiries and those that will accelerate the progress of students at risk of underachievement.
  • We can assist you to respond to external review recommendations.
  • We can help you do better to impact on school improvement.
  • Ko te Tamaiti te Putake o te Kaupapa -  The child - the heart of the matter

Visit The New Zealand Curriculum, Ministry of Education website

Financial Capability

Financial capability education is connected with entrepreneurship and learners’ future economic contribution. Successful financial capability practices in New Zealand schools require; authentic learning opportunities in contexts of interest to students, connectivity with financial community at local and regional levels - teacher capability and school leadership are critical for effectiveness (ERO, 2011).

  • We can support teachers to develop innovative and authentic contexts for the integration of financial capability into teaching and learning.
  • We can facilitate teachers to have improved capability and direct access to resources to enable them to facilitate financial capability with their learners.

Visit Financial Capability in action, Ministry of Education website

Visit the Commission for Financial Capability programmes for schools

Contact Janine Mackay