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NZ Super Sites

  • (NEW ZEALAND) OLYMPIC EDUCATION - Inspire your students and explore Olympic Values with these FREE digital resources.
  • (REFERENCE) ENCYLOPEDIA OF NZ – TE ARA - This beautifully designed and organised Encylopeadia of everything New Zealand. Includes videos and audio clips. A must visit site.
  • (REFERENCE) MAORI DICTIONARY - Te Aka is the ultimate Maori–English and English– Maori Dictionary
  • ARTS – ARTS ONLINE - The definitive New Zealand Arts Online Website featuring: Dance; Drama; Music; Visual Arts; Art History; Arts; Nga Toi; Cross Curricula – all with easy access on one website.
  • CAXTON MATHS RESOURCES – FREE TRIAL - Free trial resources: Additional teacher tasks; blackline masters; games; ideas to compliment 'All Strands" Student Resource Books plus online interactive checkups.
  • CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION - Curriculum based units and lesson plans for levels 2 and 5. Includes Factsheets, Templates, Interactive Activities.
  • CROSS CURRICULAR – DIGISTORE - Digistore is an extensive collection (storehouse) of digital content to support learning across the curriculum from early childhood through to senior secondary level. Digistore is designed for and by New Zealand teachers.
  • CROSS CURRICULAR – eTV - eTV is a powerful on-line teaching and learning tool that provides real-time and real-life teaching resources through recorded programmes, live streams and videos, available to be viewed and downloaded.
  • CROSS CURRICULAR – GO DAIRY - Go Dairy is a dedicated website with engaging context for cross-curricular learning in the key learning areas of English, mathematics and statistics, science, technology and social sciences.
  • CROSS CURRICULAR – NEW ZEALAND ON SCREEN - Over 1000 titles of New Zealand film, music video and documentaries – all free to view.
  • CROSS CURRICULAR – SOFTWARE FOR LEARNING - A catalogue of software recommended by New Zealand teachers with the potential to enable and enhance learning. Software applications can be searched for a particular curriculum area or by software type.
  • ENVIRONMENTAL – KIWI CONSERVATION CLUB - A wonderful site for kids with information about wildlife, places, games and quizzes and conservation events. As the site states – 'for kids who are wild about nature.' A great classroom resource.
  • ENVIRONMENTAL – LAST OCEAN - An exciting online resource about the Ross Sea, Antarctica, the most pristine ocean ecosystem left on earth.The website features a wide range of information on the social, political, and environmental issues surrounding this unique ecosystem.
  • FISH & GAME - River Voices and other FREE resources for schools available as downloads.
  • HEALTH/PHYSED – 5+ A DAY - Curriculum-linked classroom resources and lessons for all curriculum levels – for teachers and for students.
  • KEEPING KIDS SAFE AROUND DOGS - Access to Dog Box Resource Kit, History, Facts, Quiz, Stories and Fun
  • MATHS – SCHOOLS CORNER - Schools Corner is the section of Statistics New Zealand website aimed at both primary and secondary school teachers and students. On Schools Corner you will find: Interactive Games; Census Education Activities; Teaching Resources and much more…
  • NEW ZEALAND BLOOD EDUCATION RESOURCES - Online Science, Social Studies and English Resources from NZBLOOD.
  • NZ EDGE.COM - Education kits and classroom resources with full length essays about great moments and people of New Zealand achievement.
  • SCIENCE KIDS NZ - Science websites don't get any better than this – videos, facts, lessons and much more.
  • SCIENCE – 1080 – THE FACTS - Keeping New Zealand clean and green means controlling our destructive introduced pests. This site explores why we have to use 1080 as part of this control programme, how we use it, and explodes the myths denigrating its use and its safety.
  • SCIENCE – AWESOME FORCES - This resource is designed to support teachers in developing a unit of work about some of New Zealand’s natural hazards and how to prepare for them. It looks at earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and tsunami - where they can occur and have occurred.
  • SCIENCE – BIOTECHNOLOGY LEARNING HUB - Check out this great website which includes themes that explore diverse uses of biotechnology in New Zealand and feature teaching ideas, student activities, video clips and animations.
  • SCIENCE – GNS FREE SCIENCE RESOURCES - A brilliant New Zealand website featuring classroom resources for teaching Planet Earth and Beyond – Earthquakes, Fossils, Ice and Snow, Ocean Floor, Volcanoes Plus: Classroom-ready – Multi Level Lesson Plans, Videos and Activities.
  • SCIENCE – SCIENCE LEARNING HUB - The Science Learning Hub explores New Zealand's world-class research, science and technology sectors and provides student and teacher resources to support fresh thinking in science teaching and learning in our schools.
  • SCIENCE – WHATBIRD? – Classroom Tool - Whatbird is a practical bird identification tool for anyone interested in identifying birds in New Zealand and particularly good as a visual identifier for students.
  • SCIENCE – WIND ENERGY (NEW ZEALAND) - Wind Farms in New Zealand, and Case Studies plus Lesson Plans and links to wind energy sites around the world can be found in the Teacher Resources section of this informative site.
  • SCIENCE – WINGS - From Science/Putaiao @ Te Papa. Students embark on a journey of discovery about how and why animals fly and the reasons why humans fly.
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE/HISTORY – CHELSEA SUGAR ONLINE RESOURCES - For students in primary and secondary schools. Lesson outlines and resources directly linked to the curriculum. Each lesson is based around the key skills and ideas from the “front end” of the curriculum document.
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE/HISTORY – CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION - This valuable website features citizenship resources including lesson plans for levels 2–5, facts sheets, templates, oral histories, interactive student activities using a social inquiry approach.
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE/HISTORY – LAST OCEAN - An exciting online resource about the Ross Sea, Antarctica, the most pristine ocean ecosystem left on earth.The website features a wide range of information on the social, political, and environmental issues surrounding this unique ecosystem.
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE/HISTORY – THE CLASSROOM - The first port of call for New Zealand history teaching resources.
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE/HISTORY – THE GOVERNOR GENERAL OF NZ - Free social sciences educational resources exploring how the Governor-General is appointed, skills required for this position and the role he or she undertakes for New Zealand Society and local communities.
  • TECHNOLOGY – FUTURE IN TECH - Technologists, engineers, and scientists are available to come to your school/classroom free of charge. Over 500 FutureTech Ambassadors can enhance your classroom programme by assisting with practical science and technology projects.
  • TECHNOLOGY – TECHLINK - Designed to provide materials and ideas for the best in contemporary Technology teaching. Included onsite are case studies of student achievement, useful ideas; strategies, resources. and examples of good teaching practice.
  • THE CLASSROOM - The Classroom is your first port of call for New Zealand history teaching resources.