If you’re a student or school leaver, visit the School Leavers' Toolkit for students and young people.
This website helps teachers and kaiako to deliver financial literacy, civics education and key workplace competencies as part of your local curriculum for students from year 7 to 13.
The search tool below will help you find resources you need to develop your School Leavers’ Toolkit programme of learning.
Also check out our School Leavers’ Toolkit for students and young people!
More resources aimed at both teachers and students, including videos, lesson plans, and curriculum guides will be released in the coming months. Keep updated on the School Leavers’ Toolkit by regularly checking this site.
Ka āwhina tēnei paetukutuku i ngā kura ki te tuku i ngā akoranga pūtea, ngā mātauranga tūmatanui, me ngā kaiakatanga wāhi mahi hira hei wāhanga o tō marautanga mō ngā ākonga mai i te tau 7 ki te 13.
Ka āwhina te utauta rapu i raro i a koe ki te kimi i ngā rauemi ka hiahia koe ki te whakawhanake i tō kaupapa ako Kete Mō NgaNgā Tamariki Wehe i te Kura.
Ka whakaputaina anō ētahi atu rauemi e hāngai ana ki ngā kaiako me ngā ākonga, me ngā ataata, ngā mahere ako me ngā aratohu marautanga i ngā marama e heke iho. Me whai haere i ngā kōrero i roto i te Kete Mō Ngā Tamariki Wehe i te Kura mā te tirotiro haere i tēnei paetukutuku.
These resources come from a range of providers, including government agencies, education specialists, and community organisations.
They are already being used in many schools.
Ka ahu mai ēnei rauemi mai i ngā momo kaiwhakarato, tae atu ki ngā tari kāwanatanga, ngā mātanga mātauranga me ngā whakahaere hapori.
Kei te whakamahia kētia i roto i ngā kura maha.
The Ministry of Education does not endorse any resources in particular – it is entirely up to schools and kura which resources they choose to use.
Do you know of a great resource that should be included here? Use the feedback window to tell us about it.
Kāore Te Tāhuhu o Te Mātauranga e taunaki i ngā rauemi tauwhāiti – kei ngā kura te tikanga ko ēhea ngā rauemi ka whakamahia e rātau.
Kei te mōhio koe ki tētahi rauemi rawe me whakauru ki konei? Whakamahia te matapihi urupare hei kōrero mai.