Case Studies Mātai Taketake
We’ve created this space to share stories from the schools that we’ll be working with this year and schools that already have civics education, financial capability and key workplace competency programmes in place. Kua hangaia e mātau tēnei whārangi hei tuari kōrero mai i ngā kura e mahi ana me mātau i tēnei tau me aua kura e whakahaere ana i te mātauranga kaupapa tūmatanui, āheinga pūtea me ngā rārangi akoranga kaiakatanga wāhi mahi.
Aorere College: A local curriculum that prepares students for education, training and employment
Aorere College is a medium-sized multi-cultural co-educational year 9-13 school in Papatoetoe, Auckland. The school has around 1600 students. 18% are Maori, 59% Pacific and 22% Asian.
Integrating skills for life into local curriculum – Hauraki Plains College
In 2008, Hauraki Plains College reviewed its local curriculum with the aim of increasing opportunities for students to develop the key competencies.
Supporting Student Transitions – John Paul College, Rotorua
John Paul College is a State Integrated Catholic School based in Rotorua with students from Year 7 to 15.