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Engaging junior learners and whānau from home

Teaching and learning is all a bit of a puzzle right now; not a simple child’s one with only one…

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Beautiful, creative resources ready for teachers as schools go back

This selection of arts-based primary school resources, developed by a team at the University of Auckland, are free to download…

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Nanogirl teams up with teachers and TVNZ to broadcast free STEM lessons

Free teacher notes to plan lessons in advance for Year 4 – 8 students school children have been developed in…

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Gov rushes to roll out learning from home for all NZ kids

The 4 channels for learners include print copies, additional devices and wifi connection support, TV programming and online resources for…

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Times Table Puzzle Worksheets

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‘Stupid coronavirus!’ In uncertain times, we can help children through mindfulness and play

“Stupid coronavirus!” I heard my six-year-old mumble while talking in her sleep. Earlier that day her swimming and basketball lessons…

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Video conferencing & distance learning ideas to liven up lockdown

We toiled through Twitter to find some of the coolest, simplest strategies teachers are using around the world.

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Download our free te reo Māori resource for your classroom

School News worked closely with special contributor and te reo Māori advocate, Alice Patrick, to create these free, downloadable resources. 

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Exclusive Author Insider: Eileen Merriman

In our ‘Facts behind the fiction’ series, School News invites published authors to analyse their own texts specifically for the…

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New app brings history and te reo alive

Intended as a resource for primary school classrooms, Ko Wiriwiri rāua ko Kina draws on the history of the first…

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