“I learnt more about the pacific culture and practices. I learnt about taonga which I haven't seen before. I also learned more about KiwiSaver and retirement in New Zealand”
"The student resources are really great. I will definitely use the Starter Pack with year 9-10, and use with senior levels as intro/fun activities."
"The resources available are extraordinarily good. We can see so many potential applications for our school."
"Thank you very much. It was the best PLD I have attended in years! It was informative and there were plenty of 'takeaways' that provided food for thought. AMAZING!"
"Kids loved the supermarket budgeting tool. Wasn't something I intended doing but it just fell out of our debt stuff so we did!"
“We didn’t know how finance companies operated, and that we actually had other choices. Now I can help my parents to understand when considering using finance companies.”
Think you can create the ultimate party on a budget? Take the challenge and see if you can plan a party that your friends will remember forever!
Our new taxation module allows learners to understand what tax is, what it is used for, and how all citizens of Aotearoa are involved in paying tax and benefiting from tax payments. This module is for students in Year 9 and 10 or curriculum level 4-5.
A great introduction for students new to financial capability.
The Sorted in School’s Money Jam competition has now closed, and we received some fantastic entries. It was really challenging to pick winners, but two entries stood out!
Our brand-new resources weave Pacific values and voices into learning activities that teach students about money. The resources are designed to reflect Pacific stories and communities and inspire students to start their financial journeys.
Plan a Christmas party for your school and make this festive season one to look forward to.
Welcome to the only financial capability programme fully aligned to the New Zealand Curriculum. We're free, government-funded, and over 78% of secondary schools are signed up to teach their students essential money skills with Sorted in Schools.
Written in te reo Māori with resources aligned to Te Marautanga o Te Aho Matua and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.
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