Te whai hua – kia ora, Sorted in Schools has launched a new learning taxation module in partnership with the Inland Revenue, Te Tari Taake.
It provides specialised tax information for Year 9 and 10 students and is aligned to the NZ Curriculum. The modules provide practical details and the big picture of why we pay tax in Aotearoa.
Free resources and activities all tested and trialled by teachers and students to design their unique learning pathway.
Helping teachers grow their confidence with financial capability while developing their delivery and knowledge to teach this essential life skill in the classroom.
Aligned to the New Zealand curriculum while using Universal Design for Learning, SOLO taxonomy and Digital Technologies to enhance the learning experience.
Use our plans, guides and resources to create an engaging and exciting financial capability programme for your learners. Here, you’ll also find information about our upcoming Professional Learning Development events to build your confidence to teach financial capability.
Head to the Student Hub - a place where students can do a variety of activities to develop their vocabulary, skills and knowledge - like how to manage their money, debt, make smart saving goals and much more!
"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.”
Not sure where to begin? Our popular Starter Park is a great place to start. It’s a fun, interactive introduction to financial capability.
Equipping young people for their financial future, embedding good money habits early on.
Hāpaitia te ara tika, pūmau ai te rangatiratanga mo ngā uri whakatipu.
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