We are the first, and only, nationwide financial capability programme, fully aligned to the New Zealand Curriculum and across Māori Medium Education.
Sorted in Schools resources are developed in collaboration with our learning provider, CORE Education. All of our resources are co-constructed by teachers, for teachers and each package is trialled with schools prior to being finalised. Feedback from the trials is used to refine and shape the future of the programme.
In March 2019, Sorted in Schools launched its first learning and teaching package for years 9-10 for the New Zealand Curriculum. The resources are based on the concept of financial identity, and includes topics such as managing my money, debt, savings and goal setting. The launch of resources based on the concept of financial sustainability, followed shortly after late 2019. Financial sustainability includes topics such as KiwiSaver, retirement, insurance and investment.
Resources and toolkit for senior secondary are the most recent development for Sorted in Schools. These resources are aligned to NCEA Levels 1 and 2 and can be accessed here.
We are committed to ensuring every young New Zealander has equitable access to financial capability education. That’s why we’ve developed the first Māori Medium Education financial capability resources in te reo Māori for years 9-10 focussing on the concept Financial Identity and Sustainability. This year, we will have rolled out learning content across years 9-13 both both NZC and MME. For more information about our MME programme, please click here.
To get the most out of our resources, we recommend creating a personal profile, which gives you access to a personalised dashboard. It allows you to save and share resources and assists in lesson planning.
If you have any questions about the programme, or have any suggestions on how the resources and website can be improved, please email our team at email@example.com.
Equipping young people for their financial future, embedding good money habits early on.
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