You can use this web-guide online, or simply click the orange "Download PDF" button to keep a hard copy with you.
Please note: this page was last updated May 2020 and is subject to change.
The “Teacher” navigation is for, you guessed it, teachers!
Here, you’ll find everything you need to get started with teaching Financial Capability. This area introduces each learning package and shows how you can integrate these into your lessons and includes other useful tools to help you get started.
There are three sections under the Teacher navigation. These are Teacher Pathways, Teacher Tools and Curriculum Info.
Click through the below How to Guide to find out more about these.
When you click on the Teacher Tools page, you will find a list of over 100 resources. From here, you can either peruse all of the resources available or use the filters to help you find what you’re after.
You can filter and find resources in a number of different ways:
This part of the website will help if you’re:
If you want to get started straight away with teaching Financial Capability, we recommend you check out the Teacher Pathways. These pathways provide useful pre-designed lesson plans to ensure you can pick up the programme and start teaching the available learning packages.
There are currently three pathways to choose from which relate to Financial Identity and Financial Sustainability. Each pathway focuses on a different way of teaching to suit a wide variety of approaches.
Each pathway page is structured the same and includes a video overview with links to specific tools related to the topic.
Unlike other financial capability programmes, Sorted in Schools is fully aligned to the New Zealand curriculum. If you are looking for information on how it has been aligned and what pedagogical approach underpins the programme, this is a great place to start.
An overview of the three menu items that sit under “Curriculum Info” are below:
Our PLD programme is designed for teachers interested in teaching financial capability in their classroom. We offer a range of activities that are practical and hands-on to get you:
Because teachers are busy people, our PLD programme is designed around your needs.
Our Senior Secondary resources are almost ready for launch!
All resources will be fully aligned to the New Zealand Curriculum and NZQA accredited. They will be linked to the MOE financial capability progressions and provide assessments based on unit standards. These resources are being developed with teachers and CORE Education to ensure senior secondary students will be set up to make good future financial decisions.
All learning is student-centered and supports individual learning plans based on their selected future tertiary education, workplace learning or industry of choice.
All our resources are aligned to New Zealand Curriculum levels 4-5 and support the learning areas of English, Maths, Social Sciences, Technology and Health. They have been tested with Year 8 children, so if your students are at that level, they can easily participate.
Under this section, you will see Resources are grouped by ‘Theme’. You can click any of these themes to find resources at Level 4 and 5 that explore your selection.
If you click on the ‘View More’ button, you can view the resources similar to the way they are under the Teacher Tools section. Here you can filter by Curriculum Level, Theme, Learning Area and Solo Learning.
1. Learning Area – Filter the resources by subject you are interested in (maths, English, technology, social sciences and health)
2. Theme – Filter the resources by theme you are interested in (i.e. KiwiSaver, managing my money, saving, debt, goals, insurance, retirement and investment)
3. Solo Learning – Filter the resources by solo-learning activities.
The student’s area is specifically for young people who are learning financial capability through the programme. Here, students (along with teachers and whānau) can find all of the resources and activities that can be completed independently.
Welcome! We’re so glad you’re here learning about how to make smart money decisions. There are two easy steps to get started with Sorted in Schools.
First, we suggest heading to the Student Starter Pack where you’ll learn the basics of our programme such as the difference between good debt and bad debt, how a payslip works and why it’s so important to save.
Next, head to the Student Pathways where you can get started without the help of a teacher to find out exactly how and when to the resources.
There are many great resources you can get started with without the help of a teacher. There are a couple of ways you can find these:
Interactive activities are digital game-style activities for you to complete, either on your own or in a classroom with a teacher. We cover an exciting range of topics to help you understand budgeting through party planning, or KiwiSaver by going through different life decisions.
Click through to see your options and learn money in an exciting way!
We would love to hear what you think about Sorted in Schools!
Simply click the little orange smiley face at the bottom left hand corner and rate the page you’re on. You can rate us with a smiley or frown, or you can go into as much detail as you like. We love both!
With the amount of activities and resources we have available on the Sorted in Schools website, we want to make it as easy as possible for you to save and manage your favourites.
You can find out how to set up a personal profile below.
In your personal profile you can also change your profile picture by clicking the pencil icon next to the big orange circle.
To get a personal profile, first you need to sign up. To do this, you can easily click the sign-up button at the top right of the website.
It will take you to a short form for you to fill in. The information you provide will help us personalise information that we believe will help your Sorted in Schools experience.
At the end of this form, you will be shown two tick boxes.
1. If you want to stay up to date of Sorted in Schools, ensure you tick this box so you receive any communication from Sorted in Schools.
2. Please also ensure you accept our terms and conditions.
Equipping young people for their financial future, embedding good money habits early on.
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