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Sorted in Schools is a free financial capability programme fully aligned to the National Curriculum.

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Interested in teaching financial education in social sciences?

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Interested in teaching financial education with social sciences? 

Our free learning resources provide a range of group and individual activities for students to grow their knowledge about money, how it works, and what it means for them.

We also have a range of culturally responsive resources that reflect different values and perspectives and provide an overview of the key financial topics.


Tax resource package

Taxation in New Zealand

Understanding how tax works is important for all New Zealanders. These resources cover types of tax and provide practical examples about how tax applies in different situations, including for individuals, families and communities.

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Pacific edition: money stories

Learn how Pacific values influence money

These e-Learning resources provide an overview of key money topics with a Pacific perspective woven through video interviews, activities and information. Topics included:
- Beliefs and values around money
- Honour giving
- Sources of income
- Living within your means
- Borrowing and lending
- Investing

The resources are designed to reflect Pacific values and community and inspire students to start their financial journeys.

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Interactive resource

Pacific edition: Motu Quest

Teach your students about money with this interactive game. Test their knowledge as they progress on a Pacific journey through islands – each themed with a different money topic.

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Inflation bite-sized resources

What is inflation?

This bite-size video resource explains inflation, how it works and the impact it has on the price of goods and services.

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Financial identity student planner

An introduction to being financially resilient

What are the building blocks to managing money? This planner provides information about key money topics - saving, debt and goals.

Understanding these topics is a good starting point for how to approach money, reach goals and the benefits of avoiding debt.

This planner provides a 10-week course (or one term) for independent learners or as a group lesson and provides a flexible approach to teaching students about money.

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Māori Medium Education

Written in te reo Māori with resources aligned to Te Marautanga o Te Aho Matua and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.

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