There are two learning packages available for years 9-10 for the New Zealand Curriculum.
The theme of the first package is financial identity and covers;
The theme of the second package is financial sustainability and covers;
Sorted in Schools will deliver the full secondary level resources for years 9-13 for Māori Medium Education (MME) in te reo Māori. A key success measure for Sorted in Schools is to provide equitable access to financial capability education for all New Zealanders. The MME and the NZC programme will complement each other, meaning students and teachers can use both programmes if so desired.
Sorted in School resources will be available in English and te reo Māori. The first package in te reo for Māori Medium Education will be released in Term 2, 2019. There are currently two teaching and learning packages available in English for year levels 9-10 that are aligned to the New Zealand Curriculum.
Sorted in Schools is fully funded by the government, and therefore a free educational programme for all New Zealand secondary schools and kura.
Sorted in Schools is a digital educational programme. The learning and teaching resources can be downloaded and printed.
Sorted in Schools resources support both teacher-led and self-directed student learning. The resources have been designed to be used at home or in class.
The programme is the first of its kind, in that it’s aligned to the National Curriculum and embedded across core subjects. It is also free, and therefore available to all young New Zealanders.
Yes, we love feedback. You can email us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org
The programme will be developed for years 11–13 starting in 2019 and will take the NCEA review into consideration. This will guide how the programme for years 11–13 will be developed, including determining the mix of achievement standards and unit standards.
Yes, you can trial the learning resources in two ways:
What’s a formal trial?
A formal trial means you're committed to trialling the resources extensively during a defined period with your students. We’ll pay for a full day teacher release so you have time to trial the resources and collate your feedback.
CORE will run this process and will provide you with a timeline, clear instructions, survey questions and direct support during the trial. The next trial will take place from mid-Term 1 to mid-Term 2.
If you're interested in this form of trialling, you'll be asked to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to formalise the process. You'll be asked to complete a survey at the end of the trial to share your and your students' experiences. This is really important for the future of the programme and your participation is valued.
There are two trials in Term 1, 2019. We welcome all schools and kura to register and participate, and your contribution will help shape the future of the programme.
The CORE Education trial for New Zealand Curriculum (NZC) 2 years 9-10 is a formal trial, where teachers are offered teacher release to assist in the planning of resources. CORE is managing this trial as part of their resource development.
They’ll also manage the evaluation process to capture feedback. You can register for this trial by email us at email@example.com. This trial will start midway through Term 1 and run to midway through Term 2, 2019.
The informal NZC 2 years 9-10 trial allows teachers and schools to review the resources and offer feedback on the experience. The feedback received will be used to refine and improve the resources prior to their nationwide release. This trial follows the same timeline as the CORE trial.
The trials are free for all schools and kura to participate in.
Sorted in Schools is fully government funded and all initiatives are free. The official trial through CORE Education offers teacher release to ensure teachers have adequate time to prepare.
We understand that life sometimes gets in the way of the best laid plans. If you’ve signed up to the formal CORE trial, they’ll get in touch to see whether another teacher at your school could step in. If you've registered for the more flexible trial via our registration form, you can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know.
You are welcome to revisit the resources at any stage, and we're always open to feedback.
Yes, we love feedback! You can email us anytime to provide suggestions and feedback.
Sorted in Schools is committed to collaborating with schools, teachers and students. Feedback from teachers and students was gathered through a thorough evaluation process and used to refine the resources prior to the nationwide launch of the package in Term 1, 2019.
Anyone! We're keen to hear from teachers and students who have used the learning resources. We're also keen to hear from parents, whānau and the community.
Register for the Sorted in Schools newsletter and for opportunities to shape the programme and we'll be in touch.
Yes, you can order Sorted booklets through the Sorted website. Booklets are available in both English and te reo Māori.
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