Term 1 2023

Term Starts between Monday 30 January (at the earliest) and Tuesday 7 February (at the latest) Term Ends Thursday 6 April (86-96 half-days) Source: Ministry of Education

TENZ Wednesday Webinar | Garden to Table


22 February 2023 Garden to Table This webinar will  discuss how the Garden to Table programme can cover different aspects of technology teaching, and how these can relate to the rest of the curriculum. Register Here


Seaweek – Kaupapa Moana

4 – 12 March 2023 Seaweek is an annual national week about the sea hosted by the Sir Peter Blake Marine Education and Recreation Centre (MERC). Seaweek is a time for all of us to get to know our ocean, its habitats, characteristics, and inhabitants better. You can get involved in a range of activities, opportunities, competitions, […]

Census 2023

7 March 2023 The census is a nationwide survey that provides an official count of people and dwellings in Aotearoa New Zealand. It gives a snapshot of life, people, and communities every five years. This collection of teaching ideas and resources will help you learn about the census with your school and community. Find out […]

Earth Day 2023

22 April 2023 Earth Day is a global event where people honour the natural environment and raise awareness of environmental issues that trouble the world. 2020 marked 50 years of Earth Day. Find out more TKI Event Resources Para Kore TKI Education for Sustainability Enviroschools TKI Instructional Series – Sustainability Related

Term 2 2023

Term Starts Monday 24 April Term Ends Friday 30 June (96 half-days) Source: Ministry of Education

Wonder Project Rocket Challenge – 2023

24 April – 30 June 2023 Houston, we have lift off! Students blast off into STEM by designing, building and launching their own water rocket. While the rockets are flying, they’ll learn about Newton’s laws, the engineering design process, and working as a team. Operating in Term 2 each year, the Rocket Challenge provides scaffolded […]


25 April 2023 Anzac Day marks the anniversary of the landing of New Zealand and Australian soldiers on the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915. Many New Zealanders feel a strong connection to this event, through family and whānau stories. Find out more TKI Event Resources ANZAC Day Activities – NZHistory First World War – TKI ANZAC […]