The NZ Curriculum introduced in 2007 provides the learning framework for all schools, irrespective of type, size or location.  It gives each school the scope, flexibility and authority to design and shape its school curriculum so that teaching and learning is meaningful and beneficial to its particular students and community.  

In turn, our School curriculum allows teachers the scope to make interpretations in response to the particular needs, interests and talent of individuals and groups in their class.

RI Curriculum Overview

A copy of our Curriculum Overview is available here. In addition to these units of study, we continue to deliver subject specific curriculum material as necessary.

This framework is supported by the Key Competencies:

  • Managing self
  • Thinking
  • Participating and Contributing
  • Using language, symbols and texts
  • Relating to others

When planning programmes our Curriculum Managers ensure that learning relates back to our Vision.  

Related Documents

For information about the New Zealand curriculum: http://nzcurriculum.tki.org.nz