The Education Portal is a road and rail safety website for teachers to use each year as part of their local school curriculum. This website is managed by the NZ Transport Agency.
Curriculum resources for Years 1-13 are written by experienced teachers and educators. These writers aim for ease of use while integrating authentic contexts into New Zealand Curriculum learning areas.
'Working with a panel of innovative teachers and several key educational advisers, the NZ Transport Agency has developed materials for schools that model a sophisticated weaving of higher-level components of the New Zealand Curriculum (NZC), such as the key competencies, with learning area content.'
Rosemary Hipkins, Nuturing citizenship: road safety as a rich context for learning
'Students can challenge the status quo and demand changes. They can help shift the road safety conversation by asking questions and leading the change we need to see.'
Lisa Rossiter, NZ Transport Agency Senior Manager, Strategic Interventions
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