Here’s some wicked websites and resources that will provide you with lots of useful information and help you to learn more about the various primary sector industries.
Here you will find a variety of high-interest teaching and learning resources for primary and secondary students all aligned to the New Zealand Curriculum. As well as this there is information on a range of related events to support classroom learning opportunities.
The Futureintech programme brings people who already work in technology, engineering and science-related industries into schools. By sharing the experiences and pathways of these Ambassadors, Futureintech inspires young New Zealanders to explore careers in STEM areas, particularly where there is strong demand for people with the right skills.
The aim of the Get Ahead programme is to attract young people to the agriculture sector, an industry that has an abundance of jobs both on farm and in the supporting industries. The focus is to create awareness and motivate their engagement with Agricultural learning and ultimately an Agricultural career.
TeenAg aims to introduce and promote a positive picture about agriculture and agricultural careers from an early age. The goal is to show the stimulating and fun side of agriculture to students from all walks of life, you don't need to be off a farm, you just need to have a love of the land and be keen to get your hands dirty.
The Ministry for Primary Industries has developed Te Ao Tūroa to raise the profile of the primary industries in schools and help address future capabilities and skills requirements. The resource looks at how our primary industries are supported by 3 key interrelated systems – animal welfare, biosecurity and food.
The Wool in Schools project aims to help you understand wool’s place in our lives, and how and why it is part of our future. We have identified or developed resources that have a range of applications, including Science, Technology, Mathematics and Economics, History, English and Art, for you to tailor to your needs.