In 2018, the new digital curriculum was introduced to New Zealand schools. Now, heading in to 2020, the Ministry of Education expects that schools will be working in line with these new progress outcomes.
Learn alongside your students, through our specialised technology based programmes, and leave with new skills to take back to share with your school and fellow staff. We aim to offer follow-up information, resources and support to assist with implementing the progress outcomes into your classroom teaching.
Bookings can be tailored to your school’s current inquiry. Learning outcomes can vary, however our focus areas in Term 2 2020, are graphic design and robotics. With the introduction of electronic engineering, coding, and 3D printing coming in Terms 3 and 4. These programmes can be delivered at the learning and creative spaces in South Library, Te Hapua: Halswell Centre, Turanga or at your school.
We are taking bookings for Term 2 now. Get in touch with our team to discuss how we may be able to help! Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
A Learning Centre Consent Form is required to be completed by the child and a parent/caregiver for all learning centre after school and holiday programmes. Please ensure this is completed when you call in to pay the course fees or drop your child off for the programme.
Information Literacy - AnyQuestions
Any student, any topic, any question
Book a session with Christchurch City Libraries to introduce students to the national online reference service for New Zealand school students, AnyQuestions. One of our librarians will visit your school, introduce students to important information literacy concepts and guide the class through a live demonstration with an online AnyQuestions librarian. Sessions are best tailored to suit a specific class enquiry topic. Students will come away with an awareness of quality online resources and greater confidence evaluating websites and formulating search strategies.
Interested? Contact us.
Past programmes: Schools - Horizons and Connect School Programmes 2019