Aotearoa New Zealand's histories (ANZH)
He purapura i ruia mai i Rangiātea e kore e ngaro.
A seed sown in Rangiātea will never be lost.
Learning about our shared histories is part of our collective identity.
People, places, and things influence our sense of belonging in place, in spirit, and in time.
Histories can be used at your service to enhance culturally responsive, responsible, and respectful environments for whānau, tamariki, and community.
In this section you will find:
- how Te Whāriki and Aotearoa New Zealand's histories (ANZH) are woven together
- examples of local curriculum and exploring stories about the past
- a page of reliable sources for background reading and stories.
Coming soon, a three part downloadable workshop to help you explore the question, why histories?