Bream Head Reserve from Manaia

Teaching Resource

Bream Head Education Resource helps schools and community groups see Bream Head Scenic Reserve as an integral and important part of their environment, and become part of the Reserve’s restoration action. The Resource also links to the New Zealand Curriculum, Te Marautanga o Aotearoa (Maori Curriculum), Education for Sustainability Guidelines and the Ministry of Education Guidelines for Environmental Education in New Zealand Schools.

Teaching Resource Contents

The teaching programme features introductory PowerPoint presentations, New Zealand Curriculum links, teaching and learning activities, activity sheets, a suggested Inquiry Learning process programme, Bream Head photographs, an online resource bank, a Te Reo Maori glossary, information links and community action ideas. This is a valuable classroom resource whether or not your school or group has made a visit to Bream Head Reserve. Hard copies and a supporting information kit are available.

Refining NZ, Northland Regional Council and the Educational sub-committee of the Trust have been instrumental in developing and implementing this resource.

Download Bread Head Education Resources

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Introduction

Identify the relevance of the Bream Head Education Resource to your education needs.

NCEA Cartoon

Highlights curriculum links that meet your education needs.

Ranger and Students

Identify students’ key questions and use the template to complete your study.

School Visit

Identify the teaching and learning activities that best support your education needs, resources and levels.

Bream Head

Select the slides that meet your education needs or those that serve as an introduction to your study.

Koru Unfurling

Find key Te Reo Maori words relating to your study.



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