Find out about the resources available from Education Services for use by students and schools. New resources are available online.
Resources, with teacher's guides for primary and secondary level students which introduce students to the work of Parliament and explore concepts of democracy, representation and leadership. Includes links to the New Zealand Curriculum.
A Māori language resource with bilingual teachers guide which introduces students to concepts of democracy, representation and leadership in Parliament with a focus on Māori participation. Includes links to TE MARAUTANGA o AOTEAROA.
Tō Tātou Whare
An easy to use interactive timeline which explores 100 dates from history of our Parliament through short text and visual images. Suitable for classroom use with links provided to related websites.
An interactive history timeline
A virtual tour of Parliament buildings which allows you to visit various venues in Parliament and learn more about the function of each venue and other points of interest by clicking on information icons as you move from room to room.
An easy to follow teachers guide outlining how to run a debating role play in the classroom.
Debating Role Play
Teachers Planning Framework.
A framework for teachers for use when planning and developing learning programmes. The framework provides themes which use Parliament as a context for enquiry with some initial focus activities.
Teachers Planning Framework
Find out how laws are made in New Zealand as you work through the process of creating your own bill. Create bills can be printed using the official format used when presenting bills to the House of Representatives.
Create your own Bill
Download lesson plans to be used in conjunction with Zilargoye interactive. Themed for students at level 3 and 4.