Te Wharekura has been published for fifty years. This anniversary edition celebrates these five decades and the contributors and the stories and articles that have inspired, informed, and entertained over that period.
Leprechaun Ice Cream: Magical Tales by Kiwi Kids is the publication resulting from a New Zealand Post competition for aspiring young authors.
This website for the Department of Conservation introduces concepts about biodiversity in a fun, relevant context for New Zealand students aged 11 to 14.
Fōlauga Ualoa is a magazine-style journal designed to appeal to secondary school students who are reading gagana Sāmoa.
This challenging project involved developing and managing resources to promote healthy eating and lifestyle choices.
Write Tools is a colourful, boxed toolkit that supports students to develop both confidence and competence in writing.
HighWire is a series of educational magazines designed to hook the attention of reluctant middle school readers.
The School Journal has played an integral part in the growth of the New Zealand imagination and its artistic consciousness.
Learning Media edits and designs many of the National Screening Unit's resources, including booklets, pamphlets, and posters.
The Choices series includes richly illustrated, theme-based titles for students in years 9 and 10.
These guidelines were developed to help schools provide curriculum-based experiences outside the classroom.
This booklet provides legal and medical information, as well as straightforward advice about keeping safe at dance parties.