Our Learning



Suggested Web Links

Khan Academy

The Morning Challenge

Science Curriculum Links:

Have a go exploring some of these sites. There is a huge range of Science investigations and experiments to explore!

Science Kids: www.sciencekids.co.nz

Science Bob: www.sciencebob.com

Advanced Science Investigations & info: www.stevespanglerscience.com

Maths Curriculum Links:

Geometry Focus: A great resource for improving our geometry understandings.

Geometry Terms: www.math.okstate.edu/geoset/Dictionary/Dictionary.htm

Maths is Fun

New Zealand Maths: nzmaths.co.nz

This is a great website for families to use to help build mathematical skills. We suggest clicking on the “Family” tag to access many home based activities. Provided by the Ministry of Education NZ.

Mathletics: www.mathletics.co.nz

Study Ladder: www.studyladder.co.nz

Some of our students have a personal Study Ladder log in. This link takes them to the log in page to access their personal learning challenges.

Multiplication.com: www.multiplication.com

This site has a number of resources including online games, free worksheets, flash cards and bingo cards. There’s a multiplication table that has a fact and explanation for all simple multiplications and tests and quizzes to check progress.


Literacy Curriculum Links:

Handwriting in the NZ Curriculum


Great for juniors.


Fairy Tale Land
This site is aimed at mainly junior class students. Students can read (and sometimes listen to) tales such as Little Red Riding HoodCinderella, and Jack and the Beanstalk and complete related reading and writing activities. Levels 1–4

Kiwi Kids News

PASSWORD – moana20


Read Theory

Pobble 365

A great website to engage students in writing.

Maori Curriculum Links:

Toku Reo

A language learning show which is a fun way of learning Te Reo.

Te Whata Raki 
This interactive resource, which is part of the Christchurch city library website, allows students to learn about some traditional stories, told through waiata, pictures and other web resources

Māori dictionary online
Look up words, phrases and proverbs in Māori.

Te Reo Maori Singalong Challenge

Religious Education Links:

Religious Education Whanau Book


A website that gives us access to video based study programmes, feature films, audio presentations, and eBooks. A great way to enrich your faith. Our unique parish code is D6JP4J

Stations of the Cross 

Stations of the Cross for Children during the days of Lent leading up to Easter.