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Moving content to Tāhūrangi

Updated 27 March 2024

Tāhūrangi has been designed to house content that supports effective teaching and learning across Te Whāriki: He Whāriki mātauranga mō ngā mokopuna o Aotearoa Early Childhood Curriculum, Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, and The New Zealand Curriculum.

Tāhūrangi is full of the features you would expect of a modern online curriculum hub, making it easy to find, organise, download, and share curriculum content.  

We’re currently moving content from more than 70 different education websites onto this new ‘one-stop-shop’ for curriculum content, teaching resources, and news. As we do so, we’re undertaking a peer review to check it is fit-for-purpose, relevant and adheres to accessibility criteria as much as possible.

Once content has been moved onto Tāhūrangi, the website that previously housed the material will no longer be publicly available. The sites we are working on, and expect to complete by 30 June 2024, are:

  • NZ Curriculum
  • Tapasā
  • Pasifika Education Community
  • Literacy Progressions
  • Instructional Series
  • Aotearoa Histories
  • Social sciences online
  • NZ Maths
  • Health and Physical Edication
  • Science Online
  • Assessment Online
  • Technology Online

While you’re here, why not have a look around? Don’t forget to look for the ‘support’ button on each page to help you make the most of the features.

Subscribe to our curriculum newsletter to keep up-to-date with changes by emailing [email protected].

If you have any questions for Tāhūrangi, please let us know. Please feel free to email [email protected] 

General

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Tāhūrangi has been designed to be a ‘one-stop-shop’ for curriculum content and teaching resources. Over time, it will house material relevant to the curricula that make up the National Curriculum:

  • Te Whāriki: He Whāriki mātauranga mō ngā mokopuna o Aotearoa Early Childhood Curriculum
  • Te Marautanga o Aotearoa
  • The New Zealand Curriculum.

Once fully populated, it will contain resources from more than 70 different education websites in one single place – making it much easier for teachers to find material they need.

The more people that use the site, the better Tāhūrangi’s search function becomes. Logged-in users can save the resources they use most in their own collections, making it easy to find them again in future. Collections can be shared with other logged-in users.

A decision about whether or not Te Whāriki a Te Kōhanga Reo content will be moved is still to be confirmed. We will keep you updated on the situation.

All content related to Te Whāriki: He whāriki mātauranga mō nga mokopuna o Aotearoa Early Childhood Curriculum is available on Tāhūrangi. This means that this part of the current Te Whāriki Online website on TKI will soon be retired and will no longer be accessible.

Te Whāriki a Te Kōhanga Reo will be available for you to access through a link on the Tāhūrangi homepage to the Te Whāriki Online website.

We are in the process of moving NZ Curriculum content currently housed on TKI to Tāhūrangi. This work is taking place throughout 2024. We will keep users updated on this work via our curriculum newsleter and the Tāhūrangi news pages. 

Content related to Kauwhata Reo will be loaded onto Tāhūrangi over time, with a small number of resources accessible initially. In the meantime, users will still be able to access existing resources through the current Kauwhata Reo website, and we will keep you posted as we load more material onto Tāhūrangi.

As we move resources onto Tāhūrangi we’re doing a peer review to check they are up-to-date and relevant. Only current resources will be moved across, so teachers and kaiako can be confident that what they find on Tāhūrangi are the best resources for them to use.

The best option is to look for the content you use on Tāhūrangi. Everything on the site has been quality assured, so you know it’s the most relevant and appropriate material for your work.

If there is a resource you use that hasn’t been moved across to Tāhūrangi, and you think it should be there, please let us know. We’re moving a lot of things, and we value your feedback. Please email us at [email protected] 

While we have moved hundreds of resources from current websites, it’s important to note that we are not migrating every piece of content. A thorough audit process has been done to ensure that only relevant, up-to-date content will be available on Tāhūrangi. If the content you’re looking for is something you think we should have moved over from existing sites, please let us know at [email protected].

When we’ve finished moving content to Tāhūrangi, the original site will become unavailable. The Ministry will retain access to all materials and resources and can republish them if required.

We are expecting to move content from existing sites to Tāhūrangi during 2024. That means you might notice some changes to our existing sites. For example, you may be redirected from Tāhūrangi to the existing website if the content hasn’t been moved yet. Over time, we will be closing some websites. We will let you know before we make any of these changes, so that you have time to make the move to Tāhūrangi.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please email us at [email protected]

Ministry Websites

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Once we complete the process of moderating and moving content from our TKI sites, those sites will be made unavailable.

While we move content onto Tāhūrangi from our TKI sites, you might notice some changes to them. For example, you may be redirected from Tāhūrangi to the existing site if the content hasn’t already been moved. We will let you know before we make any other changes to the way you access TKI, so that you have time to make the move to Tāhūrangi.

All of the content related to Te Whāriki: He whāriki mātauranga mō nga mokopuna o Aotearoa Early Childhood Curriculum is available on Tāhūrangi. This means that this part of Te Whāriki Online will soon be retired, and will no longer be accessible.

Te Whāriki a Te Kōhanga Reo will be available for you to access through a link on the Tāhūrangi homepage to Te Whāriki Online. Decisions about whether or not this content will sit on Tāhūrangi are still to be made. We will keep you updated.

After we have reviewed and moved all quality content from Kauwhata Reo, the site will be retired and you will no longer be able to access it.

While we move content onto Tāhūrangi from Kauwhata Reo, you might notice some changes to it. For example, you may be redirected from Tāhūrangi to the existing site if the content hasn’t already been moved. We will let you know before we make any other changes to the way you access Kauwhata Reo, so that you have time to make the move to Tāhūrangi.

Maths

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The Ministry will take over answering any questions about content on NZMaths as we go through this transition. We are very thankful to Andrew and the wider Education Technology team for all of their work on NZMaths over so many years.

Your NZMaths log in will remain unchanged and will continue to be how you access e-ako and e-ako pāngarau. More information about how this will work in future will be made available for May 2024.

Arts Online

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With the launch of Tāhūrangi in November 2023 as the new digital home for curriculum content, teaching resources, and news Tāhūrangi, we are moving individual websites, including the Arts Online website. We are therefore preparing to close Arts Online at the end of March 2024.

Quality content from these sites is currently being moved to Tāhūrangi this month.

Since the resources hosted on the Teacher Resource Exchanges have not been officially quality assured, we cannot host these resources on Tāhūrangi or other Ministry channels. Tāhūrangi also does not have the functionality to host archived emails.

If there are specific materials from the Arts Online Teacher Resource Exchange or the email archives that you need, we recommend that you download them before the closure of Arts Online on 29 March 2024.

However, if you think a resource should be publicly available, please email us at [email protected] and we will consider it as part of the Tāhūrangi migration process. As part of this process, we’re undertaking a peer review to check that resources are fit-for-purpose, relevant and meets, as far as possible, accessibility criteria.

In the first instance, we recommend speaking with your teaching colleagues about teacher networks in your subject. These might be local or national networks that operate through email or through social media channels. You could also contact your subject association to see if they have their own networks, or if they can put you in touch with colleagues that may be able to help.

Alternatively, reach out to your regional office to speak with our NCEA Implementation Facilitators and Curriculum Leads.