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The Curriculum in Action series provides teachers with ideas for planning units of work to meet the identified learning needs of students. Each module highlights a different area of learning.

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HPE Programme Design – taking action for well-being has been produced to support teachers at all school levels as they plan and implement quality teaching and learning programmes based on Health and Physical Education in the New Zealand Curriculum (1999). It also helps schools to develop policies, procedures, and school-wide programmes through which they can establish healthy school environments, support class programmes, make links with people in their communities, and meet legal requirements that relate to this essential learning area.

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The implementation of this curriculum requires the creation of positive learning environments and an acknowledgement of the bicultural emphasis of the curriculum statement and preserving the integrity of the Treaty of Waitangi.

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Te ao kori (the world of movement) is a Māori celebration of life through movement and its many expressions. Exploring Te Ao Kori describes learning experiences derived from customary Māori cultural practices. This resource integrates health and physical education and the arts, and it provides teachers with ideas for planning activities to meet the identified learning needs of students.

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Ko te ao kori (te ao nekehanga) whakanuitanga nā te Māori i ngā mahi ā-ao mā ngā mahi nekehanga me ngā whakapuakitanga hoki. E whakamārama ana Te Ao Kori i ngā tūmahi i takea mai i ngā tikanga ahurea Māori. E whakauruuru haere ana tēnei rauemi i ngā mahi hauora, me ngā mahi toi, ā, e whakarato ana i ngā whakaarotanga mō ngā pouako hei mahere tūmahi, kia tutuki ai ngā matea ako a ngā ākonga.

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This section provides learning opportunities to support the sport studies key area of learning. Students require a range of structured, sequenced, and developmentally appropriate learning opportunities in sport studies.

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This collection shares the experiences of schools all over New Zealand that have one thing in common – a commitment to improving their students’ nutrition, general health and well-being, by encouraging healthy eating and active lifestyles.

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