For schools

  • Building relationships within the community, with community groups, families, and individuals.
  • Fostering relationships with other schools, locally and nationally.
  • Establishing an online presence locally, nationally, and globally.
  • Meaningful activities and learning contexts, integrating information technology into curriculum areas, and supporting the development of essential skills.
  • Support for teachers in using online technology.

For students

  • Discovering treasures in their local surroundings.
  • Exploring personal values and a sense of identity.
  • Collaboration and group activities.
  • Motivation, and more effective learning, using the latest information technology.
  • Meaningful activities and learning contexts that integrate curriculum areas, essential skills, and information literacy.
  • Confidence to explore, adapt, and shape technological understanding and skills.
  • Support in developing essential skills from the New Zealand Curriculum Framework.

For the community

  • Encouraging students to take pride in their community.
  • A place for local groups to promote themselves.
  • Participating in a school project.
  • Discovering and recording stories that have not been told.
  • Initiating local history and oral history projects.
  • Establishing a presence on the world stage.

For New Zealand

  • Promoting local treasures to other New Zealanders, and the wider world.
  • Preserving history and culture in a digital format for today's and future generations.
  • Presenting a view of New Zealand through the eyes of our children.
  • Showcasing New Zealand's unique character to the rest of the world.

For the world

  • Discovering the unique and indigenous treasures of New Zealand.
  • Sharing resources and experiences with New Zealand schools and communities.
  • Building relationships with New Zealand schools and community groups.

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