resource items you might use in social inquiry.

Use these teaching resources to support school students as they explore contemporary issues related to the Treaty of Waitangi (Te Tiriti o Waitangi), the Declaration of Independence (He Whakaputanga), and the Women's Suffrage Petition (Te Petihana Whakamana Pōti Wahine). The inquiry resources are aligned with achievement objectives at levels 3, 4, and 5 of the New Zealand Curriculum.

Young children learning in a classroom.
Using these resources Find out how to use the He Tohu social inquiry resources. 

Kate Shepperd, on the NZ $10 note, reacting to Bill English's pay inequality efforts.

Gender equality Why does gender inequality exist in Aotearoa, and what can we do to change this? This resource explores gender inequality in the workplace. (New Zealand Curriculum social sciences levels 4 and 5.)​
Cultural interaction, spelled out in scrabble tiles, surrounded by objects representing many of the cultures of Aotearoa.
Cultural interaction How does having a dominant culture in Aotearoa New Zealand impact on the way different cultures interact? This resource focuses on place names and collective stories. (New Zealand Curriculum social sciences levels 3, 4, and 5.)