At Services to Schools we want you to have the classroom resources you want in time to prepare for the term ahead. For any classroom resources required for the beginning of Term 1 2015, we ask that all requests be forwarded to Services to Schools well before the Christmas break.

Programmes for World War One - A Contemporary Conversation will provide a back drop for students to explore the impact that World War One had on New Zealand.

Our Primary Source gallery on Antarctica features images, cartoons and illustrations relating to Antarctica, its environment, discovery and exploration, including the sub Antarctic islands.

View the Antartica Gallery.

Summer reading is an important, simple and enjoyable activity students can do to help avoid the “summer slide”. This slide in reading is characterised by progress in reading achievement during the school year, followed by a decline during the long summer holidays.

Network For Learning connected schools are now able to directly access EPIC from within their schools without logging in through TKI.

Our online First World War resource guide gives you access to websites, and resources covering WW1 and WW100 commemorations in New Zealand.



20 November 2014

In our new video Mahurangi College and Kingsford School in Auckland share insights into how they foster a culture of reading for pleasure in their schools.

18 November 2014

Lee Rainie, Director of the PEW Research Centre recently presented “The next library and the people who will use it” based on findings from the latest PEW research into libraries and their use.