Education / News
Japan trip forges friendships for a lifetime

Riccarton High School students experienced the modernity and traditions of Japan on a tour of the country, visiting historic sites, attending high school and immersing themselves in the local culture.

Education / News
Stepping out of the comfort zone - teaching English in S.Korea

Havelock North Intermediate teacher Jane Bassett recounts her experiences in South Korea teaching an intensive English course to students from rural families.

Education / News
Students dazzled by Japan's neon lights, shrines and... melon soda

Awatapu College's visit to Japan took in many famous sights, from Shibuya Crossing to Kyoto's Golden Temple, but it was something unexpected that stole the show.

News / News
An Asia OE - how to make it work

In this article, we look at options to live and work in Asia for school leavers, those in tertiary education and recent graduates.

Teachers / Programme
Champions programme

The Asia New Zealand Foundation is launching a Champions programme to bring together leading educators who can act as amplifiers and role models, ensuring Asia is valued in New Zealand schools.

Education / Grant
Japan Study Grants

The Foundation’s Japan study grants assist secondary school classes (Years 9 to 13) to travel to Japan for study tours.

Resources / Resource
Making connections: Aotearoa and Asia

The Making connections: Aotearoa New Zealand and Asia resource provides opportunities for ākonga in years 7-8 to explore connections between communities and cultures in Aotearoa with those in Asia.

Resources / Resource
Cultural Diversity resource

This Year 7-10 resource will guide social studies and health teachers to explore and discuss cultural diversity with their students.

Resources / Resource
A day in the life of a Japanese high school student

This physical education unit explores the differences in lifestyles of students in New Zealand and Japan.