At the end of June the old ARB website will be archived.
This means you will not be able to access the old website after June 30 2015.
- Individual, personalised teacher accounts.
- My folder - where you can save collections of your favourite resources and quickly find them for future use.
UNESCO’s World Water Day is on the 22nd of March. The theme this year is "water for sustainable development". There are seven aspects - health, nature, urbanization, industry, energy, food, and equality.
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Please note: Registration for the old arb website will close at the end of this year as we migrate to the new site.
On the 6th August 2012 Mount Tongariro erupted sending an ash cloud of approximately 10,000 cubic metres that was identified in Napier and Wellington.
The ARBs have several assessment resources that look at warning signs, volcanic eruption process, parts of a volcano, activity and dangers of an eruption, and the spread of ash.
This year's theme is Toiora te moana, toiora te tangata - healthy seas, healthy people. It promotes thinking about the relationship of people (ngā tangata) to the sea (te moana).
This selection of ARB resources may be useful for incorporating some science into your Seaweek activities. The tasks can be completed either individually or in groups, and make good starting points for discussions about what makes a healthy ocean and how we can manage that.
On Sunday 21st July 2013 a sizeable earthquake occurred in the middle of New Zealand.
This was one of a swarm of earthquakes.
Here are some resources that feature earthquakes. They address science, English and maths knowledge and skills.
Using the resources