This Toolkit for designing local curriculums has four tools.
Ensure learning continuity for your ākonga. Create statements at key transition. Capture and share capabilities your community believes are too important to leave to chance.
Identify and share community relationships to support your local curriculum community. When a child learns from their community, they see how community works and how they can contribute.
Design learning opportunities for ākonga to contribute to their communities and build their capabilities. Learning opportunities can build and strengthen both community and ākonga.
Probe into issues. Establish focus areas, develop inquiry proposals, monitor progress, and share findings. See and respond to variations in teacher practice and ākonga outcomes.