Ētahi atu kaupapa
Video transcript available for Mihi
Slow, calm music plays throughout
Narrator: E ngā iwi, e ngā mana, e ngā reo o te motu (To the many tribes, distinctions and voices of the land),
On camera: We see our narrator at the Wharenui wearing a black suit with bare feet. He turns to camera.
Narrator: tēnā koutou katoa (greetings to you all).
On camera: The narrator is standing with the beehive (the New Zealand Parliament building) behind him. He is facing a building with ‘education.govt.nz’ above the door (Mātauranga House, Ministry of Education).
Narrator: Nau mai, whakatau ake ki te paetukutuku o Te Kete Mā Ngā Tamariki Wehe i te Kura (Welcome to The School Leavers Toolkit website).
On camera: The narrator walks into the building, and then we cut to him walking up a vibrant city street (Cuba St, Wellington).
Narrator: He paetukutuku tēnei e pupuri nei i ngā taonga hei āwhina i a koe ki te takahi i ngā huarahi maha o te ao tūroa (This is a website that holds a wealth of resources to help you traverse the many crossroads you may encounter).
On camera: The narrator is walking toward the camera on wet sand. He turns to the camera and speaks.
Narrator: Nō reira e tama mā, e hine mā, e tū ki te whaiao, ki te ao mārama. Tihē Mauri Ora (Therefore, sons and daughters alike, stand and be counted in this world. Tis the Sneeze of Life)!
On camera: We see the narrator’s bare feet walk away from the camera along the wet sand.
Text on screen: School Leavers' Toolkit logo and school-leavers-toolkit.education.govt.nz, along with the logos for Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga (Ministry of Education) and New Zealand Government.
All the topics
Take yourself through the different sections to prepare for a life of learning, meaningful work and wellbeing.
Tertiary educationMātauranga matua
Know what your study and training options are after school.
Moving out of homeTe wehe i te kāinga
What to expect when you decide it's time to find your own place.
Getting a jobTe whiwhi mahi
Discover what your skills are and what is expected in the workplace.
Government and votingTe kāwanatanga me te pōti
Civics and politics newbie? Learn the basics on getting (more) involved.
Money and taxMoni me te tāke
Be great with a budget, pay your tax and grow your money starting today.
Taking care of myself and othersTe tiaki i ahau anō me ētahi atu
Discrimination, sexual health, and other topics affecting your daily life.