"After realising that the food & fibre sector has a need for skilled people, I've built the teaching resources into the topics we teach."- secondary school teacher.

The Wool in Schools project aims to help you understand wool’s place in our lives, and how and why it is part of our future. We have identified or developed resources that support New Zealand curriculum teaching of year 7 and 8 students. These have a range of applications, including Science, Technology, Mathematics and Economics, History, English and Art, for you to tailor to your needs. You could even create a full-on fibre factory, from Fibre to Finished Product, complete with marketing campaign.

Our Woolly Blog for teachers includes syllabus ideas, experiments, activities and scenarios shared by teachers around the country. It’s where you can find out how wool is capturing the attention of children.