Seeing is Believing

Kasey Wilson, Paralympics New Zealand Education Lead

+64 22 043 4584
kwilson@paralympics.org.nz

FAQ

I’mPOSSIBLE is an educational resource within Seeing is Believing, developed by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) to spread the Paralympic values and vision of the Paralympic Movement to young people throughout the world. This resource has been specifically tailored to the New Zealand Curriculum and New Zealand educational context. It has been introduced in many countries and has now reached Aotearoa, New Zealand.
Each Theme is composed of units directed at Primary years 1-3, and 4-6. Check the top right corner of your activity guide to see year level. However, any group can engage in Seeing is Believing, you can pick and choose what is relevant to your age group.
Engagement and participation with ‘Seeing is Believing’ is completely free.
There is no set timeframe. Schools may choose to engage in further learning past the use of the resources or just choose to explore a couple of units. We hope learners will continue their learning long after they finish engaging with the programme.
I’mPOSSIBLE is a cross-curricular resource that is currently designed to be used with Primary School students in Years 1–6. It specifically links to the New Zealand Curriculum Health and Physical Education achievement objectives.


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Seeing is Believing at a glance - Hobsonville Point Primary School