The EVolocity programme can be run as part of the NCEA school curriculum – check out our resources below to gain insight into what’s involved, and how it can work for your school. If you have any questions, get in touch with Sarah on

EVolocity and NCEA – What’s Involved: Webinar

EVolocity CEO, Sarah Fitzgerald, chats with Paul Lenihan of Mahurangi College and John Creighton, Head of Technology at Burnside High School about their insight and tips to integrate the EVolocity programme with NCEA. Paul entered 10 teams in 2022 and will share his experiences and insights on how he did it, what worked, what didn’t and how to incorporate the EVolocity program into NCEA. John has been involved in EVolocity since inception almost ten years ago and he has recently joined the EVolocity Board of Trustees.

Files Referred to in Webinar by Paul Lenihan:

EVolocity & NCEA Design Technology – Student Examples

NCEA Level 2 – EVolocity Schools Challenge

NCEA Level 3 – EVolocity Schools Challenge

EVolocity Scholarship Report

EVolocity School Case Studies – Integrating EVolocity in Curriculum

St John’s College, Hamilton

Teacher Steve Andrews shares how he integrated this into a year 13 Technology programme.
Read the case study here

Avonside Girls High School, Christchurch

Learning that incorporates student choice provides a pathway for students to fully, genuinely invest themselves in quality work that matters. Offering the NCEA technology students at this school the choice to participate in the EVolocity project proved a very successful approach for engagement of learners.
Read the case study here

Big Brother Big Sister, Canterbury

Big Brother Big Sister is a mentoring organisation where kids with a need for a role model are matched with a mentor. They spend time together once a week for life. BBBS has been around for over 100 years. Team BBBS Electric Racer had a lot of fun and learnt a lot during their electric car build project. It is an awesome way to bring kids and mentors together.
Read the case study here