Predator Free NZ has a great website that provides specific guidance for schools, with links to relevant education resources and other organisations.
Teaching respect for animals and allowing children to opt in or out are important starting points.
Younger ākonga could get involved with tracking, using chew cards or by building simple tracking tunnels.
As they get older, ākonga who are keen on the trapping stage can take responsibility for checking traps around the school or in the wider community, building leadership and connections with other groups.
Click on the link provided above to start exploring the website.