Animal Welfare Obligations – Are Your Students Using Animals in Classroom Projects?
Both teachers and students can meet their obligations under the Animal Welfare Act by submitting all projects that include animals for approval prior to beginning the project.
Applications are assessed by the Schools' Animal Ethics Committee, which has been set up to help students and teachers meet their obligations under the Act.
The Committee meets 6 times a year, and will get assessments back in time for your project to begin. Meetings are focused around Science Fairs dates.
Questions About Animal Ethics Approvals?
Contact the Committee directly. We are here to teach students about animal welfare, and ensure that animal welfare standards are upheld during all school projects. We can offer assistance and advice in improving project design, and help teachers and students meet the best outcomes for the animals involved.
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Find out more about animal ethics approval here: http://nzase.org.nz/about/animal-ethics
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Rarotonga Sponsored Teachers' Famil – June 2019
If you are looking to engage your students in an immersive and culturally rewarding environment, look no further than Raro!
We sponsor escorted teachers' tours for those looking to extend their classrooms to the Pacific – we will provide hands on experience and skills to help plan a tour to return with a school group.
While on ‘Famil’ with us you will participate in masses of activities and look at ways of giving back to the local community. This year is a June departure for 4 nights.
Genuine group leaders are welcome to contact: Edventuretours;ph (07) 855 9499; email: firstname.lastname@example.org