Past students, staff and their families are invited to celebrate 150 years of learning at Upokongaro School on Saturday 14 March 2020.
Registrations are required with the option of lunch, dinner dance and a river cruise to Upokongaro on the Wairua.
Contact the school to register (06) 345 6424; email firstname.lastname@example.org or download the registration form from our 150th Celebrations Facebook page.
In 2018, Keep New Zealand Beautiful (KNZB) launched Kiki Kiwi and Friends, as part of the “Litter Less” programme for students aged 5–11 years old. These litter centric educational resources are based on the adventures of Kiki the Kiwi and his endeavour to stop litterers! They’ve been developed to help 5–11 year olds understand and respond to litter and littering issues and they are aligned with the New Zealand Curriculum.
If you are unable to locate your school’s kit, please get in touch with us.
The programme can also be accessed and downloaded digitally at www.knzb.org.nz/kiki-kiwi-and-friends.
Transform your teaching and create unforgettable experiences in your classroom. Make school a place where students are inspired, empowered and immersed in learning.
Bring back the laughter, fun and joy through the arts, dance, drama, science and play.
Create your own little bit of "magic" and make your classroom come alive.
Mike Anderson – Transition to School
Kate Ward – Dance
Kahli Oliveira – Creativity in the Classroom
Tahi Mappborren - Drama
Abbi Cardno and Daisy Macgregor – Playbased Learning Jellybeans Music
One day conference will be held in Auckland onSaturday 4 April 2020.
FarNet is an online community of schools, using a ‘learning exchange’ model to provide a wide range of courses within the secondary school context.
Affiliated schools can access a broad curriculum and cater for individual student subject needs, from Y9–13.
Become part of this innovative teaching and learning community. Membership and enrolment information available now!
For further information visit: farnet.school.nz.
This award may suit a woman who is undertaking a career in education (tutor or teaching role) and who best shows her achievements.
The recipient will be a woman who has connections with Franklin or is a past or present resident of the Franklin area, and who is enrolled at a recognised university, polytechnic or college of education, or retraining following an absence from employment.
Applications close: 17 January 2020.
Details: www.bpwfranklin.org.nz or
Phone: Janice (021) 0295 0688
Affiliated to the New Zealand Federation of Business and Professional Women Incorporated.