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. They are aligned with the New Zealand Curriculum and are flexible enough to be taught as a complete unit of work or individual themes can be taught separately.
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The 2019 NZ Sport Stacking Open Championships are being held on Sunday 2 June (Queen’s Birthday Weekend) in Wellington.
This competition is open to everyone, with our novice section enabling those new to the sport to compete alongside seasoned stackers, facing the same thrill of a competition whilst striving for goals and records amongst those of equal experience.
This tournament doubles as trials for the NZ Black Stacks. Any competitor wishing to be considered for selection for the 2020 NZ Black Stacks team, representing NZ overseas, will need to attend this tournament.
Free entry for spectators and media.
The New Zealand Association of Intermediates and Middle Schools (NZAIMS) is committed to providing educators of the emerging adolescence quality professional development programmes.
It is our aim that this targeted PD assists schools in being responsive to the engagement, motivation, opportunities and specific needs of the students we work with.
We again, would like to offer to our members the opportunity to attend in 2019, the Aspiring Middle School Leaders conference.
This is designed to equip future leaders with the skills needed to develop a collaborative and positive school culture and climate.
For further details: www.learningnetwork.ac.nz/shared/products/productConference.aspx?id=CONF1903
The Tai Tokerau Principals' Association is committed to providing you with the opportunity to gather together each year for professional learning and networking at our annual conference.
We pride ourselves on the relaxed and supportive environment we provide for our association members to connect with colleagues, engage in learning and enjoy precious time out to reflect and recharge!
We endeavour to provide world-class professional learning that is current and relevant to the communities we serve.
For further information: www.learningnetwork.ac.nz/shared/products/productConference.aspx?id=CONF1904
Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) and the Health Promotion Agency (HPA) will soon be inviting schools to participate in the 2019 New Zealand Youth Tobacco Monitor (NZYTM) involving the ASH Y10 Snapshot survey. The survey will be conducted in term 2.
Your school’s participation is important for ensuring the data and trends give an accurate reflection of what is happening in youth smoking across New Zealand. Participating schools will receive their school’s smoking figures, including a comparison with national trends in New Zealand.
For more information, visit www.hpa.org.nz/what-we-do/nzytm, or contact Niveditha Gurram; ph (04) 917 0060 or email N.email@example.com.