Kaitao Intermediate School invites past and present pupils, staff and BOT to help us celebrate 50 years of Kaitao.
Event date: 9 November.
Daytime event address: 30 Bell Road, Western Heights, Rotorua.
Evening event address: Novotel, Tutanekai St, Rotorua.
Early bird registration – $120 (if paid by 27 September)
Late registration – $150 (if paid after 27 September)
All registrations include – Lunch (this will be presented in a souvenir lunch box), dinner (at the Novotel, Rotorua) and a goodie bag (with goodies and souvenirs).
For further information contact us at (07) 348 3687 extn 705 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 3-yearly New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) national survey of primary and intermediate schools will be running again this September. It provides a valuable national picture of what’s happening, and what’s changing over time.
Questionnaires will be sent to principals, board chairs and one other trustee, and a sample of teachers at around 250 English-medium schools. Surveys will also be sent to a sample of parents at each of the same schools.
Please complete a questionnaire if you receive one.
More information about the national survey and previous reports are available at: www.nzcer.org.nz/research/national-survey.
Date: 11 October
Venue: University of Waikato, Hamilton
This symposium by the New Zealand Association for Research in Education (NZARE)’s special interest group responds to current interests in the design and development of innovative learning spaces across educational levels and contexts.
If you are interested in learning environments development, research, practice or policy, please join us for a stimulating day of learning, discussions and networking.
Invited speakers include Jamie Strange (Labour Party List MP, Hamilton), Chris Bradbeer (Stonefields School), Dr Leon Benade (AUT), and Dr Noeline Wright (University of Waikato).
Details and registrations at:
looks to present a showcase of student learning supported by technology. The event will take place at AUT City campus on 19–20 February 2020. An exciting, prestigious and forward-thinking event which creates a unique showcase for trendsetters, practitioners and innovators who are passionate about student learning enhanced by technology. Intended participants will be from both the compulsory primary and secondary and tertiary sectors.
Call for submissions http://sotel.nz