The 2019 Auckland Regional Sport Stacking Tournament will be held on Sunday 18 August.
You can be sure that cups and records will fly as our experienced stackers vie to beat their own times, as well as those of their closest competitors. Novice stackers practise and compete amongst the experienced stackers. Tips and tricks will be passed on freely, and you will be encouraged and supported every step of the way.
This is a fun-filled family event and spectators and media can join sport stackers, instructors and volunteers from 9am.
All details are on the Speed Stacks (NZ) website: www.speedstacks.co.nz/pages/auckland-tournament
A one-day conference for middle leaders
Our schools are busy places and becoming increasingly more complex with the diversity and growing needs of our students.
We wear many hats and are constantly juggling priorities in a fast paced world.
If you are already in a leadership position or aspiring to lead, then come along and be inspired by leading experts and engage in practical workshops which will provide you with tools to lead in complex times.
30 August, Waipuna Hotel and Conference Centre.
Investment: $350 + GST or $325 + GST for multiple bookings.
For further information: www.learningnetwork.ac.nz/shared/products/productCourse.aspx?id=COUR1939.
Education Leaders Forum 2019: Digital Divides, Dividends and Dangers,
17 –18 July, Dunedin is the 13th in an annual series for education leaders and aspiring leaders from across the learning spectrum. Educators are more important than ever as knowledge navigators in a world awash with digital data.
ELF19 is designed to give educators actionable leadership insights into bridging digital divides, unlocking digital dividends and avoiding digital dangers. Ensure your learning community is represented.
Visit www.smartnet.co.nz for the ELF19 overview and contributors and topics.
Register now for early bird discounts or indicate interest in ELF19 updates email@example.com.
In Aotearoa New Zealand, our ancestors all came from another place. Our society is a rich blend of origins, cultures, languages, traditions, religions and foods from all over the world.
Join us as we explore the diverse heritage of a classroom, their stories and how they came to Aotearoa NZ. Meet with their parents and understand some of the challenges they faced in making this country their home.
Make your own as you learn from other students about using free digital maps to create a record of your origins and the places that support your identity.
For more information: www.learnz.org.nz.