Colwill School Massey are celebrating 40 years.
Dates: 8–9 November.
Friday 8 of November – visit the classrooms and have a chat with Principal Rob Taylor 10.00am - 12.30pm
Saturday 9 November 70's Disco 7–11pm.
Last chance to see the school before its massive makeover.
Tickets are limited at $30 per person – R18 event.
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Tūī Street Heroes is the sequel to award - winning Tūī Street Tales, winner of the 2016 Storylines Tom Fitzgibbon Award. It can be read as a 'stand-alone' text or as a sequel.
“The kids from Tūī Street make a welcome return as more awe-inspiring adventures await readers looking for a little - a lot - of magic.” – Dionne Christian, Canvas, NZ Herald.
Tūī Street Tales and Teachers' Notes are available through Scholastic. Tūī Street Heroes and Teachers' Notes are available through www.wildingbooks.com.
Author, Anne Kayes also does dramatic, exciting readings in schools. Contact her through her website, www.annekayes.com.
We would like to extend a warm welcome to all our past pupils, staff, Board of Trustees and School Comittee members to the Ohaupo School 150th Reunion over Labour Weekend 25–26 October.
Come along to celebrate the past and look into the future of the school.
For more information please go to the school's website.
The Kohia Centre retail store has supplied a wide range of educational and teaching resources for over 20 years. These include: curriculum resources; educational publications; classroom support materials and teaching accessories such as stickers, borders, poster, etc.
Call us, visit our store or shop online. We offer a nationwide delivery service.
Kohia Centre, Faculty of Education and Social Work, The University of Auckland, Gate 1, 78 Epsom Avenue, Epsom, Auckland 1023; ph (09) 623 8977; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shop hours: Monday to Thursday 8am–4.30pm.
Friday 8am–4pm (parking at Gate 2).
The Sticks ‘n Stones Online Advocates programme empowers young people from high schools and colleges around the country who are empowered & supported to create positive social change.
It is an augmented training approach powered by Facebook and Instagram combining full-day in-person Activator workshops with ongoing support through Power Up modules delivered in our online platform; monthly webinars and a collaborative space.
This is provided at no cost to 40 schools in 2019 and is a fantastic opportunity to develop leadership skills for your compassionate and empathetic students.
Visit www.sticksnstones.co.nz/courses/fb to check out our info pack and sign up.
Hororata Primary School 150th Jubilee Celebrations Reunion Weekend. We would like to invite all past and present students, staff, board members, PTA families and community members to join us for our 150th Jubilee celebrations which will be held on 20–22 March 2020.
For further information or to register interest, please contact the school office (03) 318 0803; email: email@example.com or check out the website: ultranet.hororata.school.nz.
Shakespeare Globe Centre NZ National Shakespeare Schools Production week’s culminating performances. Forty minute scenes from Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Henry V will be directed by James Cain, Terence Crawford and Erina Daniels with 48 highly talented and innovative young people.
Tickets via iTicket.co.nz for the Saturday 5 October 7:30–10:30pm performance at Pipitea Marae, 55-59 Thorndon Quay. Door sales will be available.
Tickets for the Sunday 6 October 4–7pm performance at the Legislative Chamber, Parliament must be booked through SGCNZ: firstname.lastname@example.org or (04) 384 1300. No door sales.
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:
A certain way to overcome a major problem in schools, which is underachievement, can be prevented or reversed within the proven strategies contained in the book published by Dr Leonard Restall, a former teacher with 40 years' experience, which is now available for students, teachers and parents. The title of the book is, 'In Pursuit of Success–Overcoming Underachievement'.
Details of this book can be obtained from email@example.com.
This friendly and welcoming technology education conference is designed for anyone who thinks that people learn best by doing. Meet up with like-minded people to hear about the latest ideas, teaching techniques, tools, resources etc. Interactive workshops provide lots of fun, hands-on activities, while explanatory sessions provide time to learn about new ways of teaching for learning.
Visits include: making a silver ring; visiting NZ's largest eggplant grower followed by a master cooking class; learning about the set design and costumes at the Pop-up-Globe Theatre; hearing about amazing engineering feats as you walk over the Auckland Harbour Bridge.
Celebrating 100 years as a Catholic school community in Levin, we are calling all past and present students, staff, teachers and whānau to join us for this once-in-a lifetime weekend of celebration in February, 2020.
Saturday 1 February will include viewing the school, light lunch, time capsule and more, followed in the evening with a formal dinner, dance and speeches. Sunday 2 February, we will be celebrating with a 100th Anniversary Mass, blessing of the commemorative tree and plaque, anniversary cake, and light lunch. We look forward to reuniting with past friends.
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