Helping you, your students and school community flourish and to be ‘at your best’ in the 21st Century, ‘The Wellbeing: Now and in the Future’ event is a two-day event for all those invested in wellbeing and education.
Using a future focussed lens, it is an opportunity to be on the cutting edge of innovation in wellbeing, neuroscience, leadership and learning. The event has world renowned international and New Zealand speakers and workshops and has been designed to foster our innovation and wellbeing culture, and strengthen the capacity of the system to reach all.
For further information: www.rtlbcluster8.ac.nz/wellbeing-event.
An Early Childhood Conference about Innovation, Opportunities and Vision in Early Learning
Dates: 10–11 October.
The well-being of Northlands' tamariki is a priority to the Northland Kindergarten Association (NKA). As part of our commitment to providing our teachers high quality professional learning opportunities, NKA is facilitating a conference 'Every Child Elevated: Innovation, Opportunities and Vision in Early Learning.
This conference is open to all involved in ECE, and early learning in general including education support staff, health and social workers and new entrant teachers and all other interested parties around Northland and further afield.
For further information: http://northlandkindergartens.co.nz
Te Kaapuia o Te Waoku - We are all part of nature
Join us in the Wellington Botanic Garden for a unique education experience.
Our programme offers primary-aged students an opportunity to get hands-on with plants and learn about the different ways we use them.
We focus on four key areas: food, fibre, medicine and construction.
Students will discover the value of ecological sustainability as they actively participate and contribute to the growth and care of plants.
For more information visit wellingtongardens.nz/discoverygarden or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Experience Day: Faculty of Education and Social Work
Date: 30 July .
This July we're opening our doors to those considering teaching as a career to experience what it is like studying at the University's Tai Tokerau Campus in Whangārei.
For further information and to register:
Sandspit Road School (Waiuku) is 50 years old in 2019. We would like to invite all current and former students, staff, BOT members, and families to join us in our celebrations on Saturday 23 November.
The Jubilee weekend events include speeches, afternoon tea, photos, tour of the school, dinner and other entertainment.
To enrol in some or all of the activities please email email@example.com.
The John Peart Trust, a subsidiary of Massey University Foundation is currently seeking applications from provisionally registered, or registered teachers that are alumni of Massey University and teaching in the regions of; Taranaki, Taupo, Hawkes Bay, Whanganui, Rangitikei, Manawatu and Levin (the region).
Grants are available for a range of outdoor and environmental education activities including; travel, research, equipment, site development and maintenance of amenties.
The Trust also allows for Masssey University alumni supporting a proposal that benefits students in schools in the region.
For further information: www.foundation.massey.ac.nz/funds/john-peart.