Innovative Young Minds (IYM) is 2, week-long STEM programmes for female students in Y11–12. There are 40 places available in each week.
Held in Wellington in the first and second week of the July school holidays, students from all around New Zealand can apply to attend.
The programme introduces young women to the wide variety of STEM opportunities through visits to businesses, tertiary institutes and Crown Research Institutes. They hear from women in the STEM sector, learn to network, visit Parliament and complete an innovation challenge.
For more information and to apply, visit www.iym.org.nz.
43rd National Youth Jazz Competition, 2020 in Tauranga
Open to students Y7–13
Wednesday 8 April to Thursday 9 April 2020.
Registration form and competition rules: www.nationalyouthjazz.org.nz
Combos: Mr PC (John Coltrane)
Big Bands: Groovemaker (Jeff Taylor)
Registrations close: Friday 28 February 2020 at 4pm, or once limited spaces have been filled.
Enquiries: Liam Ryan, Manager National Youth Jazz Competition
Liam mobile: (021) 042 1322 or Mandy (027) 453 3425
Address: Box 2057, Tauranga 3140.
If there are any former Riverina Primary School students in their final year at your secondary school, or already at your tertiary institutions, please encourage them to apply to the Riverina School Charitable Trust for financial help to further their educational or career opportunities in 2020. Grants of varying amounts are awarded annually.
Full details and application forms are available on the Riverina School Charitable Trust Facebook Group email email@example.com or contact (021) 106 3347.
Emailed applications preferred; otherwise, mail/drop off to 2 Stanniland St, Pakuranga, Auckland 2010, by Friday 22 November.
The Science Roadshow will be touring the South Island during term 4.
It strongly supports the Nature of Science strand and the Five Foundational Science Capabilities.
The programme includes:
On The Move – Principles of Force and Movement
Elemental Chemistry – Building blocks of reactions
55–60 Interactive exhibits under the themes of:
Forces – Ngā tōpana
Comparisons – Ngā whakatauritenga
Observations using measurements – Te mātakitaki mā te ine
Patterns, grouping, classification – He tauira, he whakarōpu, he kōmakatanga
Materials – Ngā matū
Models – He tauira
Complimentary resources may be downloaded.
Further information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
RE Provocations are inviting participants to join them in attending the 2020 Study Tour to Reggio Emilia and celebrate Loris Malaguzzi's 100th birthday.
This is a special year for Reggio Children, so don't miss this wonderful opportunity of learning first-hand about the Reggio philosophy and educational approach to teaching and learning.
For further information visit our website www.reggioemilia.org.nz.
Bring your students to the Hamilton Zoo for a hands-on LEOTC experience, where they can ask questions of experienced zoo staff, experience animals and learn about conservation, science, or even art and maths!
We create education programmes tailored to the needs of you and your students.
Get in touch today to find out more: ph (07) 838 6887; email email@example.com.
Tickets are on sale for It's Business Time and we want to see you there!
It’s Business Time (IBT) is a 2-day conference showcasing NZ business stories, curated specifically to complement the current curriculum. IBT is designed to help educators foster enterprising people by sharing and developing best practice in integrating enterprise and financial education into their curriculum.
The programme is designed so that individuals can choose from a selection of speakers and workshops that best suit their interests so that every attendee can maximise the outcomes of the conference.
For more details visit: www.youngenterprise.org.nz/events.
Paparoa Primary School invites current or past students, parents, family or staff to help us celebrate our 150th Anniversary.
This event will be held in Paparoa on 8–10 May 2020.
This is your chance to catch up with old friends and see how the school is getting on.
Please see our School Facebook page for details and registration information.
A free resource for schools - The Wool Shed is a shipping container, packed with interactive learning tools for students.
It's an opportunity to educate students about the wonderful and unique properties of wool across the curriculum:
It is supported by a Curriculum Wool Based Activities Book.
Our South Island shed is fully booked for terms 1–2, 2020, accepting bookings for terms 3–4, 2020.
The North Island shed has spaces in term 4 and accepting bookings for 2020.
Book early to secure a visit www.woolinschools.nz.