Thursday 7 May: 5–6pm – AGM
6–6.30pm – Conference Registration
6.30–9.30pm – Dinner (Buffet at Holiday Inn, 2 Ascot Rd Mangere) – ($43pp)
Friday 8 May: 9am–3.30pm – Conference workshop sessions
Saturday 9 May: 9am–3pm – Conference workshop sessions
Costs: Fotu o Mālama registered member: $150 (please note: $180 after 7 April); non-member: $200 (please note: $230 after 7 April).
Early bird registrations close on 7 April.
Costs include morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.
For more information contact Lemoa Henry Fesulua’i (secretary);
To register for the conference, please visit: https://forms.gle/m3xkzxqsUYgHR3nk7.
The Eureka! Awards are a science communication competition for secondary school and tertiary students from Y11 to undergraduate.
They provide an opportunity for the young leaders of tomorrow to showcase their communication skills by researching and presenting their science, technology, engineering or mathematics concept and highlighting its importance to New Zealand’s economic, social or environmental wealth and well being.
Students can win:
• Up to $10,000 prize money
• Plus scholarships
• Plus internships
For further details and to register interest: www.eureka.org.nz.
The Eureka! Awards are a science communication competition that provides an opportunity for students from Y11 to undergraduate, to present their science, technology, engineering or mathematics concept, and highlight its importance to New Zealand’s economic, social or environmental wealth and wellbeing.
To encourage greater participation in STEM careers by Māori and Pasifika students the Eureka Awards include dedicated scholarships eligible only to these studentsfor ongoing study.
Māori and Pasifika students entering the Eureka Awards can win
• Upto $10,000 prize money
• Plus scholarships
• Plus internships.
For further details and to register interest:
The Eureka! Awards are a science communication competition for secondary school and tertiary students. Students present their science, technology, engineering or mathematics concept exploring how it can improve New Zealand’s economic, social or environmental wealth and wellbeing.
The growth of the Eureka! Awards has been assisted by the commitment and dedication of some fantastic teachers. To recognise this commitment, 2 Eureka Teachers Awards can be awarded to STEM teachers and their New Zealand school/institution.
• $2,500 is awarded to the teacher
• $2,500 is awarded to the school/institution for STEM teaching resources.
For further details and to apply:
Road Safety Week is an annual activity that engages hundreds of communities across the country in raising awareness of road safety.
The week is a great opportunity to kick-start road safety activities at your organisation, or to link existing activities to a national week. There are also lots of ways to meet curriculum goals whilst also learning about road safety.
It's free to register and thanks to QBE Insurance and Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency you'll receive an electronic action pack with posters, worksheets, interactive resources and more.
For more information and to register for an action pack visit www.roadsafetyweek.org.nz.
On this field trip to the Waikanae River in the Wellington region, you will join the programme to restore our rivers.
Kick-started by a government grant, iwi and communities are getting together with government agencies to begin new long term projects to make them healthy again.
This trip is a river journey from the mountains to the sea exploring how rivers work, what makes them dirty and what we can do to make them right.
More info at: www.learnz.org.nz/fieldtrips.
Beep Beep! Days are fun road safety days for 2–7-year-olds, teaching them some key road safety messages such as holding hands, sitting in a car seat, and wearing a helmet on a bike or scooter.
Everyone who registers receives a free e-action pack of resources including posters, activity sheets, certificates and more.
Brake has partnered with Aardman Animations to run our national day with Timmy Time, using Timmy and his friends in our resources.
If the national date doesn't work, you can run your day at another time.
Find out more and register at www.brake.org.nz/beepbeepday.