Take some time for your professional self and join us in the heart of Christchurch for the biennial NASDAP Conference!
When? 9–11 August 2021
Where? Te Pae, Christchurch
There are many reasons for secondary deputy and assistant principals to come together but none more important than the opportunity to Reflect, Reconnect, and Rejuvenate.
A call for workshops opens in November.
For further details https://confer.eventsair.com/nasdap-2021-conference/call-for-workshops.
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Maths Week 2021 will be held between Monday 9 August and Friday 13 August.
Maths Week is a major event that is held each year, having been first held in 1998. Sponsored by the Ministry of Education and the New Zealand Association of Mathematics Teachers, a number of resources are written and made available to teachers and students in Y1–11.
For further information www.nzamt.org.nz.
This year, for Novembre Numérique (Digital November), the French Embassy presents an original digital Escape Game created by Alliance Française Wellington!
The materials for the digital escape game are available on the Alliance Française webpage. The activity is based on five key threats to biodiversity including overfishing, deforestation and plastic in the oceans. The target age group is 5-10 years old and the activity will take about 1-1.5 hours.
For statistical purposes, we would love to know if you use the activity with your class in November and what you think about it. email@example.com
New Zealand Association of Mathematics Teachers.
The 17th biennial conference for teachers of Mathematics and Statistics is being hosted in New Plymouth in 2021.
Venue: New Plymouth Boys' High School
Date: Tuesday 12th to Thursday 14th October 2021
This conference is suitable for secondary and primary teachers.
This conference consists of variety of keynote speakers and workshops aiming to help teachers, and hence their students, to reach their peak in the study of Mathematics and Statistics.
Registrations will open early next year.
For further information visit: sites.google.com/nzamt.org.nz/conference.
The John Peart Trust (JPT) purpose is to promote and enable outdoor and environmental education in the formal education sector.
The fund provides grants assisting with travel and fees for extra-curricular courses. Also enabling practical research and provides resources and equipment that will enable outdoor and environmental education.
Closing date 15 November.
For further details and how to apply please contact Peter Halligan at Massey Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on (06) 951 9347.
Free school tours and programmes at Government House Wellington.
Visit the home of the Governor-General and explore the changing role of our Head of State. Discover how NZ acknowledges bravery and service to the community.
Check out our NZ art collection and coats of arms.
Tours take 1.5-2 hours, and up to 2 classes can visit at the same time. For Wellington schools we can arrange a pre-visit session at your school.
Email email@example.com or call (04) 382 0837 or visit our website www.gg.govt.nz/tours.