The Friends of the Turnbull Library are running another Smart Alex creative writing competition for New Zealand and South Pacific secondary school and secondary home-educated students.
Students must respond to or interpret an item from the Alexander Turnbull Library collections and produce a piece of creative writing, illustrated graphic story, or lyrics for a song/waiata.
Entries can be in English or te reo Māori, and there is $3,000 in prize money.
The competition opened 4 March and closes 5pm, Sunday 21 July.
Entry form and competition details are on the Friends of the Turnbull Library website https://turnbullfriends.org.nz/schools-competition.
Knowledgeable education experts, along with regional presenters from primary and secondary schools, will share ideas and innovative practices. There will be opportunities for professional discussions, sharing practices and extending networks.
Keynote speaker: Dr Rose Hipkins, MNZM
Full day seminars in:
Hamilton – Monday 15 April
Christchurch – Tuesday 16 April
Palmerston North – Wednesday 17 April
These seminars are for all education professionals interested in assessment - primary and secondary teachers, principals, teacher educators, professional development providers, researchers, policy makers.
Register at: www.nzai.org.nz/events-seminars.
The 2019 NZ Sport Stacking Open Championships are being held on Sunday 2 June (Queen’s Birthday Weekend) in Wellington.
This competition is open to everyone, with our novice section enabling those new to the sport to compete alongside seasoned stackers, facing the same thrill of a competition whilst striving for goals and records amongst those of equal experience.
This tournament doubles as trials for the NZ Black Stacks. Any competitor wishing to be considered for selection for the 2020 NZ Black Stacks team, representing NZ overseas, will need to attend this tournament.
Free entry for spectators and media.
Come to Government House and learn about the current and past roles of the Governors-General and about themes of service, leadership, citizenship and civics and New Zealand identity. Explore our extensive New Zealand art collection and historic grounds.
All tours are guided by expert staff and can be tailored to meet your learning requirements. Tours take around 2 hours and are free of charge.
Bookings essential; ph (04) 382 0837 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you looking for books and resources, including the popular Time Timers for teaching children with autism spectrum disorders? Autism Resources offers top quality books, Time Timers and other resources to help understand, support and teach children with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities.
To order and view our range of products go to www.autismresources.co.nz or email email@example.com.
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