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.
Rosehill College invites past and present students, staff and BOT to join us in celebrating 50 years from 7–9 February 2020.
7 February – School in Action
8 February – Official Welcome
8 February – Chill Time BBQ by the pool
8 February – Celebrate with Friends
9 February – Staff lunch from
To register go to rosehillcollege50years.co.nz or visit our Facebook page Rosehill College 50th Anniversary.
For further information contact Janet Herst, ph (09) 295 0695.
The Para Sport Pop Up, a new and innovative initiative by Paralympics New Zealand travels around New Zealand in the lead up to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, telling the story of New Zealand’s 50-year Paralympic history, increasing awareness of Para sport and positively influencing community perceptions of disabled people.
Different ‘have a go’ Para sport activities are available for all ages and for free.
Come and meet us from 10am-4pm in New Plymouth on 27–28 September at Puke Ariki Landing and in Palmerston North on 1–2 November at the Square.
For more information vist: paralympics.org.nz/community/para-sport-pop-up.
Asia New Zealand Foundation is offering up to 12 places to science and digital technology teachers from New Zealand to take part in a professional development opportunity in China, between 21 March to 28 March 2020.
The purpose of the trip is to provide teachers with first-hand experience of the rapidly growing science and digital technology industry in China as well as the economy, history, culture, and customs.
Applicants must be NZ citizens and NZ registered primary teachers with a STEM focus or secondary teachers of science, digital technologies or robotics.
Applications close 6 November.
More information: www.asianz.org.nz/education.