During Get Outdoors Week, you are encouraged to get out and about safely in New Zealand’s beautiful, but sometimes dangerous outdoor environment. An important part of staying safe is understanding where you are going and letting others know about your location. Mapping plays a key role in enabling you to stay safe and have fun when you go off the beaten track.
On this field trip, find out how maps help you plan your adventure, keep you safe in the outdoors, and assist organisations in finding you if something goes wrong.
More info and enrol at rata.learnz.org.nz/summary.php?vft=getoutdoors204
Most of us get around in cars, either as drivers or passengers. However, many students walk or bike to school while some take the bus or train. Every time you bus, walk, or take the train, you help reduce traffic congestion and pollution.
This trip fits well with big ideas such as: design thinking, future focus, personal health and well-being, perspectives, transport, technological change and innovation.
More info and enrol at rata.learnz.org.nz/summary.php?vft=roadsafety204
The Alpine Fault is one of Earth's most impressive geological features and capable of generating big earthquakes; in fact we're already a little overdue for one.
Scientists are trying to understand how the Alpine Fault works and how a really big earthquake will affect land, infrastructure and people. Such an earthquake will be felt by everyone in Aotearoa and AF8 (Alpine Fault magnitude 8) is helping us get better prepared.
Join us on a journey along the spectacular Alpine Fault as we share scientists' findings with you and your class.
More info and enrol at rata.learnz.org.nz/summary.php?vft=naturalhazards203
On this virtual fieldtrip to the Bay of Plenty find out about New Zealand's history of emergencies caused by natural hazards, learn what you and your school need to do during an emergency, understand the impacts of a natural hazard emergency, and prepare for these impacts to get through an emergency.
More info at rata.learnz.org.nz/summary.php?vft=whatstheplanstan204
Tuturau school is celebrating 150 years of education on 26–27 March, 2021.
We welcome all past and present families, staff and friends to be part of the festivities which will include a meet and greet, old school bus run, school open day, photos and formal dinner.
For more information or to pre register please contact Sue Shaw on (027) 292 4412 or email@example.com or Lisa Perkins on (027) 231 4043.
If there are any former Riverina Primary School students in their final year at your secondary school, could you please encourage them to apply to the Riverina School Charitable Trust for financial help to further their educational or career opportunities in 2021. Grants of varying amounts are awarded annually.
Full details and application forms are available on the Riverina School Charitable Trust Facebook Group / email firstname.lastname@example.org / contact (021) 106 3347. Emailed applications preferred; otherwise, mail/drop off to 2 Stanniland St, Sunnyhills, Auckland 2010, by Friday, 13 November.
Due to COVID-19, the first sports Rowing Regatta will feature on ANZAC Day in Malta to remember and bring awareness behind the scenes of Gallopli.
At this stage, expression of interest, from schools/rowing clubs to form a NZ team consisting of: 5x U18 boys and 5x U18 girls... also a mixed double race will include 3 boys and 2 girls - 4x Olympic boats will be used.
Malta University Rowing Club has started preparations for the event. The one week stay will be educational with special sites of WW1 / WWII.
For more details, please contact John via email: email@example.com.