Turitea (formerly Tiritea) School would like to extend a warm welcome to all our past and present students, staff, School Committee, Board of Trustees, PTA, whānau and community to join us to celebrate 125 years of education. Friday 16 and Saturday 17 October 2020.
For further information, contact the school office: ph (06) 354 8845 or email email@example.com
Please help us spread the word and look out for further details on our Jubilee Facebook page.
We would love to see you at our celebration.
FarNet is an online community of schools, using a ‘learning exchange’ model to provide a wide range of courses within the secondary school context.
Affiliated schools can access a broad curriculum and cater for individual student subject needs, from Y9–13.
Become part of this innovative teaching and learning community. Membership and enrolment information available now!
For further information visit: farnet.school.nz.
This award may suit a woman who is undertaking a career in education (tutor or teaching role) and who best shows her achievements.
The recipient will be a woman who has connections with Franklin or is a past or present resident of the Franklin area, and who is enrolled at a recognised university, polytechnic or college of education, or retraining following an absence from employment.
Applications close: 17 January 2020.
Details: www.bpwfranklin.org.nz or
Phone: Janice (021) 0295 0688
Affiliated to the New Zealand Federation of Business and Professional Women Incorporated.
The Australasian Ethics Olympiad aims to promote and encourage the development of collaboration, critical thinking and respectful dialogue around relevant and interesting ethical issues.
This event is open to Y10-13. Each school may enter 2 teams consisting of 5 students each.
For further details and to register https://ethicsolympiad.yahoosites.com.
Do you teach Y7–13 students?
YRE Litter Less New Zealand is a national enviro-journalism education programme that gives young people the opportunity to be part of the solution by producing creative and engaging environmental journalism.
Participants investigate and report on environmental issues relating to litter, and propose solutions by using video, photography or writing.
Students submit their projects to the national competition in July to win fantastic prizes.
The competition is open to students aged 11–18 years who attend a school that is registered for the YRE programme.
Find out more at www.yre.org.nz.