The Doc Edge Schools Student Documentary Competition is now open for submissions. With a substantial cash prize in the secondary and tertiary categories, this is well worth entering.
Email email@example.com for more information or visit the Doc Edge Schools web page / Facebook page
The Sticks ‘n Stones Online Advocates programme empowers young people from high schools and colleges around the country who are empowered & supported to create positive social change.
It is an augmented training approach powered by Facebook and Instagram combining full-day in-person Activator workshops with ongoing support through Power Up modules delivered in our online platform; monthly webinars and a collaborative space.
This is provided at no cost to 40 schools in 2019 and is a fantastic opportunity to develop leadership skills for your compassionate and empathetic students.
Visit www.sticksnstones.co.nz/courses/fb to check out our info pack and sign up.
Hororata Primary School 150th Jubilee Celebrations Reunion Weekend. We would like to invite all past and present students, staff, board members, PTA families and community members to join us for our 150th Jubilee celebrations which will be held on 20–22 March 2020.
For further information or to register interest, please contact the school office (03) 318 0803; email: firstname.lastname@example.org or check out the website: ultranet.hororata.school.nz.
Registrations are invited from schools wishing to participate in the VLN primary school programmes in 2020. Prepare to participate now!
Online programmes include: Te reo Māori, kapa haka, a wide range of languages, extension maths, literacy, digital technology, gifted and talented, science, web design, future planning–life skills, logo design, investing in the stock market, visual art, and astronomy.
Starting mid term 1. Enrolments close 24 Feb 2020.
Find out more about our online programmes and how to register here
The Australasian Region of the International Biometric Society is holding a special biometrics poster competition for Y9–10 school students in Australasian schools. Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 entries that can demonstrate a clear statistical inquiry to a Biometrics problem.
Entries close 10 November.
For more information visit: https://ausbiometric2019.org/school-posters.