Civic Trust Auckland invites students to photograph heritage items or activities related to this year's Auckland Heritage Festival theme: 'Journeys – the stories of how our people travelled to Tāmaki Makaurau by sea, by air or by land, to create a shared future together.'
There are 3 age groups, with 3 prizes of $50, $100 and $150. Entries due 30 October.
CTA is a non-profit community group with aims that include:
• protection of natural landforms
• preservation of heritage, in all its aspects
• encouragement of good planning for the city and region.
Tirimoana school would like to extend a warm welcome to all our past and present pupils, staff, board of trustees, whānau and community to join us to celebrate our 50th Jubilee.
Celebration events will be held:
Friday 15 November – Evening mixer 7–10pm
Saturday 16 November – Jubilee gala 11am–3pm
Please register for tickets at www.tirimoana.school.nz.
We would like to extend a warm welcome to all our past pupils, staff, Board of Trustees and School Comittee members to the Ohaupo School 150th Reunion over Labour Weekend 25–26 October.
Come along to celebrate the past and look into the future of the school.
For more information please go to the school's website.
Bay of Plenty Secondary Assistant and Deputy Principals' Conference 2019
Keynote speaker: Craig Joubert
Featured speakers: Jenny L Ferrier-Ker – Educational Leadership
Dr Professor Mere A Berryman – Relational and Responsive Inclusion
Date: Friday 15 November.
Venue: Mills Reef Winery.
$130 + GST (Earlybird* $110 + GST until 27 September)
Register online: http://bit.ly/BOPAPDPCONF.
Kaitao Intermediate School invites past and present pupils, staff and BOT to help us celebrate 50 years of Kaitao.
Event date: 9 November.
Daytime event address: 30 Bell Road, Western Heights, Rotorua.
Evening event address: Novotel, Tutanekai St, Rotorua.
Early bird registration – $120 (if paid by 27 September)
Late registration – $150 (if paid after 27 September)
All registrations include – Lunch (this will be presented in a souvenir lunch box), dinner (at the Novotel, Rotorua) and a goodie bag (with goodies and souvenirs).
For further information contact us at (07) 348 3687 extn 705 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Kohia Centre retail store has supplied a wide range of educational and teaching resources for over 20 years. These include: curriculum resources; educational publications; classroom support materials and teaching accessories such as stickers, borders, poster, etc.
Call us, visit our store or shop online. We offer a nationwide delivery service.
Kohia Centre, Faculty of Education and Social Work, The University of Auckland, Gate 1, 78 Epsom Avenue, Epsom, Auckland 1023; ph (09) 623 8977; email: email@example.com
Shop hours: Monday to Thursday 8am–4.30pm.
Friday 8am–4pm (parking at Gate 2).
Kohia Centre – Teachers Forum
Nā tō rourou, nā
taku rourou ka
ora ai te iwi
With your food basket and my food basket the people will thrive.
This two day event celebrates the success and expertise in our schools and provides the opportunity to 'whakaako tētahi ki tētahi' educate each other.
The two days will consist of three strands.
A series of 90 minute workshops will be planned from the submissions presented, covering a range of topics, acknowledging the many educational innovations happening in our classrooms and schools.
An exciting two-day event is coming your way. Designed for students, this special iNVENTIONATOR is supported by six online resources.
It’s free for gifted learners who want to PLAY. THINK. DESIGN. innovative solutions to real-life problems.
Are you ready to DREAM BIG?
Find out more bit.ly/2xHiuN2
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