Ardmore Old Trouts invite you to Wairakei Resort on 17 October.
Cost $75pp earlybird, after 1 April $80pp.
Dinner and entertainment included
Email Janeve Green for registration details or visit
Please spread the word.
Limited to first 300 registrations.
Save the dates for your FREE educational documentary screenings for school students in Auckland and Wellington, followed by question and answer sessions with film makers and experts.
We'll also provide free educational resources to support your lesson plans in the classroom.
Auckland: 28 May–5 June
Wellington: 11–19 June
Māngere: 19 and 20 August (limited season)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
We hope to see you at the movies!
Find out how schools, kura kaupapa, early childhood education centres, and kōhanga reo can take action to protect children and young people from vaping at hpa.org.nz/programme/education/vaping.
Vauxhall 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 100 years.
We have a wonderful selection of activities planned for Friday 6 and Saturday 7 November.
All former pupils, staff, associates, and friends of the school are invited to register to attend the celebration via the school website www.vauxhall.school.nz/school-info/news-events/vauxhall-school-centenary.
We would love to see you there.
NZ On Screen calls for entries from aspiring student filmmakers for its annual ScreenTest competition
Following the success of 2019’s ScreenTest competition, NZ On Screen is once again asking young filmmakers to start thinking about entries for this year’s competition.
ScreenTest is a nationwide competition that gives students the chance to create their very own piece of screen heritage.
Secondary and intermediate school students are invited to make or animate a short film of no more than 10 minutes, on the theme of ‘Justice’.
Entries must be submitted to NZ On Screen by 30 October.
For more information visit: www.nzonscreen.com/screentest.
RE Provocations invites you to a thought-provoking weekend of international and local speakers.
We are excited to have Tiziana Filippini (Pedagogista) and Marco Spaggiari (Atelierista) from Reggio Children, Italy; Harold Göthson (Sweden); Professor Linda Mitchell and Thelma Chapman (Aotearoa New Zealand) presenting on 27-29 March.
Our aim is to unpack and explore the ways children utilise their many languages of learning to investigate the complex and varied world(s) they operate in.
Conference participants will have the opportunity to challenge their thinking, engage in reflective conversations and explore their ideas.
For further information and registration please go to our website www.reggioemilia.org.nz.
Introducing clean sport to NZ schools
• FREE interactive workshops - values based education, identification of risks, supplement use, influences and more
• Group learning, games and FUN
• Athlete educators
Workshop duration: 45 minutes – 1 hour (can be modified to suit).
General – across all students. Content tailored to year levels.
Focussed – academy sports students/high performing sports students and teams.
Parent and support personnel – tailored education for parents, coaches and support personnel in a dedicated workshop.
Book a Good Clean Sport – Youth Workshop Today
Visit https://drugfreesport.org.nz/what-we-do/education/good-clean-sport-youth or call (0800) DRUG FREE.
Presented By: Taylor Heads - 30 Apr, Wellington
Venue: Childspace Institute, 45 Helston Rd, Johnsonville, Wellington
Pathways to Primary School
As we know, it is common for tamariki to go to school once they are five. In contrast it is uncommon for tamariki to have the same experience of going to school as their peers. Tamariki create different pathways at different paces when getting amongst all the ‘preparing’ for school. One size does not fit all.
Course runs from 9am-3pm.
Normal Price: $195