Te Uru Rākau (Forestry New Zealand) is pleased to invite applications for 2021 Ngā Karahipi Uru Rākau – Forestry Scholarships, from Māori and female students interested in enrolling at university in a Bachelor of Forestry Science/Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) majoring in forest engineering.
Check-out our website for more information about applying: www.teururakau.govt.nz/forestryscholarships
If you are interested in enriching and innovating your teaching practice by taking it beyond the classroom (EOTC), this conference is for you. Expect an engaging, thought-provoking and hands-on conference, designed for educators across all learning areas.
- Ways to integrate responsive and authentic learning about our environment
- Enhancing student and staff wellbeing through connected learning
- Discovering meaning through Mātauranga Māori and multicultural values/practices
- Navigating and proactively leading changes in education
- Managing the nitty-gritty of EOTC: Health and Safety, managing workload and creative budgeting.
For further information: www.eonz.org.nz/professional-development/eotc-conference-2020
Power Up! is for physical education teachers and facilitators who want to share and challenge their thinking and approaches to improve their physical education teaching and learning.
This event will take place over three days Tuesday 14 – Thursday 16 July, and you can enjoy it from the comfort of your own home.
Check it out at https://conference.penz.org.nz/coming-soon.
Entries are invited into the Secondary School category of the annual essay competition – The Warren Trust Awards for Architectural Writing.
Cash prize for winners and highly commended entries; publication of selected essays.
Deadline: 10 August.
For entry details go to www.nzia.co.nz
The DigiAwards encourages and celebrates digital creativity in all Y0–8 ākonga throughout Waitaha. The event enables ākonga to design, develop, and showcase their digital outcomes. Ākonga can start working on their projects at any time and upload them once entries open.
This years’ theme is Ahakoa he iti, he pounamu – Although it is small, it is precious.
A video explaining examples of how this whakataukī can be used, the judging criteria and more information can be found on our website bit.ly/gwdigi20.
22 July – Entries open
25 September – Competition closes
11 November - Celebration event