The Ngārimu Video Competition is open to submissions. All students and ākonga from Y7–13 can submit a video to be in with a chance of winning $2,200 for themselves and $950 for their school or kura.
The video must reflect one of the three kaupapa outlined on the Ngārimu Video Competition website, where you can also find information on how to enter.
Videos must be submitted on, or before, Monday 12 October.
Advance your skills in teaching maths and science for complete confidence in the classroom.
You can now study a one-year Postgraduate Certificate in Education starting in March 2021 and be fully funded with a Woolf Fisher Trust Postgraduate Scholarship. The programme is part-time, so you won’t need to give up your teaching job, plus you’ll receive a stipend to support your studies.
• You will complete 2 evening courses at the Epsom campus
• You may credit these courses towards a Master of Education.
To apply: auckland.ac.nz/WoolfFisher2021.
For more details, contact postgraduate adviser Antoinette Vaha: email@example.com.
Celebrating Pride in every school | Whakanuia te uenuku ki ia kura
We’re excited to launch InsideOUT’s first annual National Schools Pride Week campaign, with a range of activities that schools, rainbow diversity groups, students and staff can get involved with in their school!
We hope that by creating opportunities to celebrate and affirm rainbow identities through this campaign we can help reduce the experiences of bullying and distress many of our rainbow rangatahi face, and give these young people an increased sense of belonging in their school communities.
Transform your teaching and create unforgettable experiences in your classroom. Make school a place where students are inspired, empowered and immersed in learning. Bring back the laughter, fun and joy through the arts, dance, drama, science and play.
Create your own little bit of magic and make your classroom come alive.
Saturday event based in Auckland...no relievers required so bring your whole team and have some fun.
In response to the impact of COVID-19, the Prime Minister’s Education Excellence Awards has been moved to 2021.
We thank the early learning services, schools and kura who have already submitted an entry. The Awards team will be in touch with each of you regarding your entry.
We look forward to relaunching the Awards in 2021.