Volunteer-guide led educational tours are available for school groups visiting Matiu/Somes Island. These half-day morning or afternoon tours cover the island's unique cultural and natural history. They fit well with the New Zealand Curriculum and with NCEA programmes.
The tour cost is $2 per student (plus $13 per student for the return ferry fare).
Please note that as the term 4 demand for tours can exceed guiding capacity, bookings for November and December should be made by the end of term 3.
For further information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Massey High School will be celebrating their 50th reunion on Friday 18 October and Saturday 19 October.
Performances by students
Tour of the school
Mix and mingle – Friday night
Gala dinner – Saturday night.
For more information, or to register, visit www.masseyhigh.school.nz or email email@example.com.
ZooVentures brings interactive workshops to your Auckland school with an amazing range of exotic creatures and pets, covering many of the 'living world' curriculum topics, as well as providing inspiration for art and creative writing.
One teacher describes it as 'like a zoo trip, but more hands on and no travel to organise".
There is a high level of interaction in our sessions, students have huge lizards on their laps, see chinchillas rolling in a dustbath, hold rare tortoises, build leopard gecko habitats and many more exciting and engaging experiences.
Structured interactive learning with a high educational value.
Take the sting out of interviews for your students!
CareerStart has developed a resource to support careers advisers as they assist students with interview skills, whether it's for a part-time job, permanent employment, or even tertiary study.
The aim is to narrow the gap between candidate and interviewer through a step-wise guide to preparation, the interview itself, and follow up. Worksheets reinforce each step, with master copies sent to careers coaches.
'Job Interview Success' is a concise and relatable guide, and an invaluable teaching tool. Run individual coaching sessions, group workshops or have a copy on hand to lend students.
Phyllis Johnston’s iconic pioneer series, much loved in classrooms over the last 35 years, has now been reprinted.
“No one went to town”, “Black Boots and Buttonhooks” and “A Comet in the Sky”, are the first 3 books in the ‘May’ series which covers 50 years of New Zealand social history.
Discounts available for bulk orders.
To order and view the full series go to www.noonewenttotown.co.nz