We are celebrating our 175th year. As the second oldest running school in Aotearoa we invite past staff, pupils and friends to register for this celebration and/or share our history.
Dates: 23–26 September.
Get creative! The SMART ALEX creative writing competition celebrates the CENTENARY of the Alexander Turnbull Library.
Win cash prizes and book tokens totalling $3,100.
Closing date: Sunday 19 July.
Find full details and entry form at www.turnbullfriends.org.nz and send enquiries to email@example.com
Two categories for prizes: Y9–10 (guideline: 1 or 2 pages including pictures, probably about 250 words) and Y11–13 (guideline: up to 5 pages including pictures, probably about 500 words).
Organised by Services to Schools, National Library of New Zealand and by the Friends of Turnbull Library (sponsors).
Accelerate your students' writing results
Come and hear Dr Hunter at the only NZ Writing Conference that caters to every teacher.
It’s time to fix the writing gap–give our teachers tools that work–and see our students succeed at writing once again.
Why don’t you come along and join the writing revolution.
For further information: www.writethatessay.org/events/new-zealand-events.
Paralympics New Zealand invites you and your students to be part of a new and innovative initiative!
The Para Sport Pop Up is coming to Christchurch telling the story of New Zealand’s 50-year Paralympic history, increasing awareness of Para sport and positively influencing community perceptions of disabled people.
It is a great opportunity to learn about the Paralympic Games, disability, inclusion, diversity and Para sport in New Zealand. Different have a go Para sport activities are available for your students to attend.
Date: Friday 3 April.
Venue: Bridge of Remembrance, Cashel Street, Christchurch.
As part of the Ministry of Health’s information campaign around the COVID-19 virus (coronavirus), the Health Promotion Agency/Te Hiringa Hauora has developed some resources to help spread the message on simple effective measures that everyone can do to help protect themselves, their whānau, and communities.
These resources include banners for websites and newsletters, social media images, email signatures, and info sheets.
Download them at www.hpa.org.nz/covid-19.