On March 9 giftEDnz held our annual meeting and AGM where we were very fortunate to have Debbie Clelland present on: Identity development in the Gifted: One of many Diversities. "We know that giftedness is complex on its own, yet most people have several different types of identities that intersect to comprise their lived experien... Keep Reading
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Paul Wah's talk will cover the current economic/political situation regarding the China/New Zealand relationship and the need for New Zealanders to learn more about China, its people, its culture and its history ... Keep Reading
Tonight, our speaker will be Justin Hodgkiss who will speak on the opportunities afforded by new materials and nanotechnology, particularly with respect to managing climate impact ... Keep Reading
On 21 February 2019, Joy Allcock presented a short summary of the Shine Literacy Project for the 2018 year together with the full report ... Keep Reading
Maisy Bentley is an inspiring young woman. She is currently planning her trip to New York in March to bring the voices of young Kiwi women to the United Nations 63rd session of the commission on the status of women ... Keep Reading
Joy Allcock reports that 'this has been a busy year for the 26 schools in the Shine Literacy Project. A key focus for this year has been developing and strengthening the Lead Teacher network ... Keep Reading
Chris Parkin’s generosity-of-spirit has few boundaries and, as a result, he does nothing by half. Whether it’s founding the Parkin Drawing Prize. Whether it’s venturing into railway locomotion to relocate a 3000 tonne hotel on Wellington’s waterfront, or whether it’s riding a motorbike with his good mates around remote parts of... Keep Reading
David has lived his whole life in Otaki (in fact he’s almost considered a local now) and in that time he’s been both community-minded and a great advocate of the town, its people and the surrounding district. David and his lovely wife Jacqui have raised four children– Sam, Alice, John and Sophie. David’s put much into this town in so... Keep Reading
Principal of Titahi Bay North School, Colin Tarr, reports that his school is celebrating this month. The school was officially opened in March of 1958 by the Hon Philip Skoglund MP, the then Minister of Education, with eight classrooms. You can read all about the history of the school right up to the present day here.... Keep Reading
On the 26th of February 2018 we were lucky enough to have two professionals come to our school to teach us about traditional waka and the constellations and navigation of stars. Keep Reading
On Thursday, 1st of March, staff and students alike participated in a fun, energetic day. Down on the field of Newlands College, hundreds of people could be seen throwing vortexes Keep Reading
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On the 23 of August, the Newlands Intermediate Mathletes achieved a 3rd placing in the yearly MathsWell Competition. MathsWell is a competition for school aged students from years 5 to 11... Keep Reading