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The NZ Association for Gifted Children (NZAGC) exists to promote the needs of gifted children at national level and support and foster initiatives at local level which meet those needs.
Find out about events they have planned for Gifted Awareness Week.
Gifted Awareness Week is celebrated in New Zealand from 17th-23rd June to draw attention to giftedness and gifted education in New Zealand.
There are projects, activities, and events taking place throughout the country – find out what is happening near you.
Help shape the development of our National War Memorial Educational Centre. This short survey is designed to help shape the educational services your school needs from our planned National War Memorial Educational Centre. We are interested to develop both on site and outreach education services to meet the needs of your school. Your input is vital. Please click the survey link and have your say.
The survey will close on Monday 24th June, 2013.
Be inspired and gain fresh ideas from other schools about how you can support road and rail safety. Here you'll find examples of schools working through the curriculum, enhancing their ethos and organisation, and building community partnerships.
Search by region to see what the schools in your area, and throughout New Zealand, are doing. You can submit your own stories too.
Applications are open for the 2014 Special Education scholarships and study awards. You can subscribe to an RSS feed, newsletter, or email for any updates to the information.
Each Matariki the celebration of te ao Māori on screen is strengthened with new additions to this collection from NZ On Screen
A significant celebration in the Maori calendar is Matariki – the indigenous New Year for Aotearoa and the Pacific. Matariki is a small but distinctive star cluster whose appearance in the north eastern pre-dawn sky in late May, early June marks the start of a new phase of life. As well as marking the start of a new year, Matariki can also signal other new beginnings – such as a time to reflect on your place in the world, reawaken old skills, or try out new ones, and to set new goals.
Explore some of the many resources available to share with students at this time of the year.
The Education Gazette looks at Vocational Pathways - what they are, and how they will help students.
The New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards are celebrated with a nationwide festival of events and activities that bring books alive for young readers of all ages.
Book Award finalists – authors, illustrators and their books – will be touring schools, preschools, and their communities during Festival Week 17–24 June leading up to the announcement of the winners at an awards ceremony in Christchurch on 24 June
There is a wide range of events and competitions for school children to enter and attend in their communities from designing a bookmark to meeting a live tuatara at the library.
Find out about events in your area here.
The Commission for Financial Literacy and BNZ are co-sponsoring a new competition for years 7 and 8 that puts students in charge of teaching financial literacy in schools. Students make a short movie about being smart with money - this could be anything from working out how much it costs to have a pet, how to make a budget, or tips about saving. Entries close 16 August. Find out more