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Koinei te putanga tuihono o ngā aratohu mā te pouako e tautoko ana i te pukapuka Te Wharekura 89. He raupapa a Te Wharekura o ngā kohinga kōrero nō neherā, nō ēnei rangi tonu e hāngai ana ki ngā ākonga i ngā tau 11–13. Ko te arotahinga o tēnei putanga ko Te Ope Taua Māori i te Pakanga Tuarua o te Ao. E hāngai ana ngā ngohe katoa ki Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.
Koinei te putanga tuihono o ngā aratohu mā te pouako e tautoko ana i te pukapuka Te Tautoko 68. He raupapa a Te Tautoko o ngā kohinga kōrero nō neherā, nō ēnei rangi tonu e hāngai ana ki ngā ākonga i ngā tau 7–8. E hāngai ana ngā ngohe katoa ki Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. Ko te arotahinga o tēnei putanga ko te Te Ope Taua 28
Koinei te putanga tuihono o ngā aratohu mā te pouako e tautoko ana i te pukapuka He Kohikohinga 55. He raupapa a He Kohikohinga o ngā titonga tūturu i te reo Māori mā ngā ākonga tau 4–6. E hāngai ana ngā ngohe katoa ki Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. Ko te arotahinga o tēnei putanga ko te hauora.
Rugby World Cup 2011 education resources for teachers and students are available for download from the New Zealand Curriculum community on TKI. They include student activity books and teacher's notes that are strongly aligned with the social sciences curriculum. They have been developed in association with the Ministry of Education for year 1-8 students.
Download these booklets from the New Zealand Curriculum.
As part of the Ruggerland education programme, the New Zealand Rugby Union (NZRU) has developed activity sheets for teachers and students. These activity sheets are aligned to the New Zealand Curriculum and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa and enable students to explore numeracy, language, and the social sciences using RWC 2011 as a context for teaching and learning.
Download the activity sheets from www.ruggerland.co.nz.
To highlight the international significance of RWC 2011, students are being encouraged to 'adopt a second team'. Tournament organisers Rugby New Zealand 2011 (RNZ 2011) have created a range of activity sheets for teachers to download about the 20 countries competing in RWC 2011.
Download the activity sheets from www.rugbyworldcup.com/kidzone.
The closing date for all study award applications is 16 September 2011.
Special Education study awards include Special Teaching Needs (those studying gifted and talented education should apply for these); Deaf and Hearing Impairment; Blind and Vision Impairment; and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Packages are available that offer study leave with an ongoing salary, contributions towards travel and accommodation, as well as paid tuition fees.
Be part of UNICEF's NZ Handwashing Day and spread the important message that 'Washing hands with soap saves lives!'
See the information sheet for more details.
Find out from the interactive map how other countries have participated in Global Handwashing Day.
Learn more from UNICEF New Zealand's School Room.
A resource kit that focuses on helping young people to think about privacy of information is available from the Privacy Commissioner It was developed with the assistance of a group of secondary students and is aimed at secondary school students and teachers.
The content of the kit can be downloaded from the Privacy Commissioner website and includes stories with discussion points, a short film, activities, a quiz, brochures, and posters. The kit may also be available from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner.
See the website for details.
The Secondary middle leaders section of NZC Online has been redesigned. The site includes an inspiration blog along with a range of information, tools, and resources to support secondary middle leaders as they lead change in relation to The New Zealand Curriculum and Ministry of Education priorities.
A reminder that entries for the 2011 competition close 9 September.
The competition challenges year 7 to 13 Māori students to produce high-quality, well-developed, insightful and informative essays showcasing their fluency in English or te reo Māori.
Full details of essay topics, guidelines, and prizes are available from the Ministry of Education's website.
Parents Voice is an online group of parents, whānau, and caregivers who want to make it easier for children to eat well and be physically active in New Zealand.
Anyone can become a member of Parents Voice, you don’t have to be a parent, and it’s free.
Becoming a member means you can add your voice to others via the website to share ideas and campaign on issues, such as food marketing, access to fresh local food, safe streets, healthy schools, and children's nutrition.