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News of April 2017

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NEW titles School Journal Story Library Series

18.04.2017

We have 2 new titles online in the School Journal Story Library Series.  Wind Chimesby Paul Masonillustrated by Mat TaitWind Chimes is set in a dystopian future, in which children from “regions” ... Read more »

Latest LEE newsletter online now

10.04.2017

The latest LEE newsletter is online now with:  New Zealand Sign Language Week, from 8 May 2017 Sāmoa Language Week, from 28 May 2017 Updated Oral language information The National Library of ... Read more »

The Elsie Locke writing prize 2017

07.04.2017

The Elsie Locke writing prize is open to students in years 7 and 8.The winner receives $250, a certificate, and their story is published in the School Journal.The topic for 2017 will ... Read more »

'The apostrophe vigilante' – UK man changing poor grammar in the middle of the night

06.04.2017

'The apostrophe vigilante' – UK man changing poor grammar in the middle of the night. https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/world/apostrophe-vigilante-uk-man-changing-poor-grammar-in-middle-nightCould you use this clip to get your students inspired to seek out grammar and spelling errors ... Read more »

NEW Junior Journal 54 now online

06.04.2017

Junior Journal 54, Level 2, 2017Has been loaded into our new site Instructional Series. PDFs of all the texts in this issue of the Junior Journal are available online as well as teacher support materials ... Read more »

The National Library of New Zealand - series of improvements to its Services to Schools.

06.04.2017

The National Library of New Zealand is rolling out a series of improvements to its Services to Schools online presence to provide comprehensive access to its services and expertise to further support ... Read more »

New Zealand Sign Language Week, from 8 May 2017

06.04.2017

This year New Zealand Sign Language Week takes place from 8 May.New Zealand Sign Language Week provides an opportunity for schools to reflect on the inclusion principle and explore the values of ... Read more »


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