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News of May 2018

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New book helps children learn the power of kindness

21.05.2018

Available to read in both te reo Māori and English, Oat the Goat helps you talk to your students about the choices they have when they see someone being bullied. Should they ... Read more »

Apply now for 2019 Study Awards, Sabbaticals and Study Support Grants

21.05.2018

Teachers or principals can now apply for 2019 Study Awards, Study Support Grants and Sabbaticals. You could complete a qualification, take time off each week to study while teaching, move to another ... Read more »

Award-winning Kiwi author encourages a love of literacy

11.05.2018

New Zealand author and 2018 Storylines Margaret Mahy Medal winner Janice Marriott discusses fostering a love of literature in children. Read the full Ed Gazette article online  ... Read more »

Responding to Language Diversity in Auckland

08.05.2018

Auckland is New Zealand’s most culturally diverse city, with over 100 ethnicities and more than 150 languages spoken on a daily basis. How are schools and early learning services in Auckland responding to ... Read more »

New Zealand Sign Language Week

07.05.2018

This year, New Zealand Sign Language Week is being held between 7 and 13 May. This year’s NZSL Week theme is ‘NZSL is for Everyone’.NZSL Week raises awareness of New Zealand’s Deaf community ... Read more »

The Zoological Writing Challenge - School for Young Writers

07.05.2018

A reminder that your young writers from Year 4- Year 10  have just over a month to develop and refine their stories for The Zoological Writing Challenge.Winning stories will be published in Issue 50 of ... Read more »

Supporting Pasifika English language learners

01.05.2018

Teaching in a way that is responsive to the diversity in our classrooms has the most profound effect on our ESOL learners. Strong school–fanau relationships, culturally responsive classrooms, and the deliberate use ... Read more »

Supporting Māori English language learners

01.05.2018

Teaching in a way that is responsive to the diversity in our classrooms has the most profound effect on our English language learners. Strong school–whānau relationships, culturally responsive classrooms, and the deliberate use ... Read more »

Supporting refugee English language learners

01.05.2018

Our new Supporting refugee learners page has examples and resources for you to use when planning teaching and learning for students with refugee backgrounds, who are English language learners. ... Read more »


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