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Leadership and Vision in a state-integrated school

In a recent edition of the NZSTA monthly magazine STAnews, one of our state-integrated schools featured: Leadership and Vision in a state-integrated school Maria Adams, one of our NZSTA Study Award winners for 2018, is a proprietor’s representative on the board of trustees at St Joseph’s School, Kaikōura. Maria attended the Proclaim 2018 Conference held [...]

Leadership and Vision in a state-integrated school2018-10-11T17:25:27+00:00

Policy Update

EDUCATION COUNCIL SEEKING PCTS FOR MENTORING PILOT The Education Council is launching a new induction and mentoring pilot. Tuakana Teina aims to harness the skills and knowledge of experienced mentor teachers and match them with a limited number of beginning teachers (PCTs) who are looking for a mentor. It went live on 15 August 2018. [...]

Policy Update2018-10-05T16:00:45+00:00

Principal Vacancy – St Joseph’s School (Fairlie) Canterbury

St Joseph's School (Fairlie) Canterbury Principal Full time, Permanent Primary and intermediate (Years 1–8) / kura tuatahi, Principal English, The arts, Te reo Māori, Health and physical education, Learning languages, Mathematics and statistics, Science, Social sciences, Technology Closes 3pm 19 Oct Vacancy reference #: 1H9m8h We are a high-achieving school of 46 seeking an enthusiastic, [...]

Principal Vacancy – St Joseph’s School (Fairlie) Canterbury2018-10-05T11:06:23+00:00

Congratulations to Students & Teachers

Daragh Bonnici, Carmel College, Auckland Carmel College, Auckland: Daragh Bonnici (Y7) has been selected from over 600 dancers nationwide for a child role in the Royal NZ Ballet production of The Nutcracker this December. Ava Fitzgerald (Y9) represented NZ at the Perth International Gymnastics Championships. She won a gold medal for her floor [...]

Congratulations to Students & Teachers2018-10-01T13:26:15+00:00

The Future of Work: OECD Paper

A recent paper published by the OECD, The Future We Want, describes the OEDC Learning Framework 2030. We have made note of some of the concepts in this paper that we thought were particularly relevant to New Zealand schools today: The  children  entering  education in  2018 will be young adults in 2030. Schools can prepare [...]

The Future of Work: OECD Paper2018-09-28T13:26:04+00:00

Actura Partnership with NZCEO/APIS

We are delighted to announce and welcome Actura as a partner for NZCEO/APIS. Actura provides leading STEAM learning solutions and their curriculum offers the CASE Space School International Study Program and FlipRobot, an intuitive coding platform and learning kit for robotic education. Member schools have been invited to the NZCEO/APIS Combined Space School Expedition to [...]

Actura Partnership with NZCEO/APIS2018-10-04T15:32:17+00:00

Catholic Character Best Practices Update

Our Catholic Character best practices material has been updated for 2018 and is now organised into the four dimensions from the review framework. The latest edition of this publication is now available in the Resources section of our website (link here). Here are four items, to tempt you to read the full document, which has [...]

Catholic Character Best Practices Update2018-09-21T14:10:40+00:00

Resource Developer Position at NCRS

NCRS is looking for a new person to join their team in 2019 with a particular focus on secondary school RE resourcing and also an ability to support wider NCRS curricula and parish work. Click here to view the position description. Any questions, contact Colin McLeod, Director, NCRS. (Email: c.macleod@tci.ac.nz; Phone: 04 819 8386).  

Resource Developer Position at NCRS2018-09-03T11:34:00+00:00

Policy Update

ILLEGAL/LEGAL PAYMENTS BY PARENTS CIRCULAR Boards of Trustees and proprietors need to be aware of this recent circular, which explains what may be charged for, and what can only be a donation. While the information has not changed, the layout and explanatory information has been redeveloped and it is important that schools take it on [...]

Policy Update2018-08-30T16:10:51+00:00
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