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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 »

Essay Competition for Y12–13 Students

10.04.2017

Essay Competition for Y12–13 Students - closing date extended Young New Zealanders are increasingly not voting. The Association of Former Members of Parliament wants to hear why you think this is and what ... 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 »

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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