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15th August 2017

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NEWS: The conversation we need to be having about school equity funding.
MAGAZINE: Rewi Alley’s Biography with Essay and Brochure Design Win a Trip to China Competition.
BOOKS: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – Playscript Parts 1 & 2.
14th BIRTHDAY COMPETITION: 4 Prizeboxes containing accommodation, family and class activities passes plus a library of new books.
 
   
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15th August 2017 
The conversation we need to be having about school equity funding

The announcement that the government is moving to target equity funding to students instead of schools is “really exciting stuff”, NZSTA President Lorraine Kerr says. Read More...
Industry is failing pool lifeguards and placing swimmers at risk

The industry that governs and supports NZ pool lifeguards is falling well short of best practice and failing lifeguards and swimmers as a result, according to World President of IFSTA and National Aquatic Industry Safety Committee member David Speechley. Read More...
New Zealand falling far short of its Smokefree 2025 goal

Smokefree 2025 will be Smokefree 2065 unless urgent government action is taken. Read More...
Surge in meth supply continues

Findings from the latest Massey University Illicit Drug Monitoring System (IDMS) study show increasing availability of methamphetamine in Auckland since 2013, consistent with evidence of growing international supply. Read More...
Ministry of Education apology welcome

The Canterbury Primary Principals’ Association welcomes the overdue apology from the Ministry of Education for their very poor management of the closures and mergers of schools following the 2011 earthquakes. Read More...
 
 
July 2017 edition 
Competition & History Resource: Win 1 of 2 Trips to China - Rewi Alley's forgotten secrets history resource

Why did the Mayor of Honghu, a Chinese City the size of Christchurch recently visit Canterbury asking about Rewi Alley's early life here. ...Read More
Environment: Sharp fall in our garden bird populations

Landcare Research has released research results that reveal some species counted in the annual New Zealand Garden Bird Survey have declined over the past 10 years. ...Read More
Health: Simple act to protect against Legionnaire's disease

Washing hands after gardening could protect against Legionnaire's disease. ...Read More
Diet: Our babies exposed to a high-sugar diet

A leading child health and obesity expert is warning babies are being weaned into a high sugar diet from as young as four months old – and the problem is being unheeded by health officials. ...Read More
 
August is the month for thrilling fiction for Adults, Teens & Children + Fascinating New Picture Books.
TEEN & CHILDREN'S Drama Resource
Harry Potter and The Cursed Child: Parts One and Two Playscript The Eighth Story. Nineteen Years Later. Based on an original new story by J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne, a new play by Jack Thorne, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the eighth story in the Harry Potter series and the first official Harry Potter story to be presented on stage. Read more...
TEEN FICTION
The Half Drowned King by Linnea Hartsuyker 'Lovers of epic rejoice!...A vivid and gripping read' Madeline Miller, author of the Orange Prize Winner 2012 for The Song of Achilles. Read more...
Adult Fiction
The Destroyers by Christopher Bollen 'The Destroyers is a smart, sophisticated literary thriller; for all its originality, it invokes the shades of Lawrence Durrell and Graham Greene' Jay McInerney, author of Bright, Precious Days. Read more...
The Decline and Fall on Savage Street by Fiona Farrell A fascinating novel about a house with a fanciful little turret, built by a river. Read more...
The Inaugural Meeting of the Fairvale Ladies Book Club by Sophie Green In 1978 the Northern Territory has begun to self-govern. Cyclone Tracy is a recent memory and telephones not yet a fixture on the cattle stations dominating the rugged outback. Life is hard and people are isolated. But they find ways to connect. Read more...
 
 
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