Waikato Principals' Association

Term 4 Making Connections Day Thursday 31st October 2024


Dawn Lawrence – Te Tiriti o Waitangi relationships and practice 

Inclusion requires systems, structures, policies and practices to adapt to the needs and aspirations of the people they serve, and create spaces and places in which all groups and individuals feel safe, respected, visible, accepted and a sense of belonging.

The primacy of relationships and the potential to enact transformative change when collective aspirations are given life through collective action. Working in ways with educators and communities that positions diversity as strength and understands learning as a life-long, iterative process of ‘becoming’ not a predetermined destination.

Raelene Castle – Breaking the Glass Ceiling, Lessons In Leadership 

Raelene is the Group Chief Executive of Sport New Zealand. She joined the organisation in December 2020 after seven years working in Australia as Chief Executive of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and then Chief Executive of Rugby Australia. She was previously Chief Executive of Netball New Zealand from 2007 to 2013.

Ministry Of Education Curriculum Leads | NZSTA Planning and Reporting

Updates understanding key to principals planning and preparation for 2025.

Schools and kura have until the beginning of 2027 to start using the fully refreshed curriculum, although they must use the refreshed mathematics and statistics and English learning areas from the start of 2025.

Guidance and requirements for consulting with your community, developing and publishing your planning and reporting documents as part of your wider planning and reporting process.

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Term 4 Making Connections Day Thursday 31st October 2024

Come along to our  Term 4 Making Connections Day, at FMG Stadium Waikato. Join us for another excellent day with outstanding keynote speakers.

Featuring:  Dawn Lawrence, Raelene Castle and the Ministry of Education