Programme Outline: Programme Outline
D AY 1 D AY 2
Welcome and Greet 8:30-9:00 a.m.
Welcome and Greet W H A K AT U
Workshop 1 – James 9:00-10:30 a.m.
Workshop 4 – Mary SCHOOLS’
Petronelli, Sarah Ashby and
Angela Scott, Clearview
National Standards to CURRICULUM
support the Curriculum’
Morning Tea 10:30-11:00 a.m.
11:00 – 12:30 p.m.
Workshop 2 – Tony Ryan – 11:00 – 12:30 p.m.
Workshop 5 – ‘Your Choice’
Via the Web. ‘How to
Really Engage Students in a
Upper Moutere School -
Million Easy Lessons’
Discovering the Learning Lights
Mahana School - Developing
Workshop 3 – Graeme
Lomas and Maylene Russell,
Lower Moutere School - Raising
Cockle Bay School
student achievement by focussing
on student well being
Discussion in School Groups
Workshop 6 – Russell and
Q and A with today’s two
Dorothy Burt, Point
Close Day 1 3:00-3:30 p.m.
T H E RU T H E R F O R D H O T E L
School Planning Session
T R A FA L G A R S Q UA R E , N E L S O N
Evening Meal (Extra Cost)
Impact on your School
19 - 20 OCTOBER 2010.
“…Amazing curriculum, powerful teaching,
incredible learning, remarkable
CONFERENCE COSTS AND PRESENTERS
I N F O R M AT I O N
We are delighted to announce the following speakers who will be presenting at the Whakatu
Registration: Schools’ Curriculum Conference. Along with our presenters, we have invited the Ministry of
Early Bird: $150 per registration Education representatives and other colleagues.
or $80 per day
A! registrations received a"er the 14th of T O N Y R YA N
October wi! pay the fu! rate of $200 (or $110 Tony will be joining us via Skype on Day one. For Tony’s bio, visit www.tonyryan.com.au
Note that this fee includes afternoon and
Clearview School is a brand new school in Rolleston. James Petronelli and his team have
morning tea as well as Lunch. worked hard to establish the learning environment from the ground up. The school’s vision is for
Accommodation is extra and needs to be its students to be ‘...skilled thinkers and communicators stepping out with conﬁdence...’. We look
booked in advance forward to James and his team sharing their curriculum and learning journey so far. Clearview School
All registrations need to be conﬁrmed C O C K L E B AY S C H O O L
with Isaac Day before the 17th of Cockle Bay School is in Howick, Auckland. In recent months Cockle Bay School has shared much
October 2010. of its work around the implementation of National Standards and some ideas for using the
National Standards as a tool for improving school and student outcomes. Graeme Lomas and his
ph (03) 547 7480 team have worked intentionally on implementing the school’s vision and as such have developed a
Cockle Bay School
fax (03) 547 2859 clear and deliberate direction for curriculum in their school. www.cocklebay.school.nz
POINT ENGLAND SCHOOL
The conference programme is included Point England School is a low decile School in Auckland which has a well deserved and strong
with this ﬂyer. reputation for using eLearning to improve outcomes for students. Russell and his team have
strong systems for gathering student achievement information and using this to inform and
support curriculum decision making. A progressive and highly collaborative school, Point England Point England School
School ‘builds a path to success’ for its students. www.ptengland.school.nz
Venue: The Rutherford Hotel, P O Box 248 MARY CHAMBERLAIN
NELSON Mary Chamberlain is currently Group Manager, Curriculum Teaching and Learning for the New
Zealand Ministry of Education. Mary is passionate about learning. She led the development of
ph: +64 3 548 2299 the New Zealand Curriculum and has been closely involved with the development of assessment
e-mail: email@example.com policies in New Zealand for the last ten years. In previous ‘lives’ she has been a classroom
teacher, school principal and a regional adviser to schools.