Youth Week 2021 Poster Competition
Held 8–16 May 2021, Youth Week is a nationwide festival of events organised by young New Zealanders to celebrate the talents, passion and success of local young people.
Each year Youth Week has a different theme designed and voted on by young people across the country. This year the theme chosen is “We're stronger together.” Ara Taiohi is the kaitiaki (caretaker) of this nine-day extravaganza.
We’re really keen to get as many young people involved in shaping Youth Week as possible, especially as last year we celebrated online. One of key ways that young people can be involved is through designing the Youth Week poster (and voting on the final choice!).
The winning poster will be printed and distributed nationally to over 2,000 locations, organisations and individuals. We are looking for are posters which are exciting, engaging and represent the theme of this year’s Youth Week!
We have developed a document to support the use of Level 2 VISUAL ART (ART223) 2.3 Design Assessment Activity).
Please get in touch for more details.
New Zealand (nationwide)
AgriKids NZ Regional Finals
The AgriKidsNZ Regional Finals include competing in teams of three in eight different modules based on all aspects of the Primary industries. It is all about getting your hands dirty and having fun with friends!
You don’t have to be from a farm to have a go!
The competition is open and free to all. Spots do fill up fast so get in quick!
For more information: www.trybooking.com/nz/events/landing?eid=3560&bof=1.
Leading for Equity: A Springboard Trust Virtual Learning Event
Leading for Equity
A virtual conference focused on building equitable practice in educational leadership.
9-10 September, 1–4.30pm
Hosted online by Springboard Trust
Tickets $10, available through Eventbrite
Join Springboard Trust and a world-class lineup of speakers as we delve into leadership practice and ways of working to create fair and inclusive conditions for all.
Featured speakers: Russell Bishop, Pasi Sahlberg, Laurayne Tafa, Michelle Johansson, Pete Jones, Maurie Abraham, Donal Maclean, Tom Davison and a panel from some of Springboard's key partners - Genesis, Fonterra and KPMG
For further information: www.springboardtrust.org.nz/leading-for-equity-an-sbt-learning-event.