Regional Sector Update 6 May
What a difference the change to the orange traffic light setting has made across Aotearoa. The relaxation in restrictions has been a boon, especially for the winter sport season, which kicked off at the beginning of May. This year the winter sport season is a particular cause for celebration as it is the first time college sport, netball, hockey, football, rugby and cricket share the same season start date and season length across the Wellington region.
Valuing Play - Staff Workshop at Holy Cross School
If you had to think back to your childhood play memories, what would these be?
This was a question posed by Tania, one of our Community Connectors, who ran a workshop at Holy Cross School in term one around breaktime play. The aim of the workshop was to encourage staff to value play, see the benefits of it and put some ideas into action.
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