8 – 9 April 2019

Programme

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TIME SESSION
8:00am CONFERENCE FOR REGISTERED DELEGATES OFFICIALLY STARTS
Registration
Arrival coffee (baristas) and tea
9:00am MIHI AND WELCOME
9:30am 10 LESSONS LEARNED IN 10 YEARS OF POSITIVE EDUCATION (WHAT WENT WRONG)
Charlie Scudamore, Vice Principal, Geelong Grammar School, Australia
10:30am Morning tea
amongst the resource showcase

11:00am TEACHING IN THE AGE OF ANXIETY
Dr Emma Woodward, Child, Educational and Community Psychologist 
11:45am CULTURAL RESPONSIVENESS IN EDUCATION
Assoc Prof Sonja MacFarlane, University of Canterbury
12:30pm - 1:30pm Lunch
amongst the resource showcase
 
Stream 1 Stream 2
1:30pm OPEN CONVERSATIONS WITH EDUCATORS ACROSS NZ
1:30pm MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID: EARLY INTERVENTION
Bop Murdoch, Co-founder, CoLiberate
2:00pm LEADING POSITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE CHANGE
Dr Chris Jansen, Director, Leadership Lab Ltd, University of Canterbury

3:00pm Afternoon tea
amongst the resource showcase
3:30pm NEUROSCIENCE AND POSITIVE EDUCATION - HOW WE CAN SUPPORT OUR CHILDREN TO FLOURISH
Dr Sarah Anticich, Clinical Psychologist
4:15pm

Rātā Foundation Presents 
ESSENTIAL WISDOM FOR GROWING GREAT KIDS
with 
Nigel Latta 

5:30pm - 6:30pm COCKTAILS AND CONVERSATION
amongst the resource showcase
Christ's College

TIME SESSION
8:00am Refreshments
Barista coffee and Tea
8:30am Free session for Principals
BUILDING PRINCIPAL AND STAFF WELLBEING: IMPORTANT FACTORS IN BUILDING WHOLE-SCHOOL WELLBEING
Dr Lucy Hone and Dr Denise Quinlan, NZ Institute of Wellbeing & Resilience
9:45am Morning tea
amongst the resource showcase

10:15am RESTORATIVE PRACTICE: FUNDAMENTALS FOR WELLBEING 
Greg Jansen and Rich Matia, Restorative Schools
11.00am
CASE STUDIES - STREAM 1

RAROA NORMAL SCHOOL
Creating a culture of wellbeing

HAEATA COMMUNITY CAMPUS
Haeata's story - A new dawn

DILWORTH SCHOOL, RURAL CAMUS
Te Haerenga: A journey of challenge and discovery
CASE STUDIES - STREAM 2

SHIRLEY BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL
Preparing for change

AVONSIDE GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL
Positive Education, change and fear: Creating a whole school
approach in a secondary context


DARFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
Promoting staff wellbeing
12.10pm Presentations sharing what educators/schools up and down the country are doing to build wellbeing.

 

Session 1

STUDENT VOICE,
AGENCY TO IMPROVE WELLBEING &
ENGAGEMENT TEACHER LED INNOVATION
FUND

Megan Martin, Liz Beattie,
Lydia Sula, Kerri Campbell,
Christchurch Catholic Kahui Ako

Session 2

WELLBEING IN ACTION

Gina Thompson, Miriam Denney,
Niki Stephenon, 
Ao Tawhiti
Unlimited Discovery School

Session 3

TACKLING BULLYING HEAD ON: WITH KIVA: NEWFIELD PARK SCHOOL'S EXPERIENCES THE ANTI-BULLYING PROGRAMME

Sonya Carey, Fallon Graham
Newfield Park School

12:30pm
Lunch
amongst the resource showcase
 
Stream 1 Stream 2
1:15pm OPEN CONVERSATIONS WITH EDUCATORS ACROSS NZ
1:15pm MINDFULNESS IN POSITIVE EDUCATION: WHAT DOES BEST PRACTICE LOOK LIKE?
Grant Rix, Director of Training and Programme, Mindfulness Education Group
1:45pm LEADING POSITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE CHANGE
Dr Chris Jansen, Director Leadership Lab Ltd, University of Canterbury
2:45pm Afternoon tea
amongst the resource showcase
3:15pm ENGAGING WITH IWI, HAPŪ, WHĀNAU
Janina Konia, (Ngāi Tahu, Ngā Puhi), Kaitakawaenga Mana Whenua, Mātauraka Mahaanui
Nathan Riki (Tainui), Culturally Responsive Lead, Waimairi-iri Kāhui Ako
4:15pm CONFERENCE WRAP UP & POROPOROAKI

4:30pm CONFERENCE CONCLUDES

PRINCIPAL PARTNER



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