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Wednesday 19th March 2014
Up early this morning to drive to Auckland for the last part of our trip to NZ. We returned our lime green goddess to Apex and walked to our accommodation. As we were early our apartment wasn't ready but we were able to leave our bags. We are only a few minutes walk from the quayside so walked down there and had a …
... looks like and this kindergarten seems to be doing just that for children and educators: providing every opportunity to become competent and powerful learners through meaningful play and reflective research/inquiry; challenging and stretching everyone's thinking and skills through the experiences provided and professional learning opportunities; and maintaining rich documentation of engagement and learning over time to be shared with each other, families and the wider ...
... two people who were friendly and not annoying, which really helped time go by. 14 hours later I was in Sydney, Australia. Here we had a 1 hour layover, and then another 3 hour flight to Auckland, landing on Sunday afternoon local time... and here I am!
I spent the past couple of days recovering and doing some shopping around Auckland. Right now I am waiting for a bus to Rotorua - I will update you in about a week, when I am settled into my placement!
Love to all
Today I started my time with Auckland Council and are kindly being hosted to attend some events, conferences, meetings and having conversations with some great people. This morning hit a great and inspiring start with attending part of a conference called 'Young, Free and Pasifika'. It was a unique conference bringing together around 150 young Pacific women aged between 16-18 years old from across the Auckland ...
... wait for our flight to board. Our flight departed on time and as we climbed to cruising altitude the first rays of daylight appeared in the sky to the east. One thing that was obvious on settling into seats 4A and 4B is that Qantas are using older Boeing aircraft on this trans-Tasman flight. The seats are crammed in with far less space available than is the norm on the flights to and from Perth on the much newer Airbus aircraft. ...
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