Tuesday, 16 May 2017
Friday, 5 May 2017
Ivan Wilson and I are facilitator's for the RYDA Road Safety Education programme event happening next Thursday 11th May 9.30 am – 2pm at St John Headquarters, 112 Waterwalk Road.
The programme is very short of numbers and risks being pulled (only 22 students currently enrolled and only two students from Grey High). RYDA is designed for 16-18 year old students who are approaching that crucial time in their lives where they start to drive independently or are travelling as passengers of novice drivers. As such, enrolment is now open for polytechnic students also. It would be great if we could send some class groups along to support this fantastic initiative. If you know of any other youth groups that may be interested please forward this on.
More information about the programme is available from: http://www.rse.org.au/
programs/ryda/(plus a short summary below)
If you would like to give your class the opportunity to attend please contact:
Tim Hartnell RYDA Programme Coordinator South Island
firstname.lastname@example.org or 027 203 7006
There is a small fee of $15 per student (but if you're students are interested and this is going to be a barrier for them please have a chat with Tim.
At RYDA, students attend six interactive sessions where they are challenged to change the way they think about road safety; participating in a stopping distance demonstration, devising personalised strategies, gaining an understanding of their individual risk profile and getting tips from road safety experts on how to protect themselves, their friends and family.
The learning objectives for students attending RYDA are:
Kate Campbell (MSc) - Senior Lecturer: Business
ddi 03 769 9449 | cell 021 251 2866 | freephone 0800 800 411 | website www.tpp.ac.nz
Please note that I work part time hours approximately as follows:
1pm - 7.30pm Mondays
1pm - 5 pm Tuesdays
1pm - 7.30pm Wednesdays
1pm – 5 pm Thursdays
Tuesday, 2 May 2017
Are we disaster ready?
The Westland District Library has been working in collaboration with Claire Brown, Emergency Management Officer at Westland District Council, to develop a Civil Defence display on the library mezzanine which highlights many useful ways to prepare for a natural disaster.
Claire will be running a one hour session each Thursday 10.00am during Term 2 starting on 11th May for Year 4 students and older. There will be a quiz, questions, heaps of great tips and best of all… prizes.
We would like to invite your home school students to join us on the 11th May. Please let me know if this date doesn't work and I'll look into other dates.
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