Central Leader : February 2nd 2011
19 CENTRAL LEADER, FEBRUARY 2, 2011 NEWS Bringing out the BEST in Everyone the Difference is DRAMAtic! www.helenogrady.co.nz 09 836 0233 Classes Epsom Kohimarama Mt Eden One Tree Hill Pakuranga Papakura Papatoetoe Pukekohe Remuera 3379065AA 0800 88 NZCC (6922) email@example.com www.nzcc.ac.nz *Conditions apply Our diplomas and national certificates give you the knowledge, professional skills and practical experience to start a rewarding career in early childhood education. Auckland City Campus Level 3 75 Karangahape Rd Auckland STUDENT LOANS & ALLOWANCES* Enrol now for 2011 www.nzcc.ac.nz kickstart your career in NZQA REGISTERED & ACCREDITED 3463426AA BRILLIANCE EDUCARE CENTRE MATHS, SCIENCE & ENGLISH TUITIONS Aiming for Excellence? Highly Experienced, Qualified and NZ Registered Teachers The Excellent performance of our students is a testimony of our efforts Individual Attention Reasonable Fee Maximum 6 students per batch Mr Raji Chacko [M.Sc , B.Ed, P.G.D.M.E] Mrs Lotus Raji [M.Sc, M.Ed] NCEA, CAMBRIDGE & I.B (Year 1 to 13) 522/A, MT ALBERT RD, 3 KINGS (Near Countdown) *6240829 / 02102405015 Education& trainingAdvertising Feature Cultural exchange: With the help of the NZ-France Friendship Fund, 20 students and three teachers from Mt Roskill Grammar School spent three weeks absorbing the French culture. As part of an exchange, 26 students from the Lyce ´ e Jean XXIII in Yvetot, Normandy, will come to New Zealand this month and be hosted by students from Mt Roskill Grammar School. Pictured are Mt Roskill students Audrey Tay and Andrew Mullan on D Day beach Arromanches in Normandy. Oh baby: Mums and babies from across Auckland celebrated yet another successful year of Barnardos' Roots of Empathy programme. The classroom project fosters empathy among school children by raising social and emotional competence by providing children with a clear understanding of the needs of a baby. At the heart of the programme is an infant and parent who visit the classrooms nine times over the school year with a trained instructor who coaches students. There were 38 programmes run across Auckland schools. From near and far: A weekend course with top visiting Qigong instructors from China, drew both teachers and students from across New Zealand in November. The ancient discipline cultivates internal energy through breathing and meditation techniques and was organised by the Auckland-based Wushu Culture Association. Qigong enthusiasts meet once a month at the Royal Oak Primary school hall for practice sessions. Contact 021-560-200, www.1wushu.co.nz or firstname.lastname@example.org for information. Just got married or cele- brated your golden anni- versary? Perhaps you've just had your first baby. The Central Leader wants to help you cele- brate, and will publish your special pictures in our Milestones feature. We would love to see photographs of signifi- cant moments in your family or friends' lives. They could also be sporting achievements, such as winning school or club titles, or any sig- nificant event you would like to share with our readers. Send digital images to email@example.com, with milestones'' in the sub- ject line. Hard copy photos should be sent to Milestones, Central Leader, Private Bag 56910, Dominion Rd, Mt Eden, Auckland 1446. We also need a full name, address and phone number with full name and address of the person(s) photographed. Images should be under 2MB, if possible. NB: We cannot guarantee publication or accept any responsibility for non-return of items. Study participants wanted The School of Population Health at the University of Auckland, supported by Parkinson's New Zea- land, is conducting a study which aims to understand how pets can help people with Parkinson's Disease. Research has shown many health benefits associated with owning a pet for people living with other illnesses, but the benefits for people with Parkinson's has not been studied. The School of Popu- lation Health are looking for 25 Auckland based people to be interviewed as part of this research. They are looking for people with Parkinson's who also have dogs and/ or cats. If the findings confirm there are real benefits this may sup- port programmes to assist people with Parkinson's to own or care for a pet or support the introduction of pets into care homes. Anyone interested in becoming involved should phone 0800 473 4636.
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