950 days ago

Join us for Matthew Syed's 'Mindset in Education'

South Auckland Middle School

Join Villa Education Trust and Ormiston Junior College for an interactive workshop with international accredited consultant Rob Carpenter (UK) from 'Matthew Syed Speaking' delivering Matthew's Mindset for Education - designed for professionals, educators and parents. In addition, 21C Skills Lab founders Justine Munro and Faye Langdon will discuss 'Tomorrows skills for today's students'. This workshop will cover what Growth Mindset is, why it is important, the evidence that supports it and the skills to achieve it - in yourself and others. Hosted in conjunction with Ormiston Junior College, the ticket price includes a supporters pack, entrance to an education expo and refreshments. Book early to avoid disappointment - tickets to events in conjunction with Matthew Syed* are limited and costly - this is a fantastic opportunity to attend an international accredited keynote speaker in Auckland and to learn skills to assist in all aspects of life. (*Matthew Syed is the international bestselling author of 'Bounce' and 'Black Box Thinking'. Matthew is one of the world's most influential thinkers in the field of high performance and cultural change. He has worked with some of the world's largest organisations to help build a mindset of continuous improvement.) Tickets available on Eventfinder - please see attached advert for link. (www.eventfinda.co.nz...)

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2 minutes ago

Put your game face on

Possum Bourne Retirement Village

Playing games online isn’t just for the grandkids, we have a whole list of free game websites to keep you entertained; crosswords, jigsaw puzzles and sudoku to name a few.

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5 days ago

COVID-19 Non-Compliance Report

The Team from Crimestoppers New Zealand

In support of the whole of government response to the Coronavirus (Covid-19), Crimestoppers has developed a reporting process for both the 0800 555 111 and www.crimestoppers... portals.

The anonymous foundation for all our reports remains if required, and all reports that relate to self-isolation breaches, illegal outdoor gatherings or similar, will be immediately forwarded to the appropriate authorities.

Report here: www.crimestoppers-nz.org...

Crimeline reports do not replace your option to ring police directly on 111 or 105 or your ability to advise the Ministry of Health through the NHCCselfisolation@health.govt.nz email address.

Keep safe.
Crimestoppers New Zealand

0800 555 111 or www.crimestoppers...
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6 hours ago

What can I do to shop safely?

New Zealand Government

Dear concerned citizen,

It’s important that we all try and shop safely as we unite against COVID-19.

Here’s a few things we should all now do, that will help slow the spread of the virus:
• send one person from your household to do the whole shop
• be aware that stores will limit numbers to help you keep 2 metres away from others
• be kind to essential workers, and others you’re sharing the shop with
• come with a list so you can get in and out as quickly as possible
• only touch what you want to buy
• if you like, take a soapy towel in a small container to wipe down trolley or basket handles etc
• keep 2 metres away from others, including staff. They need to keep safe too!
• use payWave if you can, not cash
• bag groceries away from others if you can
• take out produce when you get home, and wash first in soapy water to protect against the virus, then rinse to remove any soap residue
wipe down packaged goods with a soapy clean towel, then dry
• wash your hands before and after you shop.

Can I bring people in my household with me to buy essential supplies?
You should dedicate one person per household to be the shopper. This is the safest way to get essential supplies, as it reduces the number of people who are out, and helps stop the virus from spreading.

Leaving online shopping to those who need it most
• If you are healthy, or aged under 70, you should go to the supermarket to do your shopping. This leaves online delivery slots free for those that need them most.
• If you’re a parent on your own with children or over 70, move to online shopping if available. This is important for the safety of your children and others – especially essential service providers.
• If that’s not possible, reach out to nearby friends, family or neighbours who can assist you with the shopping and get it to your doorstep. Your local community may also be able to assist, or you can contact your local store – some are putting special systems in place to help.

Thank you
If we all do our bit we’ll get through this. Thank you for working together and staying home. We can, and must stick with it.

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