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Upper Hutt Leader : May 11th 2011
40 UPPER HUTT LEADER, MAY 11, 2011 NEWS 2514457CM HOUSE OF THE WEEK HAVE A LOOK AT HOLDSWORTH The hard work has been done in this fabulous family home. Recently refurbished to a very high standard there is nothing for you to do other than move in, drop your bags and enjoy the lovely living this great home has to offer. The perfectly balanced accommodation comprises 3 bedrooms, spacious living room open to new kitchen dining room. Indoor outdoor flow is catered by aluminium Cedar and Rimu twinned doors to both front and rear decks. Parking is catered for by single garaging with further of road space. Gardens to both front and rear are flat, fully fenced and both child and pet friendly. You shouldn't delay in seeing this beautiful home it really won't be on the market for long!! Buyer Enquiry Welcome Over $340,000 View on www.tommys.co.nz ID# UHT10569 AGENT DETAILS: Steve Slicker 04 212 6787 (Free from landline) www.steveslicker.com Tommys Real Estate Ltd MREINZ (Licensed REAA2008) Show support for teachers It is nomination time for parents and secondary school students as they consider the outstanding teachers and leaders in their school or centre who positively influence learning and performance. Nominations have opened for the 2011-2012 round of the National Excellence in Teaching and Leader- ship Awards (NEiTA), with the theme, Teachers Count. NEiTA Foundation chairman Terry O Connell says the awards programme acknowledges the pro- found impact outstanding teachers have on our students, community, education system and ultimately our country. We ve long recognised that out- side the family home, a teacher is the greatest influence on a student s learning and performance. For 15 years NEiTA -- with the support of ASG Education Programmes New Zealand and Cog- nition Education Trust -- has helped pioneer teaching awards as a way of acknowledging the important work of teachers within the community. During this time over 3000 early childhood education, primary, inter- mediate and secondary school teachers have been nominated for awards. These teachers continue to posi- tively contribute to the reputation of the profession, Mr O Connell says. He urges school and early child- hood communities to demonstrate how much teachers count by nominating a teacher or leader from their school or early childhood centre for an ASG excellence in teaching award or a cognition excellence in leadership award. All teachers and leaders nomi- nated receive a certificate of nomi- nation, with 20 area representatives selected to go forward to receive regional awards for excellence in teaching and leadership in Welling- ton during May 2012. From these, 10 teachers or leaders will go on to receive national awards at their schools or centres later in the year. National awardees will receive professional development grants from a pool totalling $35,000. Two $5000 and three $2500 grants will each be made for excellence in teach- ing and for excellence in leadership. Nominations are open until August 31. Forms can be downloaded from the NEiTA website neita.co.nz and are also available at schools and early childhood education centres nationwide, libraries, or can be obtained by contacting the NEiTA Foundation on 09 308 0576 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
May 18th 2011