Saturday 22nd June 10.30am – 12.30pm at the new Katikati Public Library: The Centre – Pātuki Manawa, 21 Main Road, Katikati
Making Connections: How can public libraries help school libraries?
9.30am - Registration - coffee available
10:00am – 11:00pm – Julia Edgecombe, Children’s and Teens’ Services Librarian, Katikati Public Library will show us through their new library and host a presentation and discussion about their services and their connections with school libraries.…
11.00am – 11:30 - Morning tea (included in registration)
11:30am – 12:00pm – Julia (continued), plus questions; discussion of suitable books, etc…
12:00pm – 12:30pm - SLANZA Waikato/Bay of Plenty AGM followed by lunch at a nearby café(own expense)
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Cost: $10 for SLANZA members; $20 for non-members
Please bring cash or cheques: we provide receipts, but do not invoice schools.
If Internet banking, please use the local SLANZA Account: 01-0370-0081477-00 (This account is for event payments only)
Please register by Tues 18th of June.
Register here: https://forms.gle/TgBcnwrKEcZKrHhg9
Ann Murphy, Katikati College
Ph: 07 549 0434
Friday 22nd March 2019
#Student Librarians: Organising, Employing and Encouraging an Army of Student Librarians
#Online tools: Tech tools that make you better at your job
#Sharing and #Saluting the networking we do which helps encourage, support and nurture us in our roles as School Library staff
Melville High School Library Hamilton
9.00 am - 2.30 pm
Cost: $30 Members ; $40 Non-Members
We welcome internet banking: please use Waikato Bay of Plenty (local) SLANZA Account: 01-0370-0081477-00
Please use your last name as a reference.
Please note: we do not invoice schools but can provide receipts for cash or cheques.
Download / View full Programme here: https://bit.ly/2SzUVSn
Please register via this online form only: https://bit.ly/2WMUjIj by Monday 18th March 2019
Any questions please email Jan Mathews, Librarian, Melville High
Friday 16th November 2018
Living Library Tour: Ngā Pakanga o Waikato: The Waikato Wars
On Friday 16 November 2018 the annual SLANZA Waikato / Bay of Plenty Library Tour took a fresh perspective on library and the curriculum and hired a bus and guide to tour Waikato War sites.
The 28 participants included a mix of mostly primary and secondary school librarians and their teachers, including history teachers.
Each stop of this sobering and thought provoking tour generated rich conversation and a new respect for the history on our doorstep.
To support the tour, each school received a National Library bag containing the new Curiosity Cards Kit. To save on paper, each bag also had a tag containing the url http://bit.ly/S2SNZHistory which lists direct links to support resources including the Curiosity Cards and other key National Library Services to Schools resources.
The Waikato War Driving Tour includes 13 sites of which our tour included the last four - Rangiaowhia, Kihikihi, Orakau and Pirongia/Alexandra Redoubt.
Saturday 15th September 2018
Coffee, Collection and Conversations Meeting - Thames
Each term we meet in a different area for a coffee, collections and conversations meeting for Members and Non –Members.
This Term we are meeting in Thames at Carson’s Bookshop 600 Pollen Street, Thames.
They are offering 20% discount on the day and ability to use purchase orders.
Followed by a coffee/lunch at the local Café Melbourne.
Please RSVP by Wednesday 12th September 2018 using the flyer below.
Coffee, Collections and Conversations Flyer