Programme

An exciting and comprehensive programme has been designed for the Conference. Please see below details for more information

Tuesday 2nd July

1600 - 1800

Registration open

 

Wednesday 3rd July

Tribute Leader

Clarence Beeby ONZ, CMG

0700 - 0745

First Timers Breakfast

0830 - 1000

Pōwhiri at Orākei Marae

Buses depart SkyCity at 0745

1030 - 1135

Keynote Session - Moana Maniapoto

This session is taking place at Orākei Marae. In order to attend this session, delegates must be welcomed onto the Marae during the Pōwhiri and therefore are not able to arrive late. 

Buses depart Orākei Marae at 1135

1215 - 1310

Lunch

1310 - 1400

NZPF President's Address

Whetu Cormick, NZPF President

 

Ministerial Address

Hon Chris Hipkins, Minister of Education

1400-1415

Sponsors address:

Furnware

CrestClean

Scholastic

1415-1435

Introduction to Tribute Leader Clarence Beeby

1435-1515

Afternoon Tea & Exhibition Time

1515-1530

Sponsors address:

ASB

Class Solver

1530-1630 Keynote Session

Recruiting, developing and retaining our next generation of educational leaders: Lessons from global cities

Karen Edge, UCL Institute of Education and University College London, United Kingdom
1830 - 2100

Refresh 'n' Revive Cocktail Function

Buses depart SkyCity Hotel at 1800

 

 

Thursday 4th July

Tribute Leader

Elwyn Richardson QSO

0730 - 0830

Rural Matters Breakfast

0800

Exhibition Opens

0900 - 0930

Introduction to Tribute leader Elwyn Richardson 

0930 - 0945

Sponsors address:

OfficeMax

PhotoLife

CSG

0945 - 1045

Keynote Session
Te ohonga ake i taku moemoeā, ko te puāwaitanga o ngā whakaaro. The Moerewa School Story,
Keri Milne-Ihimaera, Auckland

1045 - 1120

Morning Tea

1120 - 1150

Life Member Awards

1150 - 1300

Keynote Session

Reach for Greatness: Personalizable Education for All

Yong Zhao - University of Kansas, USA

1300 - 1315

Sponsor address:

Resene

ALSCO

Family Zone

1315 - 1415

Lunch

1415 - 1500 Breakout Sessions
  1. Strategies for nurturing the next generation of leaders: Role modelling, talent-spotting and diversifyingKaren Edge, UCL Institute of Education and University College London, United Kingdom

  2. Te Mana o Te Whānau: Barriers and Bureaucracy in Education, Keri Milne-Ihimaera, Auckland

  3. It takes two (or more) baby!, Neill O'Reilly, Kowloon Junior School, Hong Kong

1510 - 1555 Breakout Sessions
  1. Strategies for nurturing the next generation of leaders: Role modelling, talent-spotting and diversifyingKaren Edge, UCL Institute of Education and University College London, United Kingdom

  2. Its always better when we're together!Neill O'Reilly, Kowloon Junior School, Hong Kong

  3. Rangatiratanga, Autonomy and Self Determination: How Ngā Kura ā Iwi supports iwi, hapu, whanau and community's to achieve their aspirations for their uri (young people) through cooperation, collaboration and capacity buildingWatson Ohia, POU KOKIRI

1600 - 1645 NZPF AGM
1645 - 1800 Sponsors' Reception

 

Friday 5th July

Tribute Leader

Dame Whina Cooper

0715 - 0815

Health and Wellness Session

How to care for your body & mind  in a time poor environment

Renee Sheriden

0800

Exhibition Open

0830 - 0900

Introduction to Tribute Leader Dame Whina Cooper

0900 - 0920

Sponsors Address:

The Resilience Institute

SKIDS

0920 - 1030

Keynote Session

What works may hurt: Side effects in education

Yong Zhao - University of Kansas, USA

1030 - 1045

Sponsors Address:

YMCA

 

1045 - 1130

Morning Tea

1130 - 1200

School Performance

1200 - 1245

Keynote Session

Glenn Capelli

1245 - 1315

Conference Closing

1315 - 1345

Lunch

 

Please note this programme is subject to change at the discretion of the Conference Organising Committee.

Gold NZPF Business Partners

Silver NZPF Business Partners

Bronze NZPF Business Partners

Sponsors