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2014 National Symposia 23-24 September

Health Promoting Schools Collaborative Impact Symposium

Airport Holiday Inn, Ascot Ave, Mangere Bridge, Auckland

This two day symposium brings together a diverse range of experts and communities to share the approaches, tools and collaborations that have enabled positive outcomes to be achieved with Maori and Pasifika groups/populations.

The symposium is designed for those working in communities including health, wellbeing, education, social services, non-government organisations and policy-makers so that we can learn from each other and work together.

 

To register, please click on the following link by Monday 5pm 15th September 2014  https://www.formstack.com/forms/HPA-healthpromotingschools

 

If you would like to find out more about the speakers, please click on their names in the draft programme below.

Day one - 23rd September 2014

Registration, tea and coffee (9.00am-9.45am)     

Formal opening (9.45am-9.55am)

          Matua Pita Pou

Welcome, housekeeping and notices (9.55am-10.00am)

          Cognition, Health Promotion Agency (Tania Cotter and Lorraine Want), Sandra Skipwith and Hayley Tewai Schischka

Key note speakers: (10.00am-12.00pm)

          Carmen Hetaraka

          Karauria Ruru

          Tawehi Munro

  •      How they engage with Māori communities to bring about positive change 
  •      The tools they use
  •      Who they collaborate with
  •      The impact achieved
  •      How you can integrate/transfer this approach and tools they use into your practice

Collaborative impact (12.00pm-12.45pm)

          Cognition 

  •      Shared measures - tools including mapping the HPS evidence of impact rubric alongside NZCER tools and ERO wellbeing indicators 

Lunch (12.45pm-1.10pm)   

Workshop one (1.15pm-2.00pm)     

Choice of one:

  •      Engaging with Kura Māori (Carl Cowley)
  •      Engaging with Māori in mainstream communities (Clayton Wikaira)
  •      Whānau ora and hauora innovation (Billie-Jean Potaka Ayton, Principal Kaiti School)
  •      NZCER robust tools used in NZ schools to monitor and evaluate health and wellbeing and how the HPS workforce could support their use (Cathie Johnson)

Workshops two (2.05pm-2.50pm)

Choice of one

  •      Engaging with Kura Māori (Carl Cowley)
  •      Engaging with Māori in mainstream communities (Clayton Wikaira)
  •      Whānau ora and hauora innovation (Billie-Jean Potaka Ayton, Principal Kaiti School)
  •      ERO Wellbeing Indicators - ERO wellbeing indicators and trends and how these align with the HPS school health and wellbeing self-review tool (evidence of impact)

Afternoon tea (2.55pm-3.15pm)     

Resource speed selling (3.15.pm-4.00pm)    

Resource stations (4.00pm-5.00pm)     

Pre-dinner drinks (5.15pm-6.30pm)     

Dinner and entertainment (6.30pm onwards)    

Day two - 24th September 2014

Housekeeping and notices, resident artist day one summary (8.15am-8.30am)

          Sandra Skipwith

Keynote speakers (8.30am-10.00am)

          Light the fire - Alana Madgwick and Michelle Johansson

          Home School Partnerships - Mutukaroa - Ariana Williams

  •      Examples of how schools and organisations engage successfully with the Pasifika communities in order to bring about positive change 
  •      The tools they use
  •      Who they collaborate with
  •      The impact achieved
  •      How the attendees can integrate some of these approaches and tools to use into your practice

10.00am-10.25am   Break

Workshop three (10.30am-11.15am)

Choice of one

  •      Creating Spaces - opportunities for parents, grandparents, uncles, aunties to be engaged and involved in the child's learning (Laurayne Tafa, Principal Stanhope Road School)
  •      Families Matter - Parent room at Rowley Ave School (Barbara Martindale (DP), Tiresa Sio, Chris Boyd and Megan Bryce)
  •      Mobilising the cultural capital of Māori and Pasifika families (Viv Russell, Cognition)

Workshop four (11.20am-11.50am)

Choice of one

  •      Haoura at the centre of a learning community (Cathy Chalmers (Principal), Greenmeadows Intermediate School and Viv Russell, Cognition)

Keynote speaker (11.50am-12.50pm)          

          Leaatata O Tupulaga O Le Pasifika Preschool (Laine Tipi)

  •      Examples of how schools and organisations engage successfully with the Pasifika communities in order to bring about positive change
  •      The tools they use
  •      Who they collaborate with
  •      The impact achieved
  •      How the attendees can integrate some of these approaches and tools to use into your practice

Working lunch (1.00pm-1.30pm)     

Resident artist day two summary (1.35pm-1.50pm)

          Sandra Skipwith

Ministry of Health update: HPS and HFNZ - be the first to know (1.55pm-2.55pm)

          Ministry of Health

Closing (3.00pm)                 

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