Wellbeing in Education NZ Conference

Thursday 2nd April - Christchurch

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TIME SESSION
8:00am

Registration open
Arrival coffee and tea
Main Foyer

8.50am Delegates seated in James Hay Theatre
9:00am MIHI AND WELCOME
Conference MC Rico Gomez
James Hay Theatre
9:30am RELATIONSHIPS AT THE HEART OF CHANGING BEHAVIOUR IN SCHOOLS
Dr Sue Roffey
James Hay Theatre
10:30am Morning tea
Main Foyer
11:00am THE PURPOSE, POWER AND PROMISE OF CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE PRACTICE: taking a strengths-based approach to fostering Maori success
Dr Melinda Webber
James Hay Theatre
12:00pm

Exploring strengths through a whole-school musical production
Lynley Forde & Shelley Matuku,  Bayview School
Avon Room

Restorative practices for fostering supportive relationships with neuro-diverse students
Jo Chamberlain, Janine Mackay, University of Waikato 
James Hay Theatre
Making whanau feel welcome in your school and utilising community resources
Gina Harrison and Niki Stephenson, Ao Tawhiti Unlimited Discovery School
Victoria Room

Problem & Project Based Learning for Teacher & Student Wellbeing & Engagement
Rowan Taigel, former DP Otago Girls
Limes Room
12:15pm

Creating safe spaces through the va lens
Jeremy Faumuina, Haeata Community Campus
Avon Room

Practical strategies for showing students you care
Russ Grieve, Lincoln High School
James Hay Theatre
Collaborating across a Kahui Ako: Lessons learned from within school and across school leads
Mairi Borthwick and Carissa Davies, Palmerston North
Victoria Room
12:30pm Lunch
Main Foyer
1:30pm  CULTIVATING HOPE IN THE AGE OF ECO-ANXIETY
Dr Emma Woodward 
James Hay Theatre
Sponsored by Christchurch City Council
2:15pm transition time 
2:30pm 

KEEPING THE 'SPARK IN A FIVE YEAR OLD'S EYE ALIGHT. Teacher-researcher experiences from the Kia hoe tahi I te awa whiria o ako project
Sarah Te One and Tracey McAllister, Core Education
Limes Room

ENHANCING HAUORA, EMPOWERING WAIRUA - A Te Ao Maori perspective on wellbeing
Janelle Riki-Waaka
James Hay Theatre

WORKING ACROSS SILOS TO
CREATE HAUROA IN SCHOOLS
Dr Sue Bagshaw
Avon Room

 

3:00pm Afternoon tea
Main Foyer
3:30pm

EDUCATOR WELLBEING

IT'S NOT A RACE, BUT IT SORT OF IS

Steve Zonnevylle and David Armstrong
Victoria Room

PROMOTING WELLBEING THROUGH
RELATIONSHIPS

Greg Jansen & Rich Malta
Victoria Room
           

LEADING SUSTAINABLE CHANGE – Wisdom from the textbooks and trenches in post-quake Canterbury

Dr Chris Jansen
Avon Room

TRAUMA-INFORMED POSITIVE EDUCATION:
strategies for your classroom

Grace Langton
James Hay Theatre
                  

4:30pm

ALL OF THIS IS FOR YOU: Growing Inclusion and Belonging in Schools
Panel Discussion with Ruby Jones, author of "All of This Is for You: A Little Book of Kindness", and teachers and students from St Bede's and Marian Colleges
James Hay Theatre
 

5:00pm - 6:00pm Social gathering and book launch
Main Foyer
Sponsored by New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing and Resilience

Friday 3rd April - Christchurch

TIME SESSION  
8:00am Refreshments
Arrival coffee and tea
Main Foyer
 
8:30am THE BATTLE AGAINST BOREDOM IN SCHOOLS
Dr Mette Ledertoug and Nanna Paarup
James Hay Theatre
 
9:30am CHANGE YOUR BRAIN - CHANGE YOUR LIFE
Nathan Wallis
James Hay Theatre
Sponsored by the Rata Foundation
 
10:30am Morning tea
Main Foyer
 
11.00am
Wellbeing – A School Wide Strategic Plan 
Shaun Edwards-Brown, Cashmere High School
James Hay Theatre

Social Media, Sexuality and Student Voice 
Sue Porter, Otago Girls High & Evelyn Mann, Southern District Health Board
Limes Room
Effective change management: Greymouth High School's Hauora Journey
Jo Newton, Karen Schwabe, Lara Thompson, Greymouth High
Victoria Room
11.15am
Reflect, Review and Act
Alice Wilson, Marlborough Girls' College
James Hay Theatre
How boarding schools can integrate wellbeing into the boarding house 
Ange Rathbone, St Hilda's Collegiate School 
Limes Room 

Helping young people explore who they really are,  and what they really want, with self-awareness and strengths
Kirsten Nicholl, Clearchange
Victoria Room


11.30am
Creating a bespoke wellbeing curriculum
Jess Patrick, St Peter's Cambridge
James Hay Theatre
Simple Steps to Developing Wellbeing in Your School 
Catriona Mathieson & Tracey Kelly, Hutt Intermediate School  
Limes Room

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UPPING OUR GAME: Applying effective frameworks and pedagogies to wellbeing planning and implementation
Panellists: Mike Anderson, Chrissie Butler, Stephen Eames, Mike Gillatt, Janelle Riki-Waaka 
Avon Room

Sponsored by New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing and Resilience

11.55am USING THE MENTAL HEALTH AND HAUROA CURRICULUM RESOURCES IN YOUR SCHOOL
Associate Professor Katie Fitzpatrick 
James Hay Theatre
12:30pm Lunch
Main Foyer
 
1:30pm  WHY COACHING SHOULD BE PART OF YOUR SCHOOL'S WELLBEING STRATEGY FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF
Dr Christian van Nieuwerburgh
James Hay Theatre
2:30pm NAVIGATING WELLBEING CHANGE: What? So what? Now what? 
Time to reflection and planning next steps
This session will be led by Dr Lucy Hone and Dr Denise Quinlan. Other speakers will also be available to assist with your planning time
James Hay Theatre
3:15pm
WRAP UP AND FINAL WORDS
 
3.30pm
CONFERENCE CONCLUDES 3.45PM
POROPOROAKI

 

Saturday 4th April - Christchurch

WORKSHOPS
is a separate registration fee and additional to the conference registration fee


TIME SESSION
8:00am Registration open
Limes Foyer - Level 1
8:30am THE BATTLE AGAINST
BOREDOM IN SCHOOLS
Dr Mette Ledertoug and Nanna Paarup
Victoria Room
MANAGING ANXIETY IN SCHOOLS: for students and staff
Dr Emma Woodward
Limes Room
12:00pm
Lunch            
Limes Foyer 
12:45pm RECIPES FOR COPING WITH CHALLENGING
CLASSROOM BEHAVIOUR

Dr Sue Roffey
Victoria Room

TEACHING WELLBEING: working with the Mental Health
and Haurora Curriculum in your school

Dr Jenny Robertson
Limes Room
           

4:15pm WORKSHOP WRAP UP & POROPOROAKI

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