Ko te Tamaiti te Putake o te Kaupapa. The Child – the Heart of the Matter
Keeping siblings together is an example of whanaungatanga or connectedness and Manaakitanga: Caring, sharing, displaying kindness, supporting others, ‘being a friend’ and reflect aroha in it’s true sense and as we weave Our Standards through our practice and our appraisal we can explore deeply and widely our assumptions and beliefs about practice.....
Increased Concern for the Environment - latest post on the 'Play is the thing' ELP blog
Following on from the previous post, 'Back to Basics, Back to Nature' I want to take an individual look at each of the 10 values of being in nature. Starting of course with the first on the list - which is an increased concern for the environment.
Thank you to all who attended our Conference on Saturday 14 October 2017 - what a fantastic event! We were absolutely thrilled by the engagement and participation shown by all attendees and presenters.
What an absolute pleasure it was to have Neuroscience Educator; Nathan Wallis, join us in Hamilton to present a seminar: The impact of Neuroscience on our practice. This was a Ministry of Education sponsored seminar, organised by ELP.