NZLA Regional News

  • Trouble Shooting Reading Difficulties/Foundations for Literacy – Joy Allcock

  • Auckland

    Membership update

    Schools can now send 5 staff members to seminars at the reduced member rate.

  • Canterbury

    The Mo Show

    Last Thursday (10 August) the CLA provided another great event for years 1-4 students.

  • Tai Tokerau

    Thanks Tai Tokerau Literacy Association For ED Books Donation

    ​Last week the Tai Tokerau Literacy Association (TTLA) generously donated $1000 worth of children's books to Whangarei Hospital's emergency department. ED nurse manager Margaret Dreadon and Northland DHB would like to stress gratitude for the lovely and empowering donation.

  • Otago

    OLA 2017 Calendar of Events

    Our 2017 calendar of events. More exciting speakers to be confirmed, watch this space!

  • Otago

    A kōrero with Mere Whaanga

    On 8th June, the Otago Literacy Association hosted an afternoon kōrero with children’s author and illustrator, Mere Whaanga.

  • Auckland

    2017 ALA Sponsored Teacher Applications

    The Auckland Literacy Association offers six sponsorships for members to attend the national NZLA conference, which is being held this year at the Rototuna Junior High School in Hamilton, on Saturday 30 September 2017.

  • Tai Tokerau

    Literacy Trust Awards – Tai Tokerau Literacy Association

    The Tai Tokerau Literacy Association would like to invite you to apply for the following Awards to attend the NZLA National Conference.

  • Canterbury

    Literacy Trust Awards – Canterbury Literacy Association

    The Canterbury Literacy Association wishes to advertise 9 Awards for teachers to apply to . This is open to teachers across the regions of Canterbury, Nelson, Marlborough & West Coast.

  • Wellington

    Wellington Literacy Association Term 1 2017 Professional Development

    Catch up with what the Wellington Literacy Association is doing in Term 1 2017

  • Canterbury

    Learnings from Inspiring the Reading and Writing – What is critical for reluctant readers and writers?’ Dr Murray Gadd

    Wow, what an opportunity to be able to listen to someone so passionate and knowledgeable in the field of literacy. Murray’s presentation was centred around: Inspiring Reading and Writing – What is critical for all learners? With a focus, also on the underachieving and reluctant learners.

  • Tai Tokerau

    “Success For All” Seminar Wrap Up Tai Tokerau Literacy Association

    TTLA recently organised a very successful mini conference on the theme "Success for All"

  • Tai Tokerau

    TTLA back into the regular flow…

    Last year was a massive year for the TTLA with so much of our effort going in to run the national conference, which went incredibly well:) This year we are excited to be finding our local groove again. The desire to serve educators of Northland is close to our heart.…

  • Tai Tokerau

    2016 NZLA 39th Conference Report

    On behalf of the NZLA 39th National Conference this is the final report on behalf of the organising committee.

  • Tai Tokerau

    TTLA Presidents Report for 2016

    At our AGM the President's report was tabled for 2016