The Paihere LSC & Pastoral Care team network is a peer support and learning group established by Paihere Trust.
The aim is to have a well supported, well resourced, and effective LSC and Pastoral Care Team’s across our community.
A @ W work in partnership with Paihere Trust and is very supportive of the Paihere LSC & Pastoral Care Team Network
Term 2 2022
22 June – 12 noon
In person at the Learning Network office just off Universal Drive
On zoom (link coming)
COVID – helpful links and resources- click here to download
Past Network Meetings
The impact of COVID and this round of Omicron has been a challenge. So for this meeting we made it all about how we engage our learners and support our peers to stay well. Click here for some helpful links related to Mental Health and Wellbeing
For our meeting notes you can click here.
Our July meeting featured a presentation by Learning Support about Te Rito – the Learning support register and system that his in development with MOE. Click here for more information and resources.
Our March meeting was focused on Public Health and how the Waitemata DHB support children and young people in our community. Catherine Wightman and her team presented about the Public Health Nurse, and how schools can access the great support they offer, and learned about the brilliant programmes operating in primary school.
Our November meeting was in the midst of another COVID lockdown. Highlights from this meeting include: An introduction to Maryanne O’Hare, the new Learning Support Manager for Auckland; Eng Leong Lim lead of RTLB cluster five talked through the various resources and information they have for schools including the zoom ‘walk through’ of those resources and where to find them; several schools who have had COVID within their school bubbles talked through their experience of how to respond when someone connected with the school gets COVID. Links and the video of this meeting can be found here.
Our September meeting will feature a presentation by Robin Taua-Gordon. Education spokesperson for Te Kawerau Amaaki. Robin as mana whenua situates Te Kawerau Amaaki in the Waitakere Area and points out significant landmarks related to her Iwi’s whakapapa
Useful Information space
Waitemata DHB Public Health Nurses
Waitemata DHB offer a range of programmes and services under their Public Health Nurse Service. Find out more here
Te Rito is part of a far-reaching education reform programme being implemented by the Ministry of Education that will support every learner, whatever their economic and cultural background or ability.
Over time, Te Rito will allow increasing levels of information about learners to be shared safely and securely as learners move through their education. It will support learners, parents, whānau, educators and other decision-makers to make decisions in the best interests of learners, by enabling informed and targeted action at all levels of the education system.