Who is David Wales, and what does he know about school uniforms? Well his official titles are acting head of sector enablement and support for the Ministry of Education as well as head of Special Education.
Wales in a recent New Zealand Herald article about the costs of school uniforms http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11793406 said that it was up to parents to make informed choices when deciding which school to send their children to, he went on to say that “Parents should ask about the expectations and likely cost of school uniforms before they enrol their children.” Continue reading
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Tagged Bill English Hekia Parata, Catherine Delahunty, Class sizes, David Wales, Green Party, Ministry of Education, National Party, National Standards, Neo liberal politics, NZ Herald, School Uniforms, Truants
“Thanks Dad for the ride” it’s just over a kilometer to school and normally Julia walks to school, as a year 11 Julia is 15 years old and tomorrow she turns 16 with all that being 16 means. We told her a while ago that at 16 Continue reading
All is well right now in our world, Zorro, is sitting on the sofa, one eye open just in case and Charlie is lying peacefully, ever alert to clear and present dangers from door-knockers, cats, and biscuit thieves. Continue reading
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Tagged change, choice, fear, honesty, hope, hurt, Integrity, love, pain, responsibility accountable, truth
We have a new dog, Charlie is his name, Charles Edward to be precise. Charlie was a rescue dog and we got him as his rescuers were downsizing. He is a cute long-haired Corgi. Charlie needed a groom when he came unfortunately the result was well Continue reading
Who do we put our trust in? Who is it in your life that you trust before all others with a blind unblinking, unwavering trust? I learnt the hard way when I was young, people I had an unshakable trust in showed that they were mortal. Continue reading
This is a blog I follow, interesting that even in America thy follow our ANZAC day.
In honor of the Australian and New Zealand soldiers who have fought in numerous wars for their freedoms and the rights of others; 25 April is the designated date for memorial ceremonies and tribute…
Source: ANZAC Day
How many times must I forgive my brother, Lord? So says Peter in a question to Jesus Howmanytimes, Peter postulates a good number up to seven times my Lord? Jesus replies not up to seven times, Peter is probably thinking phew that is not so hard then when Jesus hits him with the knockout,
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Tagged choice, Christianity, decisions, honesty, hope, life, love, relationships, truth