In­spir­ing con­test

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Do you know any in­spir­ing or es­pe­cially de­serv­ing teach­ers?

Nom­i­na­tions are open for the 2014 A Day Made Bet­ter pro­gramme: a search for the Welling­ton re­gion’s most ex­cep­tional pri­mary and intermediate school teach­ers.

The pro­gramme, which runs na­tion­ally, is in its fourth year.

Fif­teen win­ners will be selected from nom­i­na­tions by their peers and pre­sented with $1000 worth of Of­ficeMax arts and crafts, sta­tionery and of­fice sup­plies for their class­room.

Pre­vi­ous win­ners from the Welling­ton re­gion have in­cluded Kirsten Berry from Mu­ri­tai School, Lower Hutt, and Jacki Newell from Windley School, Porirua.

Nom­i­na­tions close on July 4, re­cip­i­ents will be thanked with a sur­prise cel­e­bra­tion in Septem­ber. Win­ners will be selected by a judg­ing panel that in­cludes mem­bers of the New Zealand Prin­ci­pals’ Fed­er­a­tion.

Prin­ci­pals, teach­ers and school ad­min­is­tra­tors can nom­i­nate teach­ers through the web­site aday­made­bet­ter.co.nz.

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