425 days ago

After School Tutoring Courses for Term 4 at Botany EduExperts

Rae from EduExperts Botany

Hi Neighbors,take a look at our courses for term 4! Your children can take part in on weekends & evenings at Botany EduExperts.

Regular Courses
Primary (Y1-Y2): English/Maths
Intermediate (Y3-Y8): English/Maths/Science/Writing
Junior High (Y9-Y10): English/Maths/Science/Wrting/Social Study
Senior High (Y11-Y13): NCEA/CIE/IB
Covers all major subjects:

Special Courses
PME: Preparation for Mainstream English, designed to help
ESOL students get into mainstream study at school.
Speech & Debating: Capability training for students to increase
confidence and skills in all modes of speech
Computer Science: Students will learn how to think algorithmically and
solve programming problems efficiently
HSK: Chinese Language Proficiency Test, the official
Japanese qualification

If you are interested in our courses please call us at 09 218 7507 or 021 033 7322 or visit us at 6 Ra Ora Drive, East Tamaki, Auckland to learn more about our courses.

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Poll: Do you support council turning on splashpads in the drought?

Ripu Bhatia Reporter from Auckland Stuff

All seven council-owned splashpads across Tāmaki Makaurau will be open over the summer, despite water restrictions in place due to the drought.

Meanwhile, locals will be pinged for using a hose without the correct nozzle.

The council says splashpads recycle a high percentage of water, and the centres themselves have made significant water savings in the last nine months.

Do you support council turning on splashpads in the drought?

Please vote and explain your views in the comments!

Do you support council turning on splashpads in the drought?
  • 44.6% Yes
    44.6% Complete
  • 55.4% No
    55.4% Complete
410 votes