Ambassador 2013

I am one of the 8 year six students selected to represent Pt England School as an Ambassador in 2013.  One of the important roles we fulfill is to speak to visitors to our school about how we learn here at Pt England. Sometimes we host visitors on behalf of the Manaiakalani Education Trust.

Inland Revenue Department Visit
The Pt England School Ambassadors were invited to travel to Wellington on October 24th 2013 to talk to the leaders of teams who work for the Inland Revenue Department. Below, you can see a video of our visit and further down a link to the Google site we made to prepare for the visit.  We found out a whole lot of interesting things about the IRD!

 Click here to see the site

 The ambassadors were also invited as Keynote speakers to a large audience at the New Zealand RTLB conference. If you watch to the end you will see the longest standing ovation ever!



  1. Hello Sela
    This is jut a quick note to say thank you so much for hosting our group when we came to visit your school last Tuesday (11 June). It was a really useful visit for us and we loved being welcomed by the Ambassadors, and we loved hearing about your learning and what you love doing.
    Thanks again

    1. Hey Tracey,

      It's me Sela its great to hear you leaving some feedback on the Ambassdor's Blogs. I really really enjoyed reading your comment. I really hope to talk to your group again.

      yours sincerely ( Ambassador)

  2. Malo e lelei Sela!
    I was one of the student teachers your team of ambassadors spoke to today, and I wanted to say thank you so much for coming to uni to talk to us.
    You gave an awesome presentation, and everyone I sat with thought it was our favourite lecture of the year so far!
    You guys definitely made me want to integrate blogging into my teaching, so thanks again!

  3. Malo e lelei Sela

    Thank you for the wonderful welcome that you gave to us this morning, It is neat exploring your blog and I have shared it with my students in Tokoiti which is near Milton in the South Island.