Educate Plus Networking Breakfast

Auckland-based members – before you dive into Term 4 of the strangest school year on record, we invite you to come along to Dio and join your Educate Plus colleagues for some REAL face-to-face nattering and chattering (we have a LOT to catch up on!) over a delicious stand-up, networking-friendly breakfast on Thursday 8 October from 8:00am – 10:00am.

Angela Coe and the team at Dio will provide some short, sweet and valuable insights into how they have applied their learnings from recent Educate Plus PD sessions to respond to the impacts of Covid in their community and office operations. We’re really looking forward to hearing more about the success of their recently launched LinkedIn group; their Charidy-driven annual appeal for a Hardship Fund and the pivoting strategies applied to stewardship of major gift prospects and other donors.

Our thanks to Angela and the Dio team for being such willing hosts. For those of you who haven’t visited Dio before – you’re in for a treat! Angela has offered to show us around after the networking, including a tour of their recently completed Arts Centre.

We really look forward to seeing you at Dio for natter, chatter, coffee and breaky on Thursday 8 October so grab a colleague or two and let’s lock it in to the calendar.  


Event Details

Date: Thursday 8 October (second week of term break)
Time: 8:00am – 10:00am
Venue:  Auckland Diocesan School for Girls, Clyde St, Epsom
Cost:  $15 per person
Finger food breakfast, tea, coffee and plenty of parking will be available
Registrations: Register online from Thursday 24 September

Yes, we ARE being positive and assuming we WILL be back to Level 2 by October 8! 


Guest Speakers

Angela Coe, and the DIO team, Diocesan School for Girls

Diocesan School values the wonderful relationship with the wider community made up of enthusiastic and supportive past and current parents, Old Girls and friends of the School. The community groups offer our families a strong sense of community; they support the school in its many endeavours; and provide opportunities to enhance the experience all of the students have while at Diocesan.