Where and How to Buy School Shoes for Boys

Every boy and girl have to have boys school shoes. These are the shoes that they will wear throughout school and beyond. They must be durable, comfortable, and of good quality. It is also essential that these shoes are affordable. The last thing you want is for your kids to get sick of the shoes that they are wearing or to have to replace them because they need to have a new pair due to them wearing out.

As your children get older, it becomes even more critical to get them a pair of good quality shoes for their schoolwork and sporting activities. These Boys School Shoes should be flexible, sturdy, comfortable, and of course, affordable. No doubt, as a parent, its time to switch up their old sneakers once it begins to get tight or it just no longer has enough room for your kids to wiggle their feet in. Lets face it, and your boys can get very big as you watch them play sports, dance, and do many different active things. They tend to move around a lot, and if their shoes start to get a bit tight, it could cause them some discomfort and stress.

boys-school-shoesThere are many places that you can go for boys school shoes. Of course, some top-rated brands such as Nike, Reebok, Adidas, and other well-known manufacturers. However, many other manufacturers make excellent quality, low-cost shoes for boys. You dont necessarily have to choose a well-known brand, but its always good to try to get quality anyway.

There are several places where you can buy your boysschool shoes. You can probably find them at your local shoe store or a sports shoe outlet. You may even be able to rent them from them occasionally if you need them. Even if you cant afford to buy them new, you can still look for good deals at these places.

One of the most convenient places to shop for Boys School Shoes is your local sports shoe store. You can find them right next to your childs school so that he can pick them up on his way home from school. Many sports shoe stores also have a wide selection of soccer shoes and basketball shoes. These stores often have many different styles and colours to choose from, which makes finding the right shoes a breeze. You can usually find these shoes at the same great prices you would find at any other shoe store.

Another great place to shop for your kids sports shoes is the school supply store. These stores usually carry many different shoes, including tennis shoes, basketball shoes, running shoes, and other athletic shoes. Some of them even sell football helmets and other equipment that your child will need for his sport. They carry a wide variety of different sports shoes that different manufacturers make.

Boys can get a whole lot of use out of socks. They can have several pairs of socks, which will last them for many years. It would be best to consider getting them more than one pair of socks because they will become more comfortable as they get older. When you go to a shoe store to buy boysshoes, you should consider what size socks your boy has. Most stores will tell you what size socks they have available in boys sizes.

If you have never shopped for boysshoes before, you might not know where to start. You can go to a department store to try on the different shoes that they offer. This will give you an idea of what kind of quality you want to get for your money. You should also try on shoes with socks and see which ones are more comfortable. Ask the salesclerk which brands they recommend you get. This is a great way to be sure that you are getting plenty of shoes.

NAB Schools First

NAB Schools First Partnership Matching Service (PMS)

Dear Partnership Brokers,

NAB Schools First is proud to announce the launch of our newly-updated NAB Schools First Partnership Matching Service (PMS).

The PMS is designed to target schools, community and there is a special section specifically for Partnership Brokers to register their details which will enable them to view any schools and community organisations that have registered because they are looking for a partnership and have requested the assistance of a Partnership Broker.

We are extremely excited about this tool as it’s interactive and easy to follow allowing users to create a profile around their partnership needs, outcomes and requirements and most importantly the searching for potential matches starts immediately!

If you have not already done so, please join the NAB Schools First mailing list – this way, you will receive the monthly e-newsletter that covers everything that is happening within the NAB Schools First program.

If you could please forward out to your respective State & Territory Networks, we would appreciate it.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO SUPPORT AND GUIDE THE FUTURE OF YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY

COMMUNITY MENTOR: a job description

What is the Community Mentoring program about?

A trained volunteer mentor meets with an identified student for one hour each week in their school. The focus is on developing a positive relationship with a young person to build on their strengths, skills, abilities and interests to remain connected to learning.

What will I be doing?

·         Meet with the student for one hour each week during school hours.

·         Listen and share; encourage communication with the student during an organized activity.

·         Reinforce positive behaviours to encourage student confidence and self-esteem.

·         Personalise and connect learning using an activity based on the student’s interests.

·         Liaise with school Meet ‘n Greet staff, the student’s teacher and a Community Mentor coordinator.

·         E-mentoringis an alternative that might work for you: the student is at school, you are at work / home / different location.

Community Mentoring Program

Schools in the Murray and Mallee region are looking for volunteers to assist in the Community Mentoring Program

COMMUNITY MENTOR: a job description

What is the Community Mentoring program about?

A trained volunteer mentor meets with an identified student for one hour each week in their school. The focus is on developing a positive relationship with a young person to build on their strengths, skills, abilities and interests to remain connected to learning.

What will I be doing?

·         Meet with the student for one hour each week during school hours.

·         Listen and share; encourage communication with the student during an organized activity.

·         Reinforce positive behaviours to encourage student confidence and self-esteem.

·         Personalise and connect learning using an activity based on the student’s interests.

·         Liaise with school Meet ‘n Greet staff, the student’s teacher and a Community Mentor coordinator.

·         E-mentoringis an alternative that might work for you: the student is at school, you are at work / home / different location.

PRESS RELEASE

RYT Indigenous dancers to perform at 2012 Spirit Festival

RYT Indigenous dancers to perform at 2012 Spirit Festival.

Riverland Youth Theatre is excited to announce that 8 indigenous performers between 12-15 years old will present a contemporary dance performance in collaboration with Kurruru Youth Arts at this year’s Spirit Festival event in Adelaide on February 25th.

The Spirit Festival is South Australia’s premier Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts and Cultural Festival. It is an annual FREE family friendly event held in the heart of the city and features the very best music, ceremony, cultural workshops, forums and visual arts.

The RYT dancers include Sue Ellen Abdulla, Elayna Wilson, Samara Riley, Courtney Sumner, Shakiira Abdulla, Jaiime Leah Gray, Shianne Gray and Lillian Bridgeland. The participants are from Glossop High School, Barmera and Winkie Primary Schools.

“The RYT performers have been rehearsing regularly with Kurruru Youth Arts Artistic Director Deon Hastie in the Riverland over the last couple of weeks as part of RYT’s Nunga Rhythms project”, said RYT Artistic Director Olivia Allen.

“Nunga Rhythms will involve dance and arts workshops across 2012 with indigenous and non indigenous young people in the Riverland”, said RYT Artistic Director Olivia Allen.

 “The Nunga Rhythms project is a partnership between RYT, Kurruru Youth Arts, Country Arts SA and other local organizations including AC Care, Service to Youth Council (SYC), Innovative Community Action Network (ICAN), Riverland Headspace, Riverland Division of General Practice, and School and Beyond Inc”, said RYT Artistic Director Olivia Allen.

The Nunga Rhythms project is funded by the Australia Council for the Arts Community Partnerships and Country Arts SA.