The Integration Story in New Zealand An Invitation
(A Life in Education and New Zealand Integrated Schools from 1976-2016).
The Former CEO of the APIS / NZCEO Office, Sir Patrick Lynch KNZM, QSO, has recently published his memoirs, which traverse the forty years (1976 2016) of the Integrated schools story from an operational view point.
The publishers of the book, (Sir Brother Patrick Lynch - A life in Education and New Zealand's Integrated schools, 1976-2016); are Random House Penguin.
The Publication will be of interest to all those associated with Integrated schools, since it is largely written from a political point of view.
Two Former Prime Ministers, The Right Honourable Jim Bolger, ONZ and The Right Honourable Helen Clark, ONZ, have written the Forwards to this book.
Purchase Details / Payment Options, are as follows:
1.0 Online Direct Credit Payment option: P J Lynch, BNZ: 02-0216-0115608-01
2.0 Credit Card option, via TradeMe PayNow. If you wish to do this option, Patrick's Executive Secretary, Rowena, will generate a sale and email you the auction number to accept purchase. You will then have the option available to use the secure PayNow Credit Card facility through TradeMe.
3.0 Cheque option, made to: P J Lynch, BNZ: 02-0216-0115608-01
4.0 Cash option, if collecting from the Brothers' Residence, 81 Gray Avenue, Mangere East, Auckland.
This offer is based on a special price of $25.00 + $5.00 courier within NZ.
For any of the above options, please let Rowena Keeman or Pat Lynch know you have purchased a book, so it can be sent.
Rowena's email is email@example.com and Pat Lynch's email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Once payment is transferred the book will be sent via NZ Post courier bag.
For further information, please contact: Rowena Keeman, Executive Secretary on 0210 862 5832 or email@example.com
Thank you for your interest in reading this book. Trusting you enjoy it!
Paul Ferris, Chief Executive Officer
New Zealand Catholic Education Office
Catholic Centre, 22-30 Hill St, Wellington 6038
Read: Wellington Launch of Sir Brother Patrick Lynch's Memoirs