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Ngā kākano puāwai o Kaikohekohe

Ngā kākano puāwai o Kaikohekohe

Owner: Moana Timoko

Group members: 6


As part of the Intensive Community ECE Participation project in Kaikohekohe we have developed a range of intiatives to promote Whānau Engagement in Early Learning.

'Ngā kākano puāwai o Kaikohekohe' acknowledges the history and whakapapa of Kaikohekohe.  In a time of need our tūpuna were sustained and nourished by the kohekohe berries - hence the name, Kaikohekohe.  Initiatives have been developed to respond to 'real' community needs and requires commitment and support from networks within Kaikohekohe in order to be sustained.  Our tamariki are likened to the kākano of the kohekohe tree.  We are responsible for nurturing and supporting our tamariki to ensure they flourish.  A range of activities and information will be shared to support whānau with their child's early learning and development.

Regular updates about project initiatives will be posted here, on our Facebook page, and on ECE Online.

For further details contact the Project Coordinator - Kelly Yakas.

Email:  kelly.yakas@core-ed.org

Phone: 021 998096

Brief description: Intensive Community ECE Participation Project

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    Read about us here!

    Started by Moana Timoko 07 Dec 2012 6:25am () Replies (4) Last reply by Moana Timoko
    Te Kohekohe - A Drop In Centre for Whānau and babies on the main street of Kaikohekohe.   Read about us here: Door opens for kids - Front page of our Northern News Wednesday, December 5, 2012.
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    Started by Moana Timoko 07 Feb 2013 4:31pm () Replies (2) Last reply by Kelly Yakas
    5 February 2013 The Drop in centre - Te Kohekohe - has LOTS of parents (mums AND dads), aunties, uncles, grandparents visiting and some returning on a regular basis for their weekly ECE experience.  Kelly (Project Manager) & Marci (Support...


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