Jo Flavell

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Contact email: jolene@kimihia.school.nz
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Twitter username: joeyflavell

About me

 

Kiaora e te Whanau, nei te mihi mahana ki a koutou katoa!

Ko Ohautieke-O-Te-Ra me Maunga Haumi ngã Maunga
Ko Towai me Waipaoa ngã Awa
Ko Mataatua, Ngatokimatawhaorua me Takitimu ngã Waka
Ko Ngapuhi me Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki ngã Iwi.
Ko Ngati Kahu ki Whangaroa, Kaitangata me Ngati Wãhia ngã Hapu
Ko Karangahape me Te Poho o Mahaki ngã Marae
Ko Matangirau me Waihirere ngã Turangawaewae
Ko Jo Flavell tõku ingoa, he kaiako ahau kei te kura tuatahi o Kimihia.

Tīhei Mauriora!

 

 I am looking forward to all the professional conversations i can participate in here, as well as supporting my colleagues as i encourage them to learn 'Te Reo o tõ tãtou nei whenua!'  I look forward to future conversations and learning experiences the VLN has to offer! Mauri Ora!!

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  • Tia

    Kia Ora e hoa - look forward to learning heaps and supporting my tamariki :)

  • Deanne Ross

    Hey Jo, The KNet conference email has been sent out and it is free for presenters. Have submitted our blurb from L@S and will let you know when here back. The link is

    http://www.knconference.co.nz/?form_id=8&action=4

    Dee

  • Susan Arnold

    Heya Thanks Jo, yes I am looking forward to it:-)

  • Dee Reid

    Kia ora Jo, I know all about what's happening in Tauranga for Matariki - but unsure on Hamilton sorry! I found something on Waikato Arts about 3 evenings celebrating arts.... I'll email you the details.
    Have you seen Rachael Coll's posting about the wikispace she has established for their cluster of schools - it's a superb collection of rauemi focusing on Matariki, you should check it out: www.matarikiwaihi.wikispaces.com
    Hope this helps, ngā mihi, nā Dee

  • Dee Reid

    Kia ora Jo - kei te pai. A subgroup, is a smaller group of bigger group. Think of it as 'Te Manawa Pou' being an 'iwi' and a subgroup of Te Manawa Pou being a 'hapū'. It's just we have over 100 people in Te Manawa Pou at the moment, and we need to sort people into smaller groups, so that it's a bit more manageable for everyone, and not so overwhelming. Kua mārama? Just holler, happy to try and clarify. Kia ora rā, nā Dee

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