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  • I'm leaving on a jet plane...

    Ko te reo te manawa pou o te iwi Māori! The final countdown has arrived, 4 more sleeps before I head over to Peru to attend WIPCE 2011!   I am of course, really excited and keen to get there, however with a busy week ahead and the thought of being away from my husband and 2 daughters for s...

    Tags: te manawa pou, wipce, te reo māori, te reo

  • Online Classes - Not too late to join in!

      VLN Primary language classes are now underway as our students and teachers get to know each other and begin their online learning. We still have some space in a few classes (2 - 4 students only), and are welcoming NZ schools to participate!  The following are still available: ...

    Tags: vln primary, registrations, online learning, online classes, virtual learning, enrolment, french, mandarin, te reo, german

  • VLN Primary Online Classes - Not too late to join in!

    VLN Primary language classes are now underway as our students and teachers get to know each other and begin their online learning. We still have some space in a few classes (2 - 4 students only), and are welcoming NZ schools to participate!  The following are still available: French&nb...

    Tags: vln primary, registrations, online learning, online classes, virtual learning, enrolment, french, mandarin, te reo, german

  • te Reo

    http://mountain2surf.wordpress.com/2013/12/10/te-reo/

    Tags: Maori Achievement, Maori Students, Students, Te Reo

  • My New Years Teaching Reolutions

    http://mountain2surf.wordpress.com/2014/02/01/my-new-years-teaching-resolutions/

    Tags: Goals, Professional Development, Te Reo, Teaching Practice, Technology

  • Being a Top Principal

    https://mountain2surf.wordpress.com/2014/07/27/being-a-top-principal/

    Tags: Gentle Leadership, Ka Hikitea, Leadership, Listener, Servant Leadership, Te Reo

  • A day at Puniho Marae

    I had the privilege, on Monday, to be able to spend the day with Jason Ruakere on his marae. This was very much a step outside of the comfort zone for this city lover. For me it really was like being in another world. I was out of the city. The pace was slower. It was more relaxed. I was introduc...

    Tags: community engagement, whānau engagement, Māori boys, technology, iPads, Te Reo