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    • Pip Brunn

      Enabling Good Lives

      ...different way to promote the possibilities of a "Good Life" and what this means for individuals and their whanau. No longer will our mokopuna and whanau be assessed in the...

      • Te Mako Orzecki

        Reply on topic: What are your take-aways from uLearn18?

        ...ith the Mexican wave of course and an acknowledgement of the hard work many of the teachers in Aotearoa do on a daily basis with our tamariki and mokopuna to ensure quality education.&...

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        • Phebs

          Phebs

          Education Facilitator. Māori Medium/ English Medium Ngāpuhi born and bred Living and loving in the Winterless North Ancestrally driven, supporting kaupapa that uplifts us all. "Be fearless in the pursuit that sets your soul on FIRE"

          Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Whānau, hapu, iwi, mokopuna, education, marae, community

          • Erana Manumoe Haerewa

            Erana Manumoe Haerewa

            Ko Patangata te maunga Ko Wharekahika te awa Ko Tuwhakairiora te hapu Ko Ngati Porou te awa Ko Horouta te waka Ko Erana Haerewa ahau I mahi awau i Te Puna Reo o Puhi Kaiti Ko awau te tauihu o te waka Matauranga. Tihei mauri ora!! I am a mother of six tamariki and I have seven mokopuna. I...

            Tags (please separate each one with a comma): whanau, mokopuna, reading, walking, flowers, fashion, arts, education, kapa haka, waiata, te reo maori, learning i nga wa katoa.

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