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Kia ora, below is a collection of resources and links. We have organised them into the following themes;

Pre-school, here you will find ideas to do with your pre-school children, there are also ideas for whānau and teachers.

School, here you will find useful links to try with your school aged children, there are also ideas for whānau and teachers.

Adult Learning, here you will find information on available adult learning opportunities.

Digital Tools and Support, here you will find information on computer courses, an option for connecting to the Internet and cyber safety

Job Support, here you will find useful links to those who can help with employment and work related courses.

What the Experts Say, this covers parenting information and well-being information for children and adults.

Pre School

Pre School

Chatterbox - a safe space to share and discuss ways to increase the language skills of our tamariki. We want to share ideas, ways of doing things, celebrate successes and support each other. We recognise that every whanau is different and has their own...

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Schools

Schools

We work alongside primary and secondary schools in our Wairarapa region to plan a range of programmes that support school students and teachers. Contact Trudy if you would like more information The idea for Art Challenges came from our local artist...

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Adult Learning

Adult Learning

Adult and Community Education courses - can't find the course you want? Contact us here REAP Plus courses reminiscent of the old 'Night School' community classes. Can't see the course you want? Contact us Free Health Courses with NZQA Standards -...

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Digital Support

Digital Support

In association with Skinny Jump, REAP Wairarapa can help you get online if...You have no internet connection in the place you live (except for your phone); and• Have school aged children living in the house; or• People who are looking for work or• New New...

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What the Experts Say

What the Experts Say

Clinical Psychologist Dr Natalie Flynn discussed the research behind the importance of supporting the wellbeing of teachers, students and parents during the period of school closures as well as practical strategies to support wellbeing and mental...

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Job Support

Job Support

YETE (Youth in Education, Training and Employment) YETE works collaboratively with whānau, educators and youth-friendly businesses to ensure ALL young people in the Wairarapa have the opportunity to pathway into education, training and...

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REAP Wairarapa

A message to our valued community:

We’re opening for business!

That’s right: from Tuesday, June 2nd, all REAP Wairarapa premises will reopen. This applies to REAP House, the MTLT Education Centre, The Spot, and the Rangiwhakaoma Education Centre.

It also means our courses will resume from the end of Term 2. This gives our staff time to plan and make arrangements required by the new contact tracing and hygiene requirements. The details of these courses will be released over the coming weeks.

There will be extra contact tracing and movement control methods in place to keep everyone safe, including contact tracing forms, signing in and out for every visit, and controlled entry and exit. Our intensive cleaning and sanitising measures will remain in place.

It is vital that visitors to any REAP Wairarapa building are in good health have had no contact whatsoever with a confirmed case of COVID-19. Anybody with cold- or flu-like symptoms will be refused entry to the buildings - remember, the health of our community is still our number one priority.

Buildings not part of REAP Wairarapa (including Sport House, Featherston Community Centre, and venues in other towns) will have their own requirements - you’ll need to check in with them to find out more.

If you have questions for any of the businesses operating at REAP House, contact that business directly. You can contact REAP Wairarapa staff on 0800 WAIREAP.

Keep an eye on our website and Facebook pages for further announcements. In the meantime, stay safe, be kind, and enjoy the slow and steady return to normality.

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1 week ago

REAP Wairarapa

Learner Licence courses are back on the cards, everyone!

Exact dates are TBC, but message us via Facebook or call 0800 WAIREAP to register your interest.

Classes are $120pp, and will be run over 4 nights (6 - 9pm) or 4 days (11am - 2pm). The course is for adults 18+, so if you need your licence (or are driving without one) please get in touch. You’ll be supported through learning the Road Code and preparing to sit your test at the AA.

It’s never too late to start!

P.S., if you are in north Wairarapa, there will be Learner Licence courses in Eketahuna this July - stay tuned for more information.
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