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Youth Learner Licence

Youth Learner Licence

Course Title and Course NumberShort DescriptionDates:Tuesday 29th & Wednesday 30th SeptemberTimes: 10.00 am - 2.00 pmTutor: Darren Poona & Rachael McKenzieVenue: REAP House, 340 Queen Street, MastertonCost: $140.00, includes cost of sitting your...

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PLD FOR EDUCATORS

PLD FOR EDUCATORS

Professional Development and Training for EducatorsFour modules throughout the day; some release funding for staffTERM 3 - WhakaorioriTERM 4 - South WairarapaDates: Term 3 - Wednesday 23 SeptemberTimes: 9.00am - 3.00pm Tutor: Andrew Mewett, Ministry of...

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Wairarapa Photography/Digi Awards Competition

Wairarapa Photography/Digi Awards Competition

Wairarapa Photography/Digi AwardsThe 2020 digi awards awards is a student e-learning competition, open to all primary and intermediate level students in the Wairarapa area.They will provide an opportunity for students at all levels to share and celebrate...

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Quick Fire Connections

Quick Fire Connections

Quick Fire ConnectionsQuick Fire Connections are an opportunity for senior college students to practice interview techniques with local employers.It is hoped that two of these events will run in 2020Dates: Tuesday 20th October 2020Times: 12.00pm -...

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Year 11 Industry Big Day Out

Year 11 Industry Big Day Out

Year 11 Industy Big Day OutThe YEAR 11 INDUSTRY BIG DAY OUT is taking place during Term 3.Students will have the opportunity to visit a number of different businesses from different career pathways within the WairarapaDates: Term 3 - Tuesday 22...

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Wairarapa Kapa Haka Festival

Wairarapa Kapa Haka Festival

Wairarapa Kapa Haka Festival The Kapa Haka Festival is an opportunity for all schools to come together, no matter what their size, for two-days of cultural celebrations.An opportunity for schools to perform on stage and showcase their talents in front of...

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Tararua Kahui Ako Cultural Festival

Tararua Kahui Ako Cultural Festival

Tararua Kahui Ako Cultural FestivalThe festival is a chance to enjoy and share a day of cultural celebrations. It is an opportunity for any school to join with other schools to perform, shine and showcase their talents publicly.This year’s festival has...

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Augmented Reality Sandbox

Augmented Reality Sandbox

Augmented Reality Sandbox with GNS ScienceThe 3D augmented reality technology of the Augmented Reality Sandbox shows topographic maps and examples of landforms and water bodies. It is a fantastic tool to conduct hands-on interactive learning exercises and...

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Geocamp Wairarapa

Geocamp Wairarapa

GeoCamp WairarapaGeoCamp is a field-based learning experience that opens up the amazing world of science for local year 7-9 school students and teachers in the South Wairarapa area. GeoCamp 2020 will give kids the opportunity to learn from expert...

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Nga Tama Toa 2020

Nga Tama Toa 2020

Nga Tama Toa 2020Nga Tama Toa is a Masterton Schools programme that focuses on Boys Leadership with boys from years 5 to 13.The programme is supported by Masterton Trust Lands Trust and administered by REAP.The purpose of the programme is to grow the...

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Poi Porotiti Tapara Patua 2020

Poi Porotiti Tapara Patua 2020

Poi Porotiti Tapara Patua 2020Poi Porotiti is a Masterton Schools programme that focuses on Girls Leadership with girls from years 5 to 13.The programme is supported by Masterton Trust Lands Trust and administered by REAP.The purpose of the programme is to...

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Kapa Haka Academy 2020

Kapa Haka Academy 2020

Kapa Haka Academy 2020The Wairarapa Kapa Haka Academy is open to students from Years 7 to 13. To be held over 3 days, this is a fantastic opportunity for students to strengthen and take a lead in kapa haka performance.Dates: TBC, Tentative October school...

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REAP Wairarapa

Youth Education Training & Employment Partnership - Wairarapa ran the Industry Big Day Out this week. ...

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REAP Wairarapa

We have really loved seeing all the updates this week from our local kura who are have been sharing their Te Wiki o te Reo Māori moments.
At REAP Wairarapa we were lucky to celebrate some amazing moments with the Nga Tama Toa and Poi Porotiti roopu’s both led by fantastic local kaiako Pania Smith, Troy Douglas and Carleigh Cocks.
With thanks to Noise Productions Ltd and Carterton District Council we were able to start our journey towards this year’s virtual Wairarapa Schools Kapa Haka Festival with the filming of South End School’s teina and tuakana roopu, led by the awesome kaiako Palais Douglas.
None of this could happen without our supportive teachers and amazing taiohi. Ka mau te wehi! Kia kaha te reo Māori
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