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Far North Schools Speech Competition
Te Hiku Manukorero Results

Congratulations to all participants.

All Trophies are being engraved and will be delivered to 1st place winners on the last week of term.

Thank you to Ka Uri Unearthed and Ngati Kuri Tourism Trust for the sponsorship of 4 new trophies this year.
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Well done SHINE on Kaitaia...we are proud of you!!!MORENA KAITAIA!!! We LOVE what we do. The satisfaction we get from making people happy and helping Kaitaia Shine, is what we thrive on.

Volunteering alongside tamariki, youth, whānau, iwi services, organisations and businesses is a huge opportunity we are very appreciative of. So if it wasn't for them, and our sponsors and supporters, we couldn't do what we do. Last night, this Award happened, and it belongs to ALL OF YOU!!!!!!

Huge Thanks to Trustpower for this Award and putea to help us do more awesome stuff for our Community 😊
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Kia kaha Te Reo Māori
Te Reo Māori is the indigenous and official language of Aotearoa yet so often this comes up as a topic of debate, to learn or not to learn, to make it a compulsory part of our school curriculum or not. Whānau choose to either embrace it or go through life without speaking it at all and not giving it a go. Some may think they will never use it, that it is too difficult and time consuming to learn.
Te Reo Māori opens our thinking to a wider range of mātauranga (knowledge) such as whakapapa (genealogy), whaikōrero (speeches), kapa haka (performing arts) and waiata (song); the list goes on. We are fortunate to be working at Far North REAP where tikanga Māori (protocol) is embraced. Where all Kaitautoko mātauranga kaimahi (staff) encourage karakia (prayer), powhiri (welcoming ceremony), whaikōrero and waiata. This is our contribution to learning te reo and is part of our daily practice, guided by our Te Kete Whakatinanahia Te Tiriti o Waitangi (Te Tiriti o Waitangi Toolkit). Our kete was created by us to assist all staff and board members of Far North REAP in the implementation of Te Tiriti o Waitangi as an integral part of our governance and operations.
We encourage the learning of Te Reo through courses offered to our community and staff from beginners to intermediate level in their learning journeys. Our courses are diverse to ensure the learner’s needs are met and all students come away with a kete of knowledge.
Te Wiki o Te Reo highlights our contribution to preserving and passing on our national treasure, being our indigenous language. We will continue to push the boundaries to ensure that Te Reo Māori stays strong – ‘Kia kaha Te Reo Māori’. As educators, we believe that it is never too late to start learning. We are all on different parts of this journey and that should always be respected.
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FAR NORTH REAP

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UPCOMING FAR NORTH REAP AND COMMUNITY EVENTS

Exciting courses, initiatives and programmes coming to our region. Check out our Events Calendar for more information.

 

GO TO EVENTS

DID YOU KNOW…?

We are a Driver Licensing Centre?

We are an agent for AA Vehicle and Drivers Licensing. Our staff are able to assist you with a range of vehicle licensing such as:

  • Vehicle and trailer registration
  • Road user charges
  • Change of vehicle ownership
  • Issue of new plates
  • Cancel registration

We are also on Facebook?

Find us at Far North REAP on Facebook for more information, comments and photos

Our staff are here to help with writing a CV?

Phone us or come into reception to book an appointment or speak to one of our staff

We deliver Road Safety Education programmes?

Road Safety Education programmes and campaigns are delivered in the areas of: Fatigue and Distraction, Reducing Alcohol and Drug Impaired Driving, All passenger restraints, Young Drivers, Safer Speeds and Road Safety Education in Schools

Far North REAP offers a Mobile Resource Service?

To meet community need the Mobile Resource Service visits rural schools to allow everyone the opportunity to access our resources. For more information contact Tamrym Smith via email tamryns@farnorthreap.org.nz or phone us at 09 4081380 ext: 711

Our Purpose

Hei whakamanahia i ngā whānau kia tutuki i ō rātou tumanako me ō rātou wawata mai te whaariki akoranga.
To empower communities to achieve their dreams and aspirations through lifelong learning.

Our Vision

Ka ako kia ora, ka ora kia ako
Learning to live, living to learn

Our Mission

Kia tika tonu ō mātou whakaakoranga hei arahi pai mō ō mātou nei hapori o Te Hiku-o-te-ika-ā-Māui.
To strive for excellence in the provision of quality learning opportunities for Far North Communities.

Our Values

Tika
Doing things right, being open, accountable and transparent
Pono
Act with dignity, honesty and integrity
Aroha
Treating people with love and respect.