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Ko Taku Reo’s Assistive Technology Service during Christmas

14 Dec 2021

Ko Taku Reo’s Assistive Technology Service will be closed from 4pm Friday the 17th of December 2021, reopening on Monday the 10th of January 2022.

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Parent Newsletter Term 4 - 7th December 2021

13 Dec 2021

Term 4 parent newsletter

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Parent Newsletter Term 3 - 29th September 2021

13 Dec 2021

Term 3 parent newsletter

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NZSL Immersion Hub Deaf Club Trip

22 Nov 2021

On Tuesday, students from the Wellington NZSL Immersion Hub made the trip to Deaf Club in Johnsonville.

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The Policies for review in Term 4 2021

22 Oct 2021

Policies for review in term 4 are Religious Instruction and Māori Educational Success.

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Resource: In the Beginning

14 Oct 2021

Please see the newly created Maori storybooks. This book is part of a series of nine videos, more will be released when they become available.

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Resource: How Maui Found His Mother

13 Oct 2021

Please see the newly created Maori storybooks. This book is part of a series of nine videos, more will be released when they become available.

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Human Rights in Time of Crisis

26 Sep 2021

Ko Taku Reo is pleased to join with communities all over the world to celebrate International Week of the Deaf and this year’s theme of Celebrating Thriving Deaf Communities. In line with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), we are committed to keeping our communities informed through accessible media. We see this as a foundation of student success.

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Deaf Culture and Arts

25 Sep 2021

Today's International Week of Deaf People's theme is Deaf Culture and Arts. The Attitude Awards were looking for Deaf sign-singers for their end of year Attitude Awards. Two students have been selected from Tu Kokiri (post high school program), Ko Taku Reo School/Deaf Education NZ.

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Intersectional Deaf Communities

24 Sep 2021

Today's International Week of Deaf People's theme is Intersectional Deaf Communities. Our Maori Strategic Lead Kathie Rifle talks about how our Indigenous Deaf Community experience double discrimination and disadvantage as they navigate the experiences of developing a secure identity as both Deaf and Māori.

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