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Assistive Technology Service over the Christmas Holidays

07 Dec 2023

The final day for dispatching orders will be Wednesday, December 20th, 2023. Any orders placed after that date will be processed and dispatched on the 11th of January, 2024.

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Preserving Memories: Share Your Story with Us!

30 Aug 2023

We recently shared updates about the removal of some of our buildings from the Christchurch campus. The Gym is one that holds many memories, and we want to capture your memories before it becomes part of history.

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Educational Interpreters vs Communication Education Support Workers

27 Jul 2023

In the diverse landscape of education, every student deserves the opportunity to communicate effectively and participate fully in their learning journey. That's where the invaluable support of Educational Interpreters (EIs) and Communication/Education Support Workers (C/ESWs) comes into play. These dedicated professionals play crucial roles in supporting students with communication needs, but they have distinct focuses and areas of expertise.

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Join us in celebrating Ko Taku Reo 3rd Anniversary with a mesmerising poem

20 Jul 2023

Join us in celebrating our triumphant journey as we mark our third anniversary. On this momentous occasion, we are thrilled to share a beautiful poem meticulously crafted by our brilliant Deaf Strategic Lead, Amanda Everitt. Prepare to be enchanted by the skill, mastery and heartfelt words that await you.

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Empowering Cultural Connections: The Rūaumoko Marae Minecraft Journey

08 May 2023

The Rūaumoko Marae Minecraft project is a unique initiative that brings together Māori Deaf students, digital technology, and cultural heritage. The project began as an idea in June 2022 and was developed with the help of PLD Providers - ImpactEd.

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Expression of Interest - Kelston Visioning Project Advisory Group

04 May 2023

We WANT you! Help shape the future of education in the Kelston suburb.

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The future of our Deaf Education museums with this Museum Update!

28 Apr 2023

Andrew Townshend the Director of Communications and Resources, talks about the first phase of digitalising our artefacts and shares the future of an online museum.

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New Aotearoa Histories Resources available on Deaf People’s history in Aotearoa!

09 Feb 2023

Tangata Turi – I Konei Mātou. Deaf People – We Were Here Too.

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Remembering Hilary McCormack

13 Dec 2022

Kua hinga he tōtara i Te Waonui a Tāne. A mighty tōtara has fallen – we remember Hilary McCormack. The Deaf Education community at Ko Taku Reo were deeply saddened this week to learn of the passing of Hilary McCormack, the first Deaf Chairperson of the Van Asch Deaf Education Centre Board of Trustees.

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Message from Michael Rondel our new Commissioner to the Ko Taku Reo Community

27 Sep 2022

Today the Ministry of Education has confirmed that, as a new Board has not been able to be established from the recent election process, I have been appointed as Commissioner to Ko Taku Reo – Deaf Education New Zealand (Ko Taku Reo). I wanted to introduce myself and let you know more about the appointment and role of a Commissioner and what this means for Ko Taku Reo.

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