Some examples of the work of REAPs

The Jerome experience –  Central Plateau

The ACE, Schools and EC teams worked together to share the costs of hosting Jerome Kavanagh, Taonga Puoro musician of Tuwharetoa to a series of culture in education professional development workshops across the sectors which supported the Ministry of Education’s Te...

Science Holiday Programme –  Eastbay REAP

Eastbay REAP began running science holiday programmes in 2017 to showcase it’s science learning kits, as the Eastern Bay branch of House of Science.  The kits offer a great hands-on opportunity for students to get interested in science through real-world applications....

Geo Camp – Far North REAP

Far North REAP partnered with GNS Science to run a Geo Camp in May. The camp consisted of 7 Geologists and six schools (30 students and six teachers in total) from years 7 and 8. The students and teachers learnt about the geographical features and scientific...

YEP: Licence to Work in the Wairarapa

The Youth Employability Programme (YEP) – Licence to Work, has been developed by COMET Auckland and is delivered in partnership with regional organisations. The programme brings educators, employers and youth organisations together to support young people develop the...

Southern REAP: changing the self-talk

Young parent education programmes are not new to Southern REAP. Back in 2012 Southern REAP established a Young Mum’s NCEA programme in Gore. It evolved from a play group of mothers referred by Strengthening Families into a committed group of young women who were...

Marlborough REAP and Pasifika

REAP Marlborough has worked closely with the Pasifika community for many years on a variety of projects designed to help them integrate confidently into the community. Our relationship with Sana Daunauda (PHO and Pasifika Trust) and Lapu Oliver...

Forty Flags for Festival

Forty flags for festival (Becky Manawatu) Forty flags will soon flutter over Westport heralding the upcoming Fusion Festival.Buller Reap, New Coasters and the Buller District Council (BDC) made a call in September for flag designs from locals. Yesterday Buller Mayor...

Westport Deep Sea Fishing School – Buller REAP

Each year over 100 people, most of whom are Máori or Pasifika, come to a residential school in Westport to get national qualifications that will set them up for a career in fishing. Cadets at the school fall into two categories. Firstly there are courses for young...

NCEA4U gives students a second chance – Southern

The NCEA 4 U programme enables second chance learners to work towards achieving NCEA credits through Te Kura correspondence school. Learners work alongside quality tutors in relaxed, helpful settings to ensure they are supported in their learning journey...

Meaningful Adult Learning – Ruapehu

Programmes that are meaningful to their community is the key to adult learning programmes at Ruapehu. There was a high demand for programmes based around harakeke. The interest was for the harvest and care of harakeke and the many ways to use harakeke. The photos show...

Growing Digital Skills – Tairawhiti

Wharekahika (Hicks Bay) is in the northern end of the Tairawhiti region. Tairawhiti REAP and 20/20 Communications Trust have come together to bring Computers in Homes to this remote part of the country. 12 community members completed the 20 hour programme...

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