Pacific Languages, Diwali, Mahuru Māori and stories of International Literacy Day celebrations...
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This year Literacy Taupō celebrated International Literacy Day with a film festival afternoon, screening the movie ‘A Street Cat Named Bob’. This movie is based on the international best-selling book by James Bowen, a busker and recovering drug addict, who was living rough on the streets of London. The book has been the focus for lessons on critical literacy for the Literacy Taupō Literacy Café learners. more...
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...we look at how our members throughout the country responded to Mahuru (September) opportunities by acknowledging students and tutors and reachin
Miranda Cradock went to the Arohamai Literacy Horowhenua centre to learn mathematics and now works as a tutor there...