International Literacy Day takes place on Rāpare (Thursday) 8 Mahuru (September). Events will be held throughout the country to celebrate adult learning, and adults in Wairoa are finding out how they learn best, making great progress and starting new career paths.
The articles in this section feature local and regional Poupou (Member) news about adult literacy students, tutors, managers, events and programmes.
Scroll through the titles below to see a range of articles.
Glen Osborne (former All Black) and Sreejith Sreekumar approached the Whanganui Learning Centre to improve their literacy skills to enter the Royal New Zealand Police College...
Fay Tutahi, manager of Literacy Aotearoa in Wairoa features in an article in the Wairoa Star about story telling, 'Kia hoki mahara...'
we summarise the Literacy Aotearoa Te Hui ā Tau (AGM), National Planning Hui (NPH) and Student Writing Event (SWE) which took place at the Waipuna Hotel and Conference Centre from 18-20 Hōngongoi (July).
"During the past year Literacy Aotearoa has registered significant achievements in five key areas: governance, best practice, organisational and ...
... we celebrate and congratulate Gail Harrison (Whanganui Learning Centre Trust*) and Tuiloma Lina Samu (He Waka Mātauranga*) as recipients of ‘ACE Educator of the Year’ awards at the ACE Aotearoa annual awards ceremony at Te Papa in Wellington.