Introduction to Te Reo and Tikanga

Mary-Anne is back to run another of her excellent courses for beginners. This year she is adding weaving and traditional games to the mix. Mary-Anne’s courses are always fun and she makes everyone feel very comfortable and relaxed. If you want to start  learning  Te Reo and learn more about our Maori Culture this is a great opportunity to join a small group in Alexandra.

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A Big Thank you

Jean Sims has retired from the Early Childhood position at Central Otago REAP. Steve Brown is now responsible for the Schools and Early Childhood areas. Jean has been involved with Early Childhood at REAP for 30 years. During that time she has worked tirelessly with children, parents, and teachers to improve the sector. She passionately believes in working so that the child is the centre and change is to make it better for them. Jean will continue at REAP in the careers area. A huge thank you to Jean for her contribution to REAP over this time

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Adult Learners Week

Congratulations to the award winners in this years Adult Learners Awards. A special morning tea was held at REAP to celebrant their success. Well done to them all and to all adults involved in any form of learning!

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Life Skills Programmes

A range of Life Skill’s programmes are about to start at Central Otago REAP. Thanks to the Otago Community Trust for their support in these programmes. Contact us for more details.

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July Plastic Free Month

Staff at Central Otago REAP are encouraging everyone to think about how much plastic they use and for July try to use other products.

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