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3 weeks ago

Toi Tangata

He Pī Karere Pouārahi Darrio Penetito-Hemara recently featured on Huia Te Pātai, a radio program which broadcasts out of Tautoko FM in Northland.

The interview delves in to the work our organisation does - and even better, it's solely in Te Reo Māori =)

Tirohia, wānangahia!
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2 months ago

Toi Tangata
Toi Tangata CEO Megan Tunks and He Pī Ka Rere leader 
Darrio Penetito-Hemara were in Tauranga alongside Ata Ruawai and Dillon Te Kani this week.  

Ata works in the under-fives space and Dillon is a representative for The Bay of Plenty District Health Board (BOPDHB).  The group were part of the panel, tasked with selecting a He Pī Ka Rere facilitator in the region.  The project is a joint project between Toi Tangata, the BOPDHB through Toi Te Ora.  

He Pī Ka Rere is a kaupapa Māori physical activity and nutrition approach, which nurtures and develops the whole being of a tamaiti in an early learning environment aimed at informing both kaiako and tamariki of the role that traditional activity plays in the growth and development of a child.

If any Kohanga or Māori focused ECC in the Waiariki or Bay of Plenty area are interested in He Pī Ka Rere workshops, tēnā whakapā atu ki a Darrio. 

darrio@toitangata.co.nz

Nā mātou te kapa o Toi Tangata.

Toi Tangata CEO Megan Tunks and He Pī Ka Rere leader
Darrio Penetito-Hemara were in Tauranga alongside Ata Ruawai and Dillon Te Kani this week.

Ata works in the under-fives space and Dillon is a representative for The Bay of Plenty District Health Board (BOPDHB). The group were part of the panel, tasked with selecting a He Pī Ka Rere facilitator in the region. The project is a joint project between Toi Tangata, the BOPDHB through Toi Te Ora.

He Pī Ka Rere is a kaupapa Māori physical activity and nutrition approach, which nurtures and develops the whole being of a tamaiti in an early learning environment aimed at informing both kaiako and tamariki of the role that traditional activity plays in the growth and development of a child.

If any Kohanga or Māori focused ECC in the Waiariki or Bay of Plenty area are interested in He Pī Ka Rere workshops, tēnā whakapā atu ki a Darrio.

darrio@toitangata.co.nz

Nā mātou te kapa o Toi Tangata.
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Monica Beauchamp

thats awsmm... howkool👑

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