Thank you to Aotea, WEGC and WGC… for celebrating Te Reo with the Loop

A big thank you goes from the Loop to the schools that presented their stories at the first Breakfast session of the year last Friday.   Aotea College (Kathleen Kaveney and Jamie O’Connor), Wellington East Girls’ College (Ricky Prebble) and Wellington Girls’ College (Melissa Denzler) shared some of their experiences and initiatives around acknowledging and celebrating Te Reo in their schools. Feedback from the eight Loop schools that attended the Breakfast tells us that this sharing of experiences and having the opportunity to discuss and collaborate across schools is tremendously valuable.

If you didn’t have the chance to attend, you can access two of the presentations from the session here:

And if you work in a Loop school, you’re very welcome to attend our next Breakfast session on Friday 18 May at St Patricks’ College in Kilbirnie.  The focus of the session will be ‘Celebrating Different Cultures’.  Contact your school PL Coordinator for more details, or email robyn@wellingtonloop.net.nz.  See you there.