Tuesday, 26 August 2014



He aha te mea nui?
He tangata, He tangata, He tangata.

What is the most important thing?
It is people, it is people, it is people.

Congratulations to the amazing whanau at Foxton Primary School who graduated 10 families this month.  This is the second group of families for 2013-2014 who completed the 20 hours of Computers in Homes training taking the total families from the school to 25.

Foxton Primary School graduates for August 2014

A very special graduation held by the school in a special assembly where graduates  requested that they be presented their certificates by their children & grandchildren who are enrolled at the school.

Emma James graduate receives her certificate from her daughter

Ruth Putaka graduate receives her certificate from her mokopuna
Working with Foxton Primary School has been an absolute pleasure.  This is a great school who have made the most of the programme and are looking for ways to extending their computer literacy programme for the families in Foxton.  Trainer Ani Skipper who is the principal of the school currently on study leave spoke about the programmes success for the school and all families involved.  

I would like to thank all the families involved for your commitment to the programme.  To the trainers both Anthea & Ani who worked so diligently.  To the teachers who supported the programme including the acting principals/champions Tina McLean and Rod Smith.  

A special thank you to lovely Mereana who took care of the parents children while they were training at the school.  Having you there made it so much easier for the parents to complete the training Mereana.  You are a little gem.

Mereana Skipper , No 1 support person

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