October is ADHD Awareness Month and the theme is ‘Breaking the Stigma’. The te reo Māori kupu/word for ADHD is Aroreretini meaning ‘attention goes to many things’. There is a growing understanding that ADHD seems to be more about having an abundance of attention, rather than a deficit of it. ADHD shows up for different people in different…
31st October, 7.10am
25th October, 6.15pm
Kia ora e te whānau,October is ADHD awareness month and the theme for 2023 is ‘Breaking the stigma’!A BIG thank you to Chanelle Moriah for allowing a page from her book on ADHD to be used!
1st September, 7.55am
Kia ora e te whānau, Anxiety can show up and impact our young people and whānau ina variety of ways.If you would like to learn more about anxiety and how best tosupport your child, please join Shelley at this community eventpresented by the amazing folk from Atareira Trust. For more details either click on the…
21st August, 8.26am
Kia ora e te whānau, To view the latest learning support news update, please click on the pdf document below:
7th August, 3.56pm
Please click on the pdf document to view what is available to promote the health and wellbeing of our tamariki! Thank you!
27th July, 3.36pm
To view an introductory newsletter from Shelley Dalton who is the Kairuruku Tautoko Ākoranga/Learning Support Coordinator for Tawhai School, please click on the pdf document below: