Ko te ahurei o te tamaiti arahia ō tātou mahi.
Let the uniqueness of the child guide our work.
After three years of wānanga, performances, hui-ā-whānau, teaching and supporting kura around Dunedin, Te Aho Paihere is ready for the next taumata. This begins with creating a more organised structure that can deliver quality programmes to more tamariki and whānau within the communities of Dunedin.
Hence the new webpage! Nō reira, nau mai, haere mai koutou ngā kānohi hou ki Te Aho Paihere, ko koutou hoki ngā whānau o tō tātou nei roopu e hoki mai ana ia wānanga.
So I’ll start this small, with a few pages and publish it as I add to it.
For those members of Te Aho Paihere who want to access the material, I would have sent a pānui out with the login details. Message me if you need!
To those you of wanting to know a bit more about our whānau, take a look around and contact us.
Ngā manaakitanga ki a koutou,
Nā Ana māua ko Kopua.