Supporting Tararua Schools
Tararua REAP provides a range of programmes and services for rural schools, children and young people aged from 5-17 years, their families/caregivers and others who work with them.
These programmes and services include;
- REAP Reading Assistance Programme
- Professional development workshops
- Dannevirke High School Family / Whanau Liaison
- Making Music Programme
- Mentoring one-on-one programme for young people aged from 13-17 years
- Fruit Trees In Schools (Di Wilkinson Foundation)
- Maori Education – Kapa Haka & Te Reo tutors
- Dannevirke Kip McGrath Education - School Scholorships
For more information on any of the above topics or contact Tararua REAP on 06 374 6565 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
REAP Reading Assistance Programme (RRAP)
RRAP has been operating in the Tararua District since 1994. It is a joint venture between Tararua REAP and Tararua schools to provide one to one help for students with identified reading difficulties.
Tararua REAP provides tutor training, professional support and pays an agreed amount for each hour of tutoring. Some schools fund programmes for students and a parent payment option is available.
Schools provide the tutors and monitor the programme. Each student receives 30 hours of tutoring in the form of sixty, half hour, daily lessons, focussing on easy reading, writing and instructional reading.
If you would like more information about the REAP Reading Assistance Programme contact the Programme Coordinator, Dana Augustine on 06 374 6565 or email Dana at email@example.com