Where do I begin?!
Auckland received an early Christmas present in the latter part of 2013 of additional funding to help MORE whanau train and become the proud owners of a computer. How many whanau you say? An extra 75 whanau! Overall Auckland has graduated 200 plus extra whanau for the year 2013-14. No mean feat but we have a long way to go.
The first graduation to kick off our July rush was the very musical Koru School. Music permeated almost every aspect of the graduation from the entrance to the final wave as the last computer headed off to its new residence. Our guest for the evening was Deputy Leader of the NZ First Party, Tracey Martin. Our introductions were via theme tunes played for us. I had 'Best of My Love' and Tracey had 'Got To Be Real'. (If you click the titles - you can relive those musical moments with us.) I must brag about the Koru School Band - their rendition of 'Proud Mary' was foot stomping good stuff. I love that so many of the tamariki had an item to share to celebrate mum and dad's success.
Congratulations Koru School Graduates
|Celebrating with NZ /First MP Tracey Martin|