Figure 1 – River is ejoying the sounds and vibrations of the traffic underneath Auckland Harbour Bridge
The Transition Centre Students at Wairau Valley Special School submitted their film Kaipatiki – It Makes Sense to the 2015 KPAT Short Shorts Competition.
It was planned to use the most sensory student based here in Takapuna here: River Dalby. Continue Reading →
Figure 1 – BLENNZ Northland team from left Louise Pyne, Sue Fletcher, Rennée Mason and Kate Mabbett
Kia ora and welcome to BLENNZ Northland. We are fortunate to have four RTV’s in our 2015 team; Kate Mabbett (Manager), who remains .6 while she completes her final year of the Postgraduate Diploma in Specialist Teaching, Sue Fletcher who continues on as full time, Rennée Mason who works .6 and we welcome Louise Pyne from Kerikeri who joins us full time. Continue Reading →
Figure 1 – Singing the Waiata
We were thrilled to have had the official opening of BLENNZ Taranaki on the 19th of March 2015.
In figure 1 the BLENNZ Taranaki community celebrate the opening with a waitata. Continue Reading →