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  1. janelle.riki-waaka@core-ed.org' Janelle Riki-Waaka says:

    Kei runga noa atu Andrew! What an inspiration you are to all learners of our beautiful taonga, Te Reo Māori. Kia kaha e hoa and thanks for sharing your learning journey.

  2. Andrew Penny says:

    Kia ora Janelle. I feel fortunate to be with a company that supports such positive growth.

  3. Nichol Gully says:

    Koia kei a koe e hoa! Kātahi rā te rangitaki ko tēnei hei tauira ki ngā kaiako o Aotearoa. Great blog!

    1. Andrew Penny says:

      Tēnā rawa atu koe!

  4. deniseb@kkps.school.nz' Denise says:

    Kia ora Andrew, I am enrolled at Te Wananga Aotearoa and doing a course in beginner Māori in Kerikeri on Tuesday nights. I know they have just recently advertised a learn at home option and we will be looking for students to do Level 2 next year.

    1. Andrew Penny says:

      Kia ora Denise – will look into that for sure!

  5. bloggingmejones@gmail.com' blogging4me says:

    Kia Ora Andrew, I know this is an older blog post, I came across this post on a search for options with learning Te Reo. I value your comments here on, “how te reo is an essential element of Māoritanga — more than just a means to communicate”. This is something I am also keen to discover. Well done and I look forward to going on a similar journey at some point. I find not knowing where to start learning Te Reo the tricky part. An online option would be ideal for me at the moment. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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