Journal

Kia ora and thank you to Liam and the team at Re: News for all the time they spent with our rangatahi as they prepared for last year's Manawa Ora series of performances at Basement Theatre. The Re: News team were incredibly generous with their...

Nikita’s family is everything, she’s kept busy over this time by helping her sister care for her little brother so her mum, an essential worker is able to continue working during lockdown. Nikita has been with Ngā Rangatahi Toa since the beginning of 2019. Her whānau...

Trying to fit in with Lee’s busy schedule during the COVID-19 crisis isn’t easy. He’s working six days during Alert Level 4. And on Alert Level 3, he’s continuing to be one of the essential supermarket workers who keeps the country in food supplies, and...

Covid-19 Level 4 means our rangatahi aren't able to gather for our regular hui, so that's meant catching up with them all virtually or a series of online catchups and connections. In this chat, one of our tuakana, Jazzy, talks about what life in lockdown...

The teacher is of course an artist, but being an artist does not mean that he or she can make the profile, can shape the students. What the educator does in teaching is to make it possible for the students to become themselves. (Horton &...