1. Learn about our history and current issues – Te Tiriti education is powerful, inspiring and available!
2. Learn about where you live and who the manawhenua are and what their issues in rebuilding their culture are. More
First published in The Press on 1 February 2016
A work colleague recently asked me which rivers and lakes I’d recommend she take her son and nephew swimming during an upcoming visit to Christchurch, somewhere handy to the city. More
This year I had a huge breakthrough in getting the Education and Science Select Committee to open an inquiry to investigate the identification of and support for students facing the significant challenges of dyslexia, dyspraxia, and autism spectrum disorders. More
The highlight of my year would have to be the success of our campaign to save bees. Bees work hard for us pollinating the crops we eat, but right now they need us to put in some effort on their behalf too. More
Prime Minister repeatedly pulls a young service workers ponytail despite her requests for him to stop.
The Minister for Women standing up for the PM’s minimisation of his ponytail actions. I blogged about this More