Training hard at Te Puna Oranga.
Thursday, February 26, 2015
Term One 2015
Computers in Homes is underway again at Purapura Whetu and Te Puna Oranga, with new trainer Sylvia Smyth. Sylvia does not come from a teaching background, but has sound IT knowledge and is known for her community work around Christchurch and overseas. CiH classes will also soon be starting at Rowley Ave School, for members of the Tangata Atumotu Trust, and at Aranui High School for parents of Power Up students. Next term, Computers in Homes will be based at Rawhiti School - the new merger school in the Brighton area of Christchurch.
Posted by Sue Davidson at 6:13 PM