The Tai Tokerau Literacy Association has been around for more than 25 years.
The TTLA Committee is made up of volunteers who are passionate people about the value of literacy.
The events and opportunities our team organise give Tai Tokerau a wide range of literacy events that support both educators and our community around us.
To learn more about us please click on this link to read our TTLA 2019 Information Booklet.
Naku te rourou nau te rourou ka ora ai te iwi
With your basket and my basket, the people will live.
- Scotty Delemare
- Annmaree MacGregor
- AnnMaree MacGregor
- Glenice Andrews
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These presentations are designed to give whānau/family an understanding of neurodiversity, as well as the strategies to best support their tamariki/children in their educational journey.
Jill Eggleton will present practical ideas for the easy implementation of two whole class literacy approaches – Shared Reading – (Shared Book and Poetry) and Reading Aloud. She will demonstrate how these approaches are an essential part of any literacy programme, regardless of age or stage as they provide some…
Come along for afternoon tea to meet Jeannie Skinner National Library guru and winner of the Storylines Betty Gilderdale Award for outstanding service to Literacy.
Grow your understanding in these areas: What is dyslexia/neurodiversity? What are practical ways to work with students? What resources are recommended?
The Power of Teaching Poetry My journey in teaching Poetry from Year 5-8. Scotty Delemare
TTLA Calendar Overview for 2019 We acknowledge that some of these dates/events are subject to change.
Jill enthused teachers with her two - hour presentation at three Northland locations over a week towards the end of March.
Scotty Delemare presents his President's report for 2020.
The Tai Tokerau Literacy Associations Annual Report for 2019.
Another year passes by for the TTLA, another year of stepping up to bring literacy to the North. Writing this Presidents report highlights what we have achieved, and the different ways we are working with our wider community.
Whangarei Speech Competition
The Tai Tokerau Literacy Association held its 17th Annual Seminar Day on Saturday 18th May. The day was attended by 63 delegates from Ahipara to Papakura. The theme for this year was around the Languages of Literacy.