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
- Kay Millicich
- AnnMaree MacGregor
- Glenice Andrews
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Tai Tokerau Literacy Association has partnered with the NZ Book Council to bring an acclaimed author & illustrator to the North
TTLA proudly presents two dynamic keynote speakers, your choice of an in-depth breakout session and a workshop session
TTLA Calendar Overview for 2019 We acknowledge that some of these dates/events are subject to change.
Come along for afternoon tea to meet Jeannie Skinner, National Library guru and also the winner of the 2018 Storylines Betty Gilderdale Award for outstanding service to Literacy.
In this workshop, Sheena and Louise will revisit the shared, guided and independent reading approaches, focusing on opportunities to engage students in effective speaking and listening.
Join us as we visit Kaurihohore to find out what great things are happeninng. The main focus areas will be around Play-based learning and Mantle of the Expert. Please bing a camera!
TTLA Presidents Report for 2018
This is a great opportunity to attend the NZLA Conference in Christchurch.
It was a privilege to have Sheena Cameron & Louise Dempsey come north to lead a very practical workshop
Tai Tokerau Literacy Association - Presidents Report for 2017
TTLA present Women’s Refuge with children’s books
Last week the Tai Tokerau Literacy Association (TTLA) generously donated $1000 worth of children's books to Whangarei Hospital's emergency department. ED nurse manager Margaret Dreadon and Northland DHB would like to stress gratitude for the lovely and empowering donation.