The Story of Our Logo:
The original concept came from 2 young students from a member school. They had used a very strong book page image- we asked our designer to modify this to include the changing forms that literacy can take – electronic media etc for future proofing of the image.
We think our logo represents…
the rivers, sea, lakes and blue skies of our region
the ‘wings’ could be water, pages or the links between oral language, reading & writing
the shades may represent the various levels of comprehension needed for literacy
‘wings’ which could be the furrows of a newly ploughed field: a reference to the farming carried out across our region
literacy ‘gives you wings’ apologies to red bull!
the various ages and stages of our population
literacy ‘flows on a sea of talk’ – (1970, Britton)
literacy is ‘uplifting’
the enlarged ‘L’ denotes the importance of literacy in our lives
3 kete of learning (Knowledge/ Matauranga, Personal & Social Development/ Hauora, Skills for Learning/ Ngā Tautōhito)
River, land, sea
Fibre optic cables connecting us to the world
Knowledge flowing from the past into the future
- Sandie Haddock
- Judith Woodham
- Mel Sargent
- Todd Burton
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In this highly interactive oral language workshop you’ll learn... a simple way to pinpoint specific difficulties with oral language so you can give targeted support. A valuable tool to adapt ANY topic or lesson to accommodate all learners from students with learning difficulties, right through to gifted and talented.
Librarians, teacher librarians, teacher aides with library responsibility and their student librarians come together for another fun filled morning.
A brief outline of the events that the Waikato Literacy Association has planned for this year.
A calendar of events organised by the Waikato Literacy Association in 2017
Please join us for our AGM. Straight after this is our Monthly Meeting.
Practical activities and strategies for Dyslexia - Sue Dymock Modelling Writing to get great results - Kyle Morris
Here's a brief introduction to our new WLA (Waikato Literacy Association) President, Sandie Haddock