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Commonwealth/ Olympic Games. Tokyo Paralympic Games 24 Aug to 5 Sept 2021. Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games 28 Jul to 8 Aug. Involving children in the Commonwealth/ Olympic Games is a perfect fit with the curriculum Whariki – focusing on wellbeing (physical […]
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