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Waitangi Day – Thurs February 6, 2025

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Reflecting NZ’s bicultural early childhood curriculum, Waitangi Day is an important day to discuss and mark with children. It is central to our country’s history as it marks the signing of the country’s founding document. The Treaty of Waitangi was […]

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