Apr 29, 2021
Some interviews go deeper than others and this is one of those - Elle Archer has had a very interesting life and she shares about her early years, being adopted, the role her parents played in her life, leaving school at age 14, lifelong learning and doing, making access to education accessible and te ao Māori. We also talk about Ako Ōtautahi Learning City Christchurch festival. I really enjoyed this conversation and am sure you will as well - if you do check out more interviews and content at www.theseeds.nz
Ako Ōtautahi Learning City Christchurch website (on May 10-16 2021) https://learningcitychristchurch.nz
Aukahatia tō waka | Tighten the bindings of your waka (so
Kia kumea e te au | When pulled upon by the tides
Kia puhia e te hau | And blown by the winds
Ka huri noatia tō hoe | You can but turn your paddle (and)
Ka aro tonutia kā whetū | Continue to heed the stars.