National Neita Award

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Dennis BurnsMr Raukura has received the top New Zealand award for Excellence in Teaching.

Earlier in the year Mr Raukura won the Auckland wide award from Neita for teaching excellence, and his name was therefore put forward for the National Awards.

Today at a special assembly at De La Salle College it was announced that Mr Raukura has won the NATIONAL award.

On behalf of the International Taekwon-Do staff and members - congratulations Mr Raukura!

Foundation Website Regional Award Recipients for 2010.

Read the speech made by the Convenor of the Neita Foundation – Br. Patrick Lynch.

Mr Raukura will appear on TV1 at 9am on the Good Morning Show with Brendan Pongia tomorrow, 13th October.

THE NEiTA FOUNDATION was formed in 1994 by the Australian Scholarships Group to conduct a program of National Awards honouring exemplary teachers in Australian and New Zealand schools and early childhood centres. The awards promote public recognition of the teaching profession and specifically those teachers who have demonstrated excellence and commitment in their work.

The program calls on individual parents, parent organisations, boards of trustees, management committees, secondary student councils and community organisations, to identify teachers and leaders who are an inspiration to their students, to their peers and to their communities.




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