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Kia Eke - Succeeding

He kai kei aku ringa.
There is food in my hands. Said of a person who can use his or her abilities and resources to create success.

When you have the right tools and resources at your disposal, the ‘know-how’ and a solid ‘can-do’ attitude, the world will be your oyster.

Our job is to help you obtain these basic ingredients and develop them so that you can be successful in whatever you choose to do.

It’s not all about studying though, we want you to take care of your health and wellbeing too. Surround yourself with positive people. Be active. Have fun. Look for ways to share your knowledge and talents with others on the journey, for their success is your success too.

When you combine all of these factors together, you will find that you have the resilience and support structures to cope with any challenge that comes your way.

Mā te tuakana, ka tōtika te teina.  Mā te teina, ka tōtika te tuakana. 
The younger sibling learns from the older sibling, just as the older sibling learns from the younger.

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