Partner organisations
  • Sector specific partners
  • English Language Partners
  • Literacy Aotearoa
  • ACE Aotearoa
  • AKO Aotearoa
  • Plunket
  • Rural Women NZ
  • Regional Polytechnics
  • Local businesses and employers
  • Local agricultural industry
  • Tourism operators
  • Government organisations
  • Ministry of Education
  • Tertiary Education Commission
  • Ministry of Social Development
  • New Zealand Transport Agency
  • Te Puni Kokiri
  • Local authorities
  • District health boards
  • Work & Income NZ
  • Child Youth & Family
  • Iwi organisations

Reap Work

REAPs are well connected within their communities and the 2012 implementation of the REAPANZ integrated approach has strengthened connections for individual REAPs at a multi-regional and national level.

In terms of capability, all 13 REAPs specialize in core work across:

  • Early childhood education
  • Compulsory schooling
  • Adult and community education
  • Positive parenting
  • Brokerage and consultancy in education
Expertise and partnership

REAPs have a diverse range of skills and expertise, which alongside their strength in partnerships, enable us to operate in many education contexts including:

  • Gifted & talented education
  • Truancy
  • Alternative education
  • Community development
  • Professional development
  • Te Reo revitalisation
  • Digital literacy
  • Embedded literacy & numeracy
  • Whanau learning

Exciting projects involving REAPs:

  • SKIP (Strategies for Kids and Information for Parents)
  • PAFT (Parents as First Teachers)
  • CIH (Computers in Homes)