• Otari School

    Kia ora David We appreciate the multi language approach here at our school. We have 3 different ‘strands’ here. Immersion Maori, Montessori, and Original, all operating under a state umbrella. Lots of our children are bi-lingual,a few speak 3 languages.We feel your dvd would enhance the culture at our school, where children from different communities merge. Your video is a symbol of the richness of language, and the diversity we live with. It would compliment the belief we have, that learning languages other than our ‘mother tongue’ is good for us. We would use this tool school-wide, from 5yr olds to 11 and 12 year olds and are confident they would all enjoy the video for it’s melody, liveliness, and the challenge of learning the different ways of saying hello. Best of luck with your future ventures, Johanne Wicks Otari School
  • Cashmere Avenue School

    Dear David, Thank you for the opportunity to listen to your latest composition, yesterday.  We thought the idea behind the song was great and the graphics would really appeal to the children. It would be very useful to add to our School Singing CD, which the children practice in class, and perform at school assemblies. It may also be used at different times throughout the year, for example when we celebrate International Children’s Day, the first whole school assemblies of each term and for events like Olympics, World Cup etc. Good luck with your promotion of the video and song – we look forward to sharing it with our children. Ginny Ralfe and Andrea Cashmere Avenue School