The country’s biggest mobile classroom will make its second appearance at Mount Smart Stadium in a month when it will be open for all to look at in the Harvey Norman Community Fun Zone tomorrow.
Tu Kaha Foundation, with the Vodafone Warriors on board as a partner, has brought its classroom back to Mount Smart after visiting numerous schools in the North Island over the last fortnight.
The massive 600hp Mack Super-Liner and Vodafone Warriors customised trailer unit was open for members and fans to visit when the Vodafone Warriors hosted Cronulla four weeks ago.
The classroom will again be open for Vodafone Warriors and members to check out tomorrow.
The Tu Kaha Foundation is using the classroom to take its values programme to decile one schools around the country targeting year five-to-nine students on making the best possible decisions in life.
Learning resources have been provided by ‘Taonga by TM’, owned by Tui-kaye Cole, partner of Vodafone Warrios prop Jacob Lillyman, and Maria Hahipene, partner of Vodafone Warriors centre Blake Ayshford.
The truck roadshow has been promoting Tu Kaha’s educational programme visiting schools from Hastings through to Wellington before making its way back to Auckland via East Coast and Bay of Plenty.
The aimmof the drop-in school visits was to provide students with the opportunity to walk through and leave personalised messages for the Vodafone Warriors as they prepare for a confirmed structure plan to launch wider regional visits.