about us

Te Manu Korero O Nga Matauranga - Central King Country R.E.A.P. was established in 1980 by the Government to provide supplementary and complementary education services for the people of the Central King Country.

It is one of the thirteen Rural Education Activities Programmes (REAPs) in New Zealand that were set up between 1978 and 1982. REAPs are based on the belief that local communities are best able to identify and direct resources to meet their own special needs.

Organized as an Incorporated Society, Central King Country REAP is overseen by an elected board of six members. The chairperson can be contacted through our office.

Our Vision

is to create an educated, resourceful, sociably cohesive and thriving region.

Our Mission

is to create opportunities for lifelong learning.

Charities Services Registration Number: CC32419

41 Years of Service

52 Courses
in 2020

Taught 606 Students 2020