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  1. 1996
    Video — Donated by Television New Zealand Archive Image of Television New Zealand Archive

    A look into the new bilingual approach at Kelston Deaf Education Centre

    One of the goals of 1996’s Deaf Awareness Week was to better educate New Zealanders about New Zealand Sign Language, and as part of this, One Network News visited Kelston Deaf Education Centre in Auckland. KDEC which has a new bilingual teaching method using both NZSL and English.

  2. 2004
    Video — Donated by Rūaumoko Komiti Image of Rūaumoko Komiti

    The Māori Deaf world: Interviews with Whiti Ronaki, Stephanie Awheto and Michael Wi

    This raw, edited footage consists of interviews with Whiti Ronaki, Michael Wi and Stephanie Awheto - a trilingual interpreter, on topics relevant in the Māori Deaf world.

  3. 1998
    MAGAZINE – NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE DEAF

    NFD Communicate: Summer 1998

  4. 1968
    MAGAZINE – NEW ZEALAND DEAF NEWS

    NZ Deaf News: Winter Issue 1968 (Vol. 5, No. 4)

  5. 1960
    Video — Donated by Archives New Zealand Image of Archives New Zealand

    Kelston School for the Deaf students treated to a trip to Mt Ruapehu

    Students from Kelston School for the Deaf enjoy a two-day trip to a snowy Mt Ruapehu.

  6. 1961
    Video — Donated by Susan Hamilton Image of Susan Hamilton

    Kelston School for Deaf sends its netball and rugby teams to Russell

    Kelston School for Deaf sends its netball and rugby teams to Russell.

  7. 1968
    Video — Donated by St Dominic’s Catholic Deaf Centre Image of St Dominic’s Catholic Deaf Centre

    A Deaf Child in the Family

    “A Deaf Child in the Family” is an award-winning film which shows authentic scenes from Deaf education centres at Kelston, St Dominics and Sumner, produced as a resource for families of deaf children.

  8. 2017
    Video — Donated by Meghan Coppage Image of Meghan Coppage

    Memories of Susan Hamilton

    Susan Hamilton is interviewed by Meghan Coppage, where she recounts a range of experiences from her life. From growing up at a Deaf school, to her memories of time in the Deaf community in bygone days, to seeing the changes at Kelston Deaf Education Centre including the transition to new school building.

  9. 1977
    Video — Donated by Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision Image of Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision

    Outreach Drama Workshop

    Written and directed by Kelston School for Deaf Children Standard 3 students, the play depicts a girl's nightmare in which she is abducted by aliens and encounters witches, Frankenstein's Monster and various other creatures.

  10. 1992
    Video — Donated by Television New Zealand Archive Image of Television New Zealand Archive

    New Zealand Police Commissioner considers Deaf access to justice

    Two weeks after 'The Remand of Ivan Curry' screens on TV1, Police Commissioner John Jamieson meets with Jennifer Brain to work out better procedures for dealing with Deaf people in custody.

  11. 1958
    Video — Donated by Susan Hamilton Image of Susan Hamilton

    Rugby Union: Kelston vs St Kentigern College

    Kelston School for the Deaf had a rugby team that played in the secondary school Grade 2C division, coming third in the 1958 season. Kelston beat St Kentigern 16 to 0.

  12. 2002
    Video — Donated by Dorothy Jones Image of Dorothy Jones

    Auckland Schools for Deaf: 60th Reunion

    Weekend celebrations are kickstarted with a Māori Deaf kapa haka group to perform a haka powhiri. Vintage teachers such as Les Bury briefly summarise their experiences of working in Deaf education over the years.

  13. 1959
    Video — Donated by Susan Hamilton Image of Susan Hamilton

    Extended version: Te Pakanga o Whau performs at the opening ceremony of Kelston

    The opening of Kelston on a site in Archibald Road featured the infamous ‘Te Pakanga o Whau’ (The Battle of Whau) in 1959 where 86 deaf students acted in an outside play featuring a Māori-Pakeha battle near a big gum tree field.

  14. 1988
    JOURNAL – NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE DEAF

    NFD Journal: December 1988 (Vol. 2, No. 4)

  15. 1993
    MAGAZINE – NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE DEAF

    NFD Communicate: March 1993

  16. 2004
    Video — Donated by Rūaumoko Komiti Image of Rūaumoko Komiti

    A Day in the Life of Rūaumoko Marae

    Insight into the preparations that go into a powhiri onto Rūaumoko Marae, and rare footage of the powhiri itself, followed by an interview with Patrick Thompson.

  17. 1970
    Video — Donated by Pam and Doug Croskery Image of Pam and Doug Croskery

    Deaf social rugby match: Married vs Single men

    An informal annual rugby game between teams of Deaf men, married and single, which was played on one of Kelston Deaf Education Centre’s fields.

  18. 1972
    MAGAZINE – NEW ZEALAND DEAF NEWS

    NZ Deaf News: 1972 (Vol. 9, No. 2)

  19. 1995
    Video — Donated by Television New Zealand Archive Image of Television New Zealand Archive

    Michael Wi, Māori Deaf

    Michael Wi, is profiled on ‘Marae’, where he shares his experience of growing up as Māori Deaf in a paheka-centric education environment, and learning as an adult about tikanga Māori, and marae protocols.

  20. 1973
    MAGAZINE – NEW ZEALAND DEAF NEWS

    NZ Deaf News: 1973 (Vol. 10, No. 3)

  21. 1967
    MAGAZINE – NEW ZEALAND DEAF NEWS

    NZ Deaf News: 1967 (Vol. 4, No. 4)

  22. 1955
    Video — Donated by Susan Hamilton Image of Susan Hamilton

    Annual Sports Day at Mt Wellington

    Annual school sports day at the large grounds at Mt Wellington, with the school surrounded by farmland. The Titirangi children travelled to Mt Wellington by buses. Mt Wellington closed once the Kelston hostel block opened in 1960.

  23. 1992
    Video — Donated by Victoria University of Wellington Image of Victoria University of Wellington

    Jubilee Ball: Celebrating 50 Years of Deaf Schools in Auckland

    Nearly 500 alumni and members of the Deaf community, well presented with dinner suits, bow ties, evening gowns, hairdos and the works enjoy an evening at the Avondale Racecourse.

  24. 1994
    MAGAZINE – NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE DEAF

    NFD Communicate: March 1994

  25. 1987
    JOURNAL – NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE DEAF

    NFD Journal: June 1987 (Vol. 1, No. 2)

  26. 1965
    Video — Donated by Auckland Deaf Society Image of Auckland Deaf Society

    Washington Xth International Silent Games

    The New Zealand team attending the 10th World Deaf Games in Washington, USA, 1965.

  27. 2004
    Video — Donated by Rūaumoko Komiti Image of Rūaumoko Komiti

    Connecting with Māori culture: an interview with Joanne Klaver

    Raw footage of an interview with solo mother Joanne Klaver, attempting to connect with a Māori culture she was denied growing up, and one of her two sons, Charles, who is also Deaf.

  28. 1969
    MAGAZINE – NEW ZEALAND DEAF NEWS

    NZ Deaf News: 1969 (Vol. 6, No. 2)

  29. 1972
    MAGAZINE – NEW ZEALAND DEAF NEWS

    NZ Deaf News: 1972 (Vol. 9, No. 3)

  30. 1995
    MAGAZINE – NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE DEAF

    NFD Communicate: December 1995

  31. 1999
    Video — Donated by Rūaumoko Komiti Image of Rūaumoko Komiti

    Mai Time features NZSL!

    Mai Time made one of their episodes accessible in NZSL to mark Deaf Awareness Week 1999. KDEC’s sign singing choir and Patrick Thompson made an appearance along with as did Rūaumoko Marae’s kapa haka roopu.

  32. 1992
    JOURNAL – NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE DEAF

    NFD Communicate: March 1992

  33. 1995
    Video — Donated by Television New Zealand Archive Image of Television New Zealand Archive

    The inaugural Deaf Festival is hosted at Kelston Deaf Education Centre

    Deaf children are taught drama skills by two Deaf visitors from the UK, in preparation for their show at the opening night of the inaugural Deaf Festival, hosted by Kelston Deaf Education Centre.

  34. 1997
    Video — Donated by Television New Zealand Archive Image of Television New Zealand Archive

    The modern NZSL dictionary is launched

    The modern dictionary of New Zealand Sign Language has been launched, and the 'Tonight' crew visit Kelston Deaf Education Centre to see Deaf students and their NZSL tutors making good use of the resource.

  35. 1991
    Video — Donated by Television New Zealand Archive Image of Television New Zealand Archive

    Māori Deaf and Deaf education

    A look at the cultural education needs of Māori Deaf students. Māori Deaf are likely to experience more barriers in the education sector. Interviews undertaken by ‘Marae’ shows us that the multiple cultural identities of Māori Deaf are not completely accommodated for with aspirations on how to resolve this.

  36. 1962
    Video — Donated by Susan Hamilton Image of Susan Hamilton

    Driver training for Deaf students

    Two traffic officers visit Kelston to teach older Deaf students the drivers road code.

  37. 1991
    Video — Donated by Television New Zealand Archive Image of Television New Zealand Archive

    Two Deaf children sign a karakia

    A karakia, the Lord’s Prayer, is given by two Deaf children using NZSL for the ‘Marae’ television series. This clip also contains Māori captions of the te reo Māori lyrics.

  38. 1959
    Video — Donated by Susan Hamilton Image of Susan Hamilton

    Parent’s Day at Kelston School for the Deaf (1959)

    Annual Parent’s Day at Kelston School for the Deaf, with rides (horses, fire tank and alike!), performances and end-of-year prizes.

  39. 2004
    Video — Donated by Rūaumoko Komiti Image of Rūaumoko Komiti

    Being Māori Deaf: Interview with Patrick Thompson

    Raw footage of an interview with Patrick Thompson attempting to connect with a Māori culture he was denied growing up. Patrick provides a voice for Māori Deaf, to grow understanding about the challenges they face, and to promote the importance of NZSL.

  40. 1980
    MAGAZINE – NEW ZEALAND DEAF NEWS

    NZ Deaf News: September 1980 (Vol. 17, No. 5)

  41. 1994
    MAGAZINE – NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE DEAF

    NFD Communicate: June 1994

  42. 1993
    Video — Donated by Television New Zealand Archive Image of Television New Zealand Archive

    Spotlight on Pasifika Deaf

    Tangata Pasifika visits Kelston Deaf Education Centre and meets with a number of Pasifika Deaf students part of the school’s transition programme, interviewing Rosie Amituanai and her family.

  43. 1989
    Video — Donated by Deaf Aotearoa Image of Deaf Aotearoa

    National Foundation for the Deaf promotional video

    National Foundation for the Deaf produce a promotional video explaining their role and the purpose of their member organisations.

  44. 1955
    Video — Donated by Susan Hamilton Image of Susan Hamilton

    School for the Deaf pupils visit Auckland Zoo

    Deaf pupils visit Auckland Zoo and enjoy group rides on an elephant at the zoo.

  45. 1960
    Video — Donated by Susan Hamilton Image of Susan Hamilton

    Formal opening of Parau, a beach property with a large brick hostel

    Parents of deaf children raised thousands of pounds to buy a beach property at Parau where a large brick hostel was built. Groups of children, teachers and parents spent many a happy weekend there.

  46. 1992
    MAGAZINE – NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE DEAF

    NFD Communicate: June 1992

  47. 1988
    JOURNAL – NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE DEAF

    NFD Journal: March 1988 (Vol. 2, No. 1)

  48. 1984
    Video — Donated by Susan Hamilton Image of Susan Hamilton

    Auckland Schools for Deaf: 45th Reunion

    Brief footage of the crowd at Kelston for its 45th reunion. The Auckland weather holds up for the outdoor festivities!

  49. 1959
    Video — Donated by Susan Hamilton Image of Susan Hamilton

    Sports Day at Kelston School for the Deaf

    The School for Deaf annual sports day is held at Kelston with athletics, long jumping, relay races and performances.

  50. 1992
    Video — Donated by Susan Hamilton Image of Susan Hamilton

    Sports Day at Kelston Deaf Education Centre

    Kelston Deaf Education Centre hosts its annual sports day, with athletics, swimming and prizegiving.

  51. 1964
    Video — Donated by Susan Hamilton Image of Susan Hamilton

    The Governor-General and his wife visits Kelston School for the Deaf

    The Governor-General Sir Bernard and Lady Fergusson visited Kelston School for the Deaf on 4 April 1964. They were entertained by swimming and gymnastics display by its deaf pupils.

  52. 1971
    MAGAZINE – NEW ZEALAND DEAF NEWS

    NZ Deaf News: 1971 (Vol. 8, No. 2)

  53. 1997
    Video — Donated by Television New Zealand Archive Image of Television New Zealand Archive

    Eunike Mose, Pasifika Deaf student

    Eunike Mose, a profoundly deaf Samoan high school student, and her mother Heather, talk about the challenges of being Deaf, particularly in relation to the family’s Pasifika heritage, and education.

  54. 1993
    Video — Donated by Television New Zealand Archive Image of Television New Zealand Archive

    Sounds or Silence?

    In the early 1990s, due to a breakthrough in technology, cochlear implants were starting to become the norm. The Deaf community worldwide viewed cochlear implants as a device that disregarded the need for access to sign language. Others considered such devices a miracle. In 1993, ‘60 Minutes’ investigated this controversial topic in New Zealand.

  55. 1986
    Video — Donated by Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision Image of Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision

    The Magic Park

    In November 1986, film maker Ann Andrews organised a week-long drama workshop for six 13 year olds from Kelston School for the Deaf. The workshop concluded with the play, The Magic Park, written and acted by the students.

  56. 1986
    Video — Donated by Ngaire Doherty Image of Ngaire Doherty

    A 'Mime and Masks' show by Deaf Drama Group: A Visit to Kiwiland

    A Deaf Drama group perfoms 'A Visit to Kiwiland' at Kelston with supporting acts by the Sign Singers. The evening fundraised $766.00 towards the purchase of a TTY and to sponsor two pupils from Kelston to attend the World Deaf Games in Christchurch 1989.

  57. 1959
    Video — Donated by Auckland Deaf Society Image of Auckland Deaf Society

    Te Pakanga O Whau – The Battle of Whau: Drama by Kelston School for the Deaf

    The Battle of Whau: a drama by Kelston Deaf students for the opening ceremony of Kelston School for the Deaf, 7th November 1959.

  58. 1956-57
    Video — Donated by Susan Hamilton Image of Susan Hamilton

    Kelston School for Deaf: Clearing of the Ground and Construction

    Students from the Titirangi School for the Deaf visit the construction site of the future Kelston School for the Deaf.

  59. 1988
    JOURNAL – NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE DEAF

    NFD Journal: July 1988 (Vol. 2, No. 2)

  60. 2009
    Video — Donated by Kerry Titcombe Image of Kerry Titcombe

    Deaf couple win medals: Kerry Titcombe and Michael Lynch

    Michael Lynch and Kerry Titcombe won karate medals when they competed in the Deaflympics in Taiwan (gold and bronze). They are both interviewed on the grounds of Kelston Deaf Education Centre, along with the President of Deaf Sports New Zealand, Nicki Morrison.

  61. 1973
    MAGAZINE – NEW ZEALAND DEAF NEWS

    NZ Deaf News: 1973 (Vol. 10, No. 2)

  62. 1956
    Video — Donated by Susan Hamilton Image of Susan Hamilton

    Picnic by the Parau Camp House

    Titirangi students and their families picnic at the Parau Camp House in West Auckland. The property was purchased in 1955 and groups of children, teachers and parents spent many a happy weekend here.

  63. 1992
    Video — Donated by Victoria University of Welliington Image of Victoria University of Welliington

    A journey through the 50 years of Auckland Schools for the Deaf

    A NZSL narrated video taking viewers through the history of Auckland Schools for the Deaf, from Newton East, Myers Park, Titirangi, Mt Wellington and finally, Kelston.

  64. 1995
    MAGAZINE – NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE DEAF

    NFD Communicate: September 1995