Students are able to access resources made by both students and teachers who support the language through pronunciation and the culture through the incorporation of tikanga practices in our Kura.
Support material is available for Kapa Haka students to practice their waiata, actions and kupu at home.
Te kupu o te wiki
A ropu (group) of Te Reo Maori representatives create a fun video each week to support the school in learning her kupu.
These kupu are displayed in the classroom and available for teachers to show their class.
There is now a link to an amazing resource called Māori Movement. It is fitness videos using traditional Māori movements all centred around the main kaitiaki (guardians or gods). It is a very cool site! There is also links to some Māori mindfulness and yoga.
Home play. So far this has making Poi, and flax weaving. More will be added as time goes on. In the pages are some history, tikanga (cultural practice or rules) as well as videos explaining how to use what they have made or other things to make.