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Te Aho Matua - Te Ao
4.7 Kia whāia anō e ngā tamariki ngā ture o te ao, otirā ngā Pūtaiao e pā ana ki te moana, ki te whenua, ki te rangi, ki ngā mahi tataitai hoki.
Friday 16 September - Early Finish
Kura will finish at lunchtime, to allow whānau to get to Haeata in time to watch our Wharekura perform on the National Kapa Haka stage!
There will be staff at kura until 1pm, please make arrangements to pick up your tamariki before 1pm.
Unfortunately tickets are limited to 125 per performing kura, and there is no Livestream for this event. Recorded footage will be released in Week 9. We will share links for viewing once they become available.
Advertising for the recruitment of the Tumuaki position is underway. Whānau can check out the details by going on our website here. We ask that whānau share far and wide.
Tamariki Mīharo - Wiki 7
Te Heru o Kahukura
Poho kererū ēnei tamariki. I tuhi rātou katoa he mihi kia whakanui i ā rātou Pāpā. Koinei te nui o taku aroha ki a koe Pāpā.
Ko te Ikaroa te kaupapa nui, waihoki ko ngā kōrero o Tahu nui ā Rangi, arā Aurora Australis. Ko te mahi kōruru hoki te mahi o nehe e whakarauora ana i te akomanga.
Kapa Haka ā-Motu
WHĀNAU PLEASE CHECK YOUR EMAIL FOR LATEST HAKA PĀNUI
TAUIRA MUST ATTEND FINAL WĀNANGA 10-11 HEPETEMA
16 Hepetema - Whakataetae ā-Motu ki Haeata
Pāngarau - Te Tunu Parāoa Parai
E mihi ana ki ngā kaitaraiwa hou o te Wharekura! Tokoiwa kua whai, tokoiwa kua angitu! Mīharo te tautoko o Ngā Maata Waka me ngā pouako Alistair rāua ko Tyla!
Learner Drivers on a street near you!
Dejah Tuilau, Cambell Codyre, Awhina Biddle-Ruru, Beaudene Siataga-Franklin, Malia Solomon, Te Kaea Raroa, Kaipo Ngai Tokowaru, Tāiki Pou me Rongomaiwhiti Roberts.
Te Ara Pūtahi
Te Ara Pūtahi is for secondary aged rangatahi across Ōtautahi. Our aim is to provide students with a space to prepare for end of year exams, finish those last-minute holiday assignments or to keep them busy over the holiday period. Activities include; tailored NCEA/Marautanga tutoring, cultural workshops, pathway planning, career seminars, whanaungatanga/games/ice breakers & HEAPS of kai!
Date: Monday 3rd – Wednesday 5th October
Time: 10:00am – 3:30pm (each day)
Venue: Te Puna Wānaka, Ara City Campus
Contact: Tia Hunt: 021 243 8544 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Students can register for this free programme here: Te Ara Pūtahi Student Registration
We also have a registration form for teachers, kaiawhina, tutors or parents who would like to help out at the event – koha provided: Te Ara Pūtahi Kaiawhina Registration