Te Wānanga Māori

Nau mai, kuhu mai ki te whare rorohiko o Te Wānanga Māori

Te Wānanga Māori programmes involve Māori education and career development and aim to help all students gain a greater understanding of things Māori, and help Māori students return to their heritage.

Māori Art

Te Reo Māori

Waka Ama

Work Skills

 



  


 

 

Matariki

“When the constellation of stars known to Māori as Matariki rises it marks the winter solstice, or the longest night. This signifies the end of the old year and beginning of the new. For Māori it is a time of harvest, coming together, remembrance and celebration. It is a time to plan for the future a look ahead to what the new year brings. We celebrate Matariki because it is an integral part of all of us. For more information on Matariki watch the videos in 3 parts below”

Part 1

Part 2

 

Part 3

 

 

Matariki DVD commissioned by Carter Observatory about the history, stories and star lore of Matariki. Please note copyright rests with Carter Observatory.

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