Te Reo Kaakaho “Ki te kotahi te kaakaho ka whati, ki te kaapuia, e kore e whati.” Purpose: To grow confident speakers of te reo Maaori and strengthen knowledge of Waikato Tikanga
Te Reo Kaakaho
“Ki te kotahi te kaakaho ka whati, ki te kaapuia, e kore e whati.”
Purpose: To grow confident speakers of te reo Maaori and strengthen knowledge of Waikato Tikanga and connection to the iwi.
Te Reo Kaakaho is a series of waananga to advance tribal members’ ability to use te reo Maaori and progress their practice of Waikato tikanga. Te Reo Kaakaho provides our people with a place to speak, to practice and to try new ways of developing their reo.
This programme caters for beginner to intermediate speakers of te reo Maaori. To enrol, you must be registered to one of our 68 Raupatu marae and be 15 years of age or older.
The cost to participate is $20 per waananga.
Te Reo Kaakaho will be delivered over 5 x 1-day waananga and will be held at Te Wharekura o Raakaumanga, Huntly on the following dates:
- Sunday 27 May 2018
- Sunday 29 July 2018
- Sunday 23 September 2018
- Sunday 14 October 2018
Te Puna Kaiako: Heemi Kelly, Te Mihinga Komene, Tiare Teinakore, Hariru Roa, Wiki Papa, Mihi Hope, Jamie Cowell
Please contact Rangiiria Barclay-Kerr at firstname.lastname@example.org, 0800 TAINUI
(Sunday) 8:00 am
Te Wharekura o Rakaumangamanga
147 Harris St, Huntly, Huntly West 3700, New Zealand