Te Wahanga Māori

Whakatau mai ki te wāhanga whakapūaki reo rangatira mai i te kāhui maunga ki Tangaroa, "ko mātou te awa, ko te awa ko mātou." Naumai

Tō mātou ruruku:

Karanga karanga ki a Ranginui e tū iho nei,

Karanga karanga ki a Papatūānuku e takoto ake nei,

Kia rarau ngā tapuwae ā tāngata,

He putanga ariki he putanga tauira,

Kia hora pai ai te ara kupu matua,

Nā Rongo,

Nā Tāne,

Nā Rēhua,

Ka puta ki ngā hau tapu a Tāwhirimātea,

Ki te whai ao ki te ao mārama....


E rongo whakairia ki runga ki runga ai

Tūturu o whiti whakamaua kia Tīna! Tīna!

Haumie hui e, Taiki e!

Welcome to our Wahanga Māori page.

Nau mai haere mai and welcome to our Te Reo Māori page. The whānau of Carlton extend a warm welcome to you all.

Te Whare Manaaki - Our blog

Is our cultural space. We conduct whānau hui and learning within our whare. The whare, as the name suggests, is to nurture "manaakitanga." The whare is instantly recognisable within the school.

Te Wahanga Māori 2019

Ngā Pōupōu

Kei te tū kaha ngā pōupōu ārahi!

We have five new pōu in the school! These are located in the central part of the school directly behind our office block.

The human like figures represent all the members of our school community. Each figure has a "korowai" which represent the values of our school. Each korowai is a "wrap around" to guide and nurture our school community.

Me ora te mauri!!

Te Pono

Te Whakaute

Tū te mana, tū te mauri

Te Kotahitanga

Te Matatika

2019 Guidelines for Parents - Te Rōpū Reo Māori

Children selected will need to meet any one or more of the following criteria listed below:

  1. Parents or caregivers request their child or children participate within the group (Māori/Non-Māori).
  2. They identify as Māori on the school role with clear tribal affiliations.
  3. Are keen and productive learners.
  4. They attended Rōpū Reo Māori in previous years.
  5. Strong recommendation from the classroom teacher.
  6. The child themselves WANT to be part of the group. (Children may opt out even if they meet the criteria).

Visit the Te Whare Manaaki website to see what's been happening.

Te Wahanga Māori 2018

Te Wiki o te Reo Māori

Puanga Celebrations

Puanga was a great success and greatly supported by our whānau. It started early with a ruruku around our fire and continued on to some excellent activities for our tamariki.

Ngā mihi whānau mā!!

Puanga

Rōpū 2018

Criteria for selection of the children participating in Rōpū Activities

Criteria is set as the following:

Children selected will need to meet any one or more of the following criteria listed below:

  1. Parents or caregivers request their child or children participate within the group (Māori/Non-Māori).
  2. They identify as Māori on the school role with clear tribal affiliations.
  3. Are keen and productive learners.
  4. They attended Rōpū Reo Māori in 2016.
  5. Strong recommendation from the classroom teacher.
  6. The child themselves WANT to be part of the group. (Children may opt out even if they meet the criteria).

Visit the Te Whare Manaaki website to see what's been happening.

2017

Puanga arts 2017

Puanga 2017

This year the community came together to support our Māori new year. We started early in the morning with formal ceremonies and ended the day at the beach creating art pieces and building master pieces.

Visit the Puanga 2017 photo gallery here

Ngā Pōu Manaaki

Creating symbols to remind us that we care for the "mana" of others.


Te Whare Manaaki

Beginning the year with clothing and decorating our whare. The tamariki were so proud.

Contact:

Office: em: carltonoffice@welearn.school.nz

ph: 06 3450336