Our kapa haka group performance at this year’s Polyfest can be seen on Maori Televsion – http://www.maoritelevision.com/search/all/mcauley
Te Reo Maori (11MAO)
This course will enable students to develop their listening, writing, reading and speaking skills in the Maori language. They will also have the opportunity to participate in aspects of the Maori culture.
Te Reo Maori (12MAO)
This course will enable students to develop their listening, writing, reading and speaking skills in the Maori language. Students will be encouraged to communicate their feelings and attitudes using Te Reo Maori. Maori customs and protocols play a large part in this course and students will learn how to behave and act appropriately in a Maori environment. There will be opportunities to put all of these skills into practice through participate in Maori customs and protocols.
Te Reo Maori (13MAO)
This course will enable students to undertake everyday tasks using Te Reo Maori with confidence. They will be able to express their feelings and communicate with others. Students will be able to participate in tikanga Maori occasions with mana and dignity.