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Te Takanga O Te Wā

Thursday 25th January

Te Rangimārie Marae, Rangiotu

How do Rangitāne ensure that the stories that they share are cared for by us as schools?

Through culturally responsive practiseHautū - a tool for BOT to work throughTātaiako & Ka HikitiaTreaty of WaitangiPartnership with our iwi - RangitāneWhat are the tikanga & kawa of RangitāneRangitāne ReoMatauranga - knowledgeMatāwaka - a word used to acknowledge all of the canoes/whānau that have come from N - this is to acknowledge that children come from all over NZ - how do we as a school respect/uphold the tikanga & kawa of other iwi represented in our schools. TLIF - Improving education outcomes for Māori and therefore all learners in partnership with Rangitāne iwi.
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Hau - a powerful man. In Hawaiiki, he worked to build a waka. It was his job to make sure the spiritual aspect of the journey were adhered to. He was a visionary with a new idea...Hau wasn't allowed to go on the journey bec…