Kura Reo ki Whirinaki: Te Kurataiaho Kapea

April 27, 2022, 12:25 p.m.

Te Kurataiaho Kapea of Ngāti Whātua gives us an insight into the experience of attending a Kura Reo ki Whirinaki. The reo Māori wānanga was held by Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Hokianga, with the majority of whānau attending between the ages of 20 - 40, though tamariki and kaumātua also took part. Although te reo Māori is the focus for these wānanga, Te Kurataiaho reminds us that all aspects of te ao Māori are interwoven throughout the many learning experiences.

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