Connecting Te Hiku Schools to the Teachings of Pūtaiao

May 24, 2023, 11:57 a.m.

Making science interactive and exciting for school-aged tamariki has been a passion for Joanne Murray of Te Rarawa. Tūhura Papatūānuku Geo Noho is marae-based wānanga taiao/pūtaiao (science) aimed at providing equitable access to skilled scientists and science resources for tamariki Māori.

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