The Te Reo Māori classroom - heaps of great stuff (including this growth mindset piece).
The tui chatters, the parrot gabbles, the wood pigeon coos.
The honi is a Polynesian greeting in which two people greet each other by pressing noses and inhaling at the same time. This is a very honorific as this represents the exchange of ha--the breath of life, and mana--spiritual power between two people.
The Treaty of Waitangi is an inherent part of our practice where Tikanga and te reo are woven into the fabric of our day.here are our kara.
At Otonga, we learn a new Whakatauki (Māori proverb) each term, and explore ways that we can depict the meaning through our learning, and s.