Hailey

Hailey Wetere | May 2021

At high school it was my passion it was my reason to go to be apart of something, I become a mother and used what I had with my older tamariki but I felt like I’d lost it over the years.
At high school it was my passion it was my reason to go to be apart of something, I become a mother and used what I had with my older tamariki but I felt like I’d lost it over the years. I went back to learn with Te Wananga o Aotearoa I’m now a Kaiawhina in a full immersion early childhood centre and 2 of my 3 youngest attend, speak and converse in Te reo Maori my baby is like a sponge soaking it all in so when she is a little older she too will be fluent. There are no words to describe how proud I am to be able to korero Te reo Maori in our community. He tino taonga Te reo Maori Te reo o ngà rangatira ngà típuna màtua ♥️