Kristin Gillies

Auckland

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I never got the chance to know my roots my culture outlet te reo I wann be able pass that...

I was born in NZ and I feel that it is essential for us as a nation to embrace our...

I don't have any confidence about trying to correctly say any names or words in te reo and I would...

Te Reo Maori he herenga ki ahau ki te whenua, te rangi, te moana, nga awa, nga ngahere, nga manu,...

There are many things that define New Zealanders and connect us to our home but te reo Māori is unique...

Te Reo Maori me ona Tikanga is what I have been brought up with since I was small...

So that my children will be able to speak our language fluently...

I signed up but then at the time all the staff at work that day joined in, speaking the te...

Our RTLB Cluster 9 Otahuhu/Mangere celebrated Te Wiki o te reo Māori by allowing the Māori RTLB to open our...

At Havelock North High our staff were recorded singing our school song ‘’Pepeha” and was streamed into classrooms for the...

Kei awhi whanau childcare centre - Day 3...

Te Reo me ona Tikanga...

To speak Maori...

Kia tautoko te kaupapa o te wiki o te reo Māori...

I want to be able to speak fluent Te Reo so I can connect to my culture...

I'm a beginner learner and loved studying Te Ara Reo Māori last year and wanted to continue to improve my...

Maori is deeply rooted in its language, culture and heritage, people of this land...

Ko Jo Corlett ahau...

KIA ORA AI TE REO MAORI, KIA TAUTOKO TE KAUPAPA O TE REO MAORI...

This is part of who we are...

Because i really want to learn Te Reo Maori from the beginning to carry on our Whanau legacy and Tikanga...

I've lived in NZ 13 years now...

Maori is a language unique to Aotearoa, and it is up to all NZers to keep this reo alive so...

I did not have the opportunity to even decide for myself if I wanted to learn Te Reo Maori as...

Its important for everyone to learn Te Reo Māori as this is our native language of New Zealand...

I think it's important for every New Zealander to learn and speak te reo, kia ora ai te reo mō...

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To be able to effectively communicate with my patients...

My why is for my son who is Māori-Tongan...

I akō au I tāku kaiako e Putputi ā Te Wānunga ō Aotearoa...

It's the first and native language of Aotearoa and my husband and kids are Māori...

Because we feel it is essential to learn and understand, and be able to communicate in one of NZ's official...

I want to teach my Vietnamese students some Te Reo Māori phrases!

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I want to connect to my language and learn more...

My why? I missed out on learning te reo in my childhood home yet it was the first language of...

I want to pass on our ancestors' language to my tamariki...

Reo Māori is the essence of who I am...

My why is my whakapapa...

I believe that it is important for everyone in Aotearoa, Māori or not to understand the importance of speaking te...