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  • Tokoroa Police Safety 3


    To be able to communicate more in Te Reo, which would help me learn and speak in my own native tongue of Samoan and Tokelauan

  • New Zealand Prostitute's Collective

    Sing waiata

  • Ngā Puna o Waiōrea - Western Springs College

    Henderson | http://www.waiorea.school.nz/

    ALL Year 9 Students take Te Reo Māori Whole school event: School Waiata & Haka on Monday 14th Septmber 2020 can view through this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1J5dSc-sH1OKWzz9VDSbFNGwuqJngHf4w/view?usp=sharing

  • Western Springs College - Nga Puna O Waiorea

    Auckland | https://westernsprings.school.nz/


  • Zoom into Te Reo


    I'm currently teaching beginners in te reo through Community Education (night school). Next term I will be teaching at our local community centre in Karori. For myself I'm comfortable with basic kōrero but I know I need to study more and learn more advanced reo.

  • Arataki Systems

    Kirikiriroa | https://arataki.app/

    Use te Reo as much as possible within our business, spoken and written.

  • Auckland Council - People & Performance


  • R17 rossintermediate

    palmerston north | https://www.rossint.school.nz/

  • Ross Intermediate room 17

    Palmerston North

  • Room 17 rossintermediate

    palmerston north | https://www.rossint.school.nz/

  • Room 17

    Palmerston North

  • Room 17 Ross Intermidiate

    Palmerston North | https://www.rossint.school.nz/

  • South Auckland SDA School


  • Worksafe NZ - Te Tari o Whangārei te rerenga parāoa

    Tai tokeraru

    Pepeha practice - Marae experience at Kawiti Marae - Ngāti Hine o Ngaphi. Hitori o nga tupuna - Hineamaru/ Kawiti/Ruku Whakawhanaungatanga - Te Ana o Ruku - Glow worm caves Hakari - Hangi Whakawātea

  • Te Taura Here I Te Ao Kohanga Reo


    te reo

  • Kaitao Intermediate


  • Sephora

    Auckland | http://sephora/

    We are learning the days of the week with through Video of which I have made to educate our staff and integrate the reo in our everyday language. We celebrated with make up theme day creating conversation with our clients coming into store and telling them what we are doing.

  • Manunui School


  • Belmont primary school

    Auckland | http://google/

  • Te Puke Intermediate

    Te Puke

    We will be in Tauranga Art Gallery. We will sing a Waiata - Uuia Mai - to thank our hosts.

  • Belmont primary school


  • North Beach Community Preschool Inc.


  • James Hargest College- Junior Campus


    I tēnei wiki, we are not only integrating Te Reo into our akonga (as we normally do) we are using all aspects of Te Reo for our programme this week. We have played lots of kemu, looked at the history of Te Reo and it's importance. We have sung waiata, my tauira have been practicing their pepeha, we have read pukapuka māori and have written basic structure using Te Reo Māori picture books to guide us. We have a rewards system for tauira who extend their Te Reo further and kōrero i roto i te reo māori i ngā wa katoa (when they can)

  • colleen

    Tāmaki Makaurau | http://colleen.nz/

    colleen.nz will be sharing translations of words we use every day in the salon; hair, hairbrush, curling iron etc. we are an online store so will share them via our social media

  • Maataa Wka

    Shared kai and korero te reo throughout the duration. waiata/karkia every morning.

  • Dargaville Primary School


    I use greetings, phrases and short sentences in my classroom.

  • Te Kupenga Net Trust


    Wananga nga korero purakau, whakakaha nga kaimahi katoa ki te ako te reo, whakaako oriori

  • Long Bay Primary School


  • Little Creatures Hobsonville

    Titirangi | http://www.littlecreatures.co.nz/

    We will introduce Little Creatures to the public in Te Reo Maori - a collage of the staff talking from different parts of the venue

  • Massey University

    Auckland | http://www.massey.ac.nz/maori

    The Covid-19 pandemic has seen the cancellation of planned campus events, however the Māori @ Massey team have developed a special 5+ a day social media campaign to encourage and celebrate te reo Māori. Throughout the week, we will be offering of 5 te reo Māori online ‘fruits’ via the Māori @ Massey Facebook and Instagram pages. Each day will include - 9am Karakia10am Kupu (word) of the day12pm Whakatauki (proverb) of the day2pm Kīwaha (colloquial saying) of the day6pm Māori short filmTe Wiki o te reo Māori QuizMany Māori kupu (words) have become part of everyday speech in Aotearoa, New Zealand. Even if you aren't a te reo Māori speaker you might be surprised at how many kupu you know. Take the 100 Kupu Quiz and find out. Get 100% and earn yourself a prize.We also have a fun Māori Knowledge Quiz with prices for top scores.