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  • Tauranga Libraries

    Parkvale | https://library.tauranga.govt.nz/

    We will Ako, Tākaro, Waiata, and Kōrero. Te Reo Māori Pronunciation SessionsKōrero & Kēmu SessionsSaturday Drop in sessions making learning resourcesKete Akoranga - takeaway bags with DIY te reo Māori learning resources

  • Kaikohe Christian School

    Kaikohe | https://www.kcs.school.nz/

    We will Ako, Pānui, Waiata, and Kōrero. Assemble together to mark the moment as one.

  • Orewa Primary School


    We will Ako, Whakarongo, and Waiata.

  • Te Kohanga Reo O Paparakau Tuarua


    We will Ako, Pānui, Whakarongo, Tākaro, Waiata, and Kōrero.

  • Mangoroa


    Transfering whakatauki into art

  • Browns Bay Taiaotea Kindergarten

    Auckland | http://kaitiakikindergartens.org.nz/

    We will Ako, Pānui, Whakarongo, Tākaro, Waiata, and Kōrero.

  • Wairarapa College Supported Learning Centre

    Masterton | https://waicol.co.nz/

    We will Waiata, and Kōrero. I am planning on getting all the students and teachers together to practise singing our school song as well as some of our other favourite te reo Maori songs.

  • Ruapotaka School

    Auckland | http://www.ruapotaka.school.nz/

    Each class will be taking part throughout the day (Monday) in Te Reo sessions (Maori Quiz) The rest of the week will be followed up by art, kapa haka, sharing at end of week assembly, reading to class.

  • Taikura Rudolf Steiner School

    Hastings | http://www.taikura/

    We are gathering as a whole school, on the school field and doing a 5 different waiata; our school waiata, a waiata kiinaki, 2 waiata-a-rohe, and ending with the National Anthem.

  • Digital Arts Network New Zealand

    Auckland | http://www.dan.co.nz/

    We will Ako, Whakarongo, Tākaro, and Kōrero.

  • Parnell District School


    We will Ako, Pānui, Whakarongo, Tākaro, Waiata, and Kōrero. Will organise my work place to have fun using reo Maori in as many ways as possible

  • Koromatua School

    Hamilton | https://www.koromatua.school.nz/

    We will Ako, Whakarongo, Tākaro, Waiata, and Kōrero. Our kura will do a mass haka and waiata. We'll play a Te Reo Māori game, listen to Māori waiata, read Te Reo Māori pukapuka and speak Te Reo Māori.

  • Te Kura Tuarua o Òpunakē


    Greet students and staff in Te Reo Māori everyday. Teach the student the basic greetings

  • Early Learning Counties Manukau Wattle Cove

    Auckland | http://cmka.org.nz/

    We will Whakarongo, and Waiata. Continuing to speak te reo Maori with our children throughout the day, reading Maori myths and legends and further researching this, tending to our gardens, creating Maori art.

  • MedScreen Ltd

    Auckland | http://www.medscreen.co.nz/

    We will Ako, Whakarongo, and Kōrero. I'm hoping my colleague's daughters, who are both fluent in Te Reo Maori, might be able to share some of their time with us and we can have a lesson at work.

  • NMIT - Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology

    Nelson | http://nmit.ac.nz/

    We will Ako, Pānui, Whakarongo, Tākaro, Waiata, and Kōrero. Still to be confirmed as to exact details but in previous years we have had Waiata sessions, Kai, Movies and a number of other events.

  • Oasis Network Inc

    Lower Hutt | http://www.oasisnetwork.org.nz/

    We will Tākaro, Waiata, and Kōrero. Starting the day with a karakia and waiata. Encouraging staff to greet clients and those that walk in our doors with a Maori greeting. At the end of the week to have a shared kai with clients and our neighbours on our floor.

  • Te Puni Kōkiri - Tāmaki Makaurau

    Tāmaki Makaurau | https://www.tpk.govt.nz/en

    E rāranga ake nei a mātou kaupapa whakanui i tō tātou reo Māori hai te wiki o te reo Māori. • Whakanuia Te Reo =Tāmaki Makaurau regional office will participate in Māori language week with our Māori language moment at 12pm, Monday 14 September with a dedicated waiata followed by our hākari whakanui i te reo mā te rumaki i a mātou ki te reo (We have attentively registered) • Kōrero Kawhe = Ka rere tonu te reo Māori i te kaupapa kōrero kawhe. (incentivised kawhe me te kōrero) • Ihumanea =Tāmaki office will run daily reo quizzes with special incentives for participation. • Te Kupu o Te Rā = Our regular kupu o te rā will be maintained. • Reo Rūmaki =Tuesday 15th and Thursday 17th of September we will continue with our reo only time zones 10am – 12pm every Tues & Thurs.

  • Pomaria Primary School

    Auckland | http://facebook/

    The entire school is busy with classroom & also syndicate ( groups of classes) activities in class. These will be displayed, presented, etc at a school assembly & in class on Friday 18 Sept 2020.

  • Tuakau School


    We will Ako, Pānui, Whakarongo, Tākaro, Waiata, and Kōrero.

  • HRC


    korero te reo ake o Ngati Porou mo ake tonu atu Akongia te reo ki taku hoa te pirimana tiwhi o te Tairawhiti

  • St Catherine's College


  • Department of Corrections


    Te wiki o te reo scavenger hunt. Teams compete in variety of activities.

  • Te Arawa Fisheries


    Learn Karakia Play waiata in the office Tikanga lesson with our kaumatua

  • Te Kura o Waitahanui

    Waitahanui, Taupō

    We will Ako, Pānui, Whakarongo, Tākaro, Waiata, and Kōrero.

  • Arahoe School

    Auckland | https://www.arahoe.school.nz/home

    We will Ako, Pānui, Whakarongo, Tākaro, and Waiata.

  • Nōku Te Ao Charitable Trust

    Christchurch | http://www.nokuteao.maori.nz/

    We will Ako, Pānui, Whakarongo, Tākaro, Waiata, and Kōrero. Mahuru Māori Anake - for the whole month we are speaking in te reo Māori only when on the floor (we are an early learning centre), to ngā tamariki, ngā mātua and to each other.

  • Te Kauwhata Primary School

    Te Kauwhata

    We will Pānui, Tākaro, and Waiata.

  • nib


    We will Waiata, and Kōrero.

  • Rumaki Māori -Sutton Park School


    Ka mihimihi tētahi o ngā tamariki. Ka waiatatia i tētahi waiata. Mēna 12 karaka te wā- a muri ka karakia mātou kia reri ahau mo te tina.