Belmont | http://school/
Belmont | http://school/
Christchurch | https://www.facebook.com/Halswellplaycentre
We are hosting a mat time at our centre where we will read and listen to a book in te reo , sing some songs, do rakau games, use our poi and korero in te reo.
Post words around the office, to provide te Reo conversion for every day items. Utilise greetings on our emails
Auckland | https://home.kpmg/nz/en/home.html
Tena koutou, we had a little practice, then we said the Serenity prayer in te Reo Maori and sung a himene, Ko te Whaea. There were 7 of us involved :)
Auckland | https://www.transformationacademy.org.nz/
Implementing more Te Reo into our workplace as well as encouraging our students to learn and part take in Maori Language Week.
Ruawai | https://www.ruawaicollege.school.nz/
The school has a Haka that we will be performing
Rolleston | http://www.selwyn.govt.nz/
Our leadership team led a group of staff in singing our Council waiata.
Hamilton | http://www.nnmd.co/
Auckland | http://Instagram@viaductharbour/
Kia ora. We are including reo in our social media and emails today. We always try to do this but today we are making sure the first words that are spoken in every exchange are reo.
Maori Waiata- Te Aroha
Nelson | https://www.nelsonhospice.org.nz/
Christchurch | http://connetics.co.nz/
CCHL group got together to sing a waiata and say a karakia
He puna reo maori taku, e whakahaere ana mai taku whare. Ka mahi ahau kei raro i nga parirau o Sprouts. 13 oku tamariki e 3 ngā kaimahi. Mauri ora Hakui Tammy
Christchurch | https://nz.cogo.co/
Start off our morning meetings using te reo grettings and saying. Using te reo in emails and communications with external bodies for the week
Pōneke | https://www.health.govt.nz/
My team is committing to including te reo Māori on our social media channels where we can!
Otautahi | http://inz/
Kia Ora! We are the music therapy programme at Te Herenga Waka Victoria University of Wellington. Today at 12 noon we were finishing a class with Waireti Roestenburg, learning about Ihirangaranga, Maori Sacred Sound Science. We were practising sharing words associated with the practice: (e.g. Rongoa; Mahara, ), learnt about Waireti's approach and indigenous practices with music, sound and healing. We sang two Waiata (but not quite at twelve!), "E Rona e" and "Aio Mauritau Aio" (Te Manaaroha Rollo). We will upload our photo shortly.
Ideas to help you get started. It could be as easy as playing (and singing along to) a Māori language waiata, starting your Zoom call with "mōrena", or blessing your kai with a karakia!Get Inspired! >