Te Reo Māori
The reo Māori initiatives below are aimed at increasing the visibility, the application and the everyday usage of te reo Māori in multiple contexts including but not limited to Orākei and the homes of hapū members, in both spoken and written forms.
It seeks to make visible and audible the Māori language so that it permeates our environment and reaches the ears and hearts of our people to advance the cultural capital, health and identity of our people
Me kōrero Māori ngā uri me ngā kaimahi katoa o Ngāti Whātua ki roto i ngā kāinga,
tae atu ki ngā puna reo, kura, wāhi mahi, puta noa ki ngā marae.
All NWO staff and descendants, regardless of their level of knowledge, to improve their proficiency in the Māori language by 2020.
Ngā Wānanga Reo Māori
E te whānau, nau mai, haere mai. Come and increase your level of te reo māori within a supportive and fun environment. All our kaiako are whānau members. Childcare is available. Partners / spouses and Whai Maia staff are also welcome.
31 August – 1 September: Full immersion wānanga targeted at speakers of te reo Māori.
If you have any questions contact:
Kura Pō Advanced with Valance Smith
E ngā mātanga reo, nau mai hoki mai ki ngā karaehe rumaki i a Valance Smith. Ia pōhina, mai i te6 Akuhata ki te 10 Hepetema. Wā: 5:45 pm – 8:00 pm ki Whareora, 230 Kupe Street. Karawhiua!