Our Mahi

 

The Mana Whenua Education facilitators mahi (work) encompasses a large scope of works but is generally made up of these components:

Haeata, Cultural Manifestations and Naming

Developing specific cultural narratives for education spaces from local cultural, historical and environmental aspects

Aupaki Kāhui Ako, Staff Development Day, Rāpaki

Supporting educators with the development of Ngāi Tahutanga and Mātauranga Māori in the curriculum

Queenspark Primary, Cultural Narrative Workshop

Assisting education providers to best support Māori learner success as Māori

I loved the questions you asked today. You’re thought provoking and you challenge our thinking. You do so in a really encouraging way. I’ve learnt a lot from you in the time that we’ve worked together.
Thanks for your visit, a while ago now.  It really inspired me to figure out how we can improve our practice, particularly te reo.
In general, a thank you for providing us with this remarkable opportunity to connect, be inspired, inquire, and consider our own paradigm/situation and how to improve outcomes for our Māori students and, in fact, all students!
 
 

Meet our Mana Whenua Facilitators here