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Is Indigeneity in whare taonga a myth?

I always wonder why we as indigenous people constantly feel like we are hard done by?  It saddens me that most of the time we seem to take the low road instead of the high road.  548 more words


The oneness of everything

The oneness of everything. The whole. Interconnectivity. Or as Bateson said; the pattern that joins.

Oneness and relationship is a core theme in systems thinking and at the heart of making meaningful change. 136 more words


Te Kupu o Te Wiki – Mākū (wet)

Kia ora. To encourage the use of Te Reo Māori we are publishing weekly kupu (words) and phrases that can be used with children.

Kiwaha (idiom) 49 more words

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Art- Pastel Pou

Another awesome Art Attack activity- this one was undertaken by Year 7 and 8 students.

Students designed their own designs for a pou, an upright, supporting structure that is part of a wharenui (Māori meeting house). 163 more words


Light & Shadow

“Turn your face to the sun and

 the shadows fall behind you.”

~Maori Proverb

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To Life!

Art- Swirling Pastel Koru

It’s that time of year again- Art Attack!
Each year my school has two days which we dedicate solely to art projects. The projects are completed by five (I think!) different schools, and the pieces judged to be the best at each school, within each category are then sent on to be displayed and judged at the local A&P show. 262 more words