We created this video to show one of the Matariki (Maori New Year) stories for our Matariki celebration at school.

We created this video to show one of the Matariki (Maori New Year) stories for our Matariki celebration at school.

Matariki wananga 2012 Display

Matariki wananga 2012 Display

Our new Kapahaka song to the tune of 'Moves like Jagger'

Our new Kapahaka song to the tune of 'Moves like Jagger'

2012 Pae Tamariki Performance

2012 Pae Tamariki Performance

Te Roopu Whanau performs Okatia a song about a Giant Totara tree who carved the Manawatu River.

Te Roopu Whanau performs Okatia a song about a Giant Totara tree who carved the Manawatu River.

Our school singing a waiata; Te Manu.  It's a proverb saying the bird who seeks the nettle berry has the whole forest - meaning the person who seeks education has the whole world in their hands.

Our school singing a waiata; Te Manu. It's a proverb saying the bird who seeks the nettle berry has the whole forest - meaning the person who seeks education has the whole world in their hands.

Our Roopu's last performance of 2011 - the Pae Tamariki Festival.

Our Roopu's last performance of 2011 - the Pae Tamariki Festival.

Our Roopu perform at the International Pacific College for Spring Festival.

Our Roopu perform at the International Pacific College for Spring Festival.


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Kapa Haka Te Matarae I Orehu - Google Search

Kapa Haka Te Matarae I Orehu - Google Search

https://flic.kr/p/9gaiFx | New Zealand: Maori Culture 010 | Interpretive dance of a traditional Maori love story.

https://flic.kr/p/9gaiFx | New Zealand: Maori Culture 010 | Interpretive dance of a traditional Maori love story.

Te Roopu Manutaki Kapahaka Group - just pinning because my sister was in here just more to the left. Random.

Te Roopu Manutaki Kapahaka Group - just pinning because my sister was in here just more to the left. Random.

TA MOKO January 2011Defining aspects of Maori traditional culture include art, legends, tattoos (ta moko), performances (notably kapa haka),...

TA MOKO January 2011Defining aspects of Maori traditional culture include art, legends, tattoos (ta moko), performances (notably kapa haka),...

Want to learn some Māori? Lots of materials to download here for Māori Language Week 2013.

Want to learn some Māori? Lots of materials to download here for Māori Language Week 2013.

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