Kia Kūrapa ki Ōnuku 2017
Mar
31
Apr 2

Kia Kūrapa ki Ōnuku 2017

Keen to get started with te reo Māori? Or maybe brush up on the basics? Then Kia Kūrapa is for you. Kia Kūrapa is a marae based, weekend long wānanga aimed at beginners and intermediate language learners.

Whether you’re struggling with pronunciation, stuck on ā and ō, or just need the practice, Kia Kūrapa will give you a safe and supportive learning environment to develop your te reo. Kia Kūrapa are held approximately 4-5 times each year.

This Kia Kūrapa is being held at Ōnuku Marae, Ōnuku

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Kura Reo ki Te Waipounamu 2017, Ōtakou Marae
Apr
18
Apr 22

Kura Reo ki Te Waipounamu 2017, Ōtakou Marae

He rūmaki reo Māori tēnei. Ko te whāinga ia kia whai wā ngā akonga ki te whakapakari reo, kia hōhonu ake, kia rerehua ake, kia Māori ake. Ko ngā kaiako, ko tērā hunga e matatau ana ki tō tātou reo, e kaingākau ana ki tō tātou reo, ā, e whakapeto ngoi ana ki te whakahaumanu ai te reo Māori hai reo tuku iho.

This is an immersion course of study for those at an intermediate to advanced level of proficiency. Kura Reo aspires to grow the depth, quality and fluency of participants Māori language abilities. Teachers for this course are national exponents of te reo Māori who have a passion for its’ revitalization.

Ngā Kaiwhakaako i tēnei tau:

Professor Timoti Karetu
Dr Rangi Matamua
Leon Blake
Nichole Gully
Hana O’Regan
Scotty & Stacey Morrison
Tatere MacLeod
Henare Te Aika

Ka tū tēnei Kura Reo ki Ōtakou

Pāwhiria mai kia rēhita 


Kura Reo Kāi Tahu 2017
Jan
9
Jan 13

Kura Reo Kāi Tahu 2017

Kura Reo Kāi Tahu is a week long immersion wānanga with the focus of developing an individual’s depth, quality and fluency of te reo Māori while also learning Ngāi Tahu history. From kōrero ōkawa (formal language), to kōrero ōpaki (informal), kīwaha (idioms) to wetewete reo (grammar), make sure you bring all of your papakupu to Kura Reo Kāi Tahu. The teachers at Kura Reo Kāi Tahu are our exponents of te reo Māori who have a passion for revitalising te reo Māori.

This year the Kura Reo will once again take place at Arowhenua Marae in the newly re-invigorated "Te Hapa o Niu Tireni".

Kura Reo Kāi Tahu is a whānau friendly event, but please note, your children must be able to speak te reo Māori in order to attend. Please be aware also, that if numbers fill up quickly, the Kura Reo Kāi Tahu is for Ngāi Tahu whakapapa registered members first.

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Kia Kūrapa ki Te Tai Poutini
Nov
25
Nov 27

Kia Kūrapa ki Te Tai Poutini

Keen to get started with te reo Māori? Or maybe brush up on the basics? Then Kia Kūrapa is for you. Kia Kūrapa is a marae based, weekend long wānanga aimed at beginners and intermediate language learners.

Whether you’re struggling with pronunciation, stuck on ā and ō, or just need the practice, Kia Kūrapa will give you a safe and supportive learning environment to develop your te reo. Kia Kūrapa are held approximately 4-5 times each year.

This Kia Kūrapa is being held at Arahura Marae.


 

Kia Kūrapa ki Puketeraki
Nov
11
Nov 13

Kia Kūrapa ki Puketeraki

Keen to get started with te reo Māori? Or maybe brush up on the basics? Then Kia Kūrapa is for you. Kia Kūrapa is a marae based, weekend long wānanga aimed at beginners and intermediate language learners.

Whether you’re struggling with pronunciation, stuck on ā and ō, or just need the practice, Kia Kūrapa will give you a safe and supportive learning environment to develop your te reo. Kia Kūrapa are held approximately 4-5 times each year.

This Kia Kūrapa is being held at Puketeraki Marae, Karitane

 

KMK MKR - My Kauta Rules
Aug
20
4:00 pm16:00

KMK MKR - My Kauta Rules

Nau mai, haere mai ki tēnei hui-ā-whānau, kia tūhonohono ai kā whānau i raro i te korowai o tō tātou reo, kia whakahoa kā tamariki ki kā tamariki, kā mātua ki kā matua, kia kaha ake ai tō tātou hapori reo Māori.

Do you like healthy kai? 

Do you fancy yourself as a budding kai master?

 Are you keen to kōrero?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this is the hui for you!  Come along and join the KMK whānau.  We’ll be making sushi, raw spring rolls, fruit platters and decorating cupcakes.  Namunamuā!  Oh yeah and we’ll be doing this using te reo Māori – don’t be shy if you are a beginner there will be plenty of passionate te reo enthusiasts to support you and your whānau to reo Māori mai, bust out some bilingual or try the basics.

Āhea:  Rāhoroi 20th Whā, Saturday August 20th

Kai hea:  Te Whare o Te Waipounamu, 15 Show Place, Addington

Te Wā:  4-6:30pm

Followed by a whānau trip to the whutupōro. Canterbury v Auckland.  7:35pm AMI Stadium. Limited seats for the rugby so pre-registration by August 12th essential. 

Cost for the Whutupōro are $20 per whānau (2 adults and 2 children - $5 per extra child)

For further information contact Victoria Campbell: email: victoria.campbell@ngaitahu.iwi.nz or Phone:  0212455712.

Kia Kūrapa ki Tuahiwi
Jun
10
Jun 12

Kia Kūrapa ki Tuahiwi

  • Tuahiwi Marae

Keen to get started with te reo Māori? Or maybe brush up on the basics? Then Kia Kūrapa is for you. Kia Kūrapa is a marae based, weekend long wānanga aimed at beginners and intermediate language learners.

Whether you’re struggling with pronunciation, stuck on ā and ō, or just need the practice, Kia Kūrapa will give you a safe and supportive learning environment to develop your te reo. Kia Kūrapa are held approximately 3-4 times each year.

This Kia Kūrapa is being held at Tuahiwi Marae, Tuahiwi.

 

Apr
17
Apr 22

Kura Reo ki Te Waipounamu

  • CPIT

He rūmaki reo Māori tēnei. Ko te whāinga ia kia whai wā ngā akonga ki te whakapakari reo, kia hōhonu ake, kia rerehua ake, kia Māori ake. Ko ngā kaiako, ko tērā hunga e matatau ana ki tō tātou reo, e kaingākau ana ki tō tātou reo, ā, e whakapeto ngoi ana ki te whakahaumanu ai te reo Māori hai reo tuku iho.

This is an immersion course of study for those at an intermediate to advanced level of proficiency. Kura Reo aspires to grow the depth, quality and fluency of participants Māori language abilities. Teachers for this course are national exponents of te reo Māori who have a passion for its’ revitalization.

Kia Kūrapa ki Awarua
Jan
29
Jan 31

Kia Kūrapa ki Awarua

  • Te Rau Aroha Marae

Keen to get started with te reo Māori? Or maybe brush up on the basics? Then Kia Kūrapa is for you. Kia Kūrapa is a marae based, weekend long wānanga aimed at beginners and intermediate language learners.

Whether you’re struggling with pronunciation, stuck on ā and ō, or just need the practice, Kia Kūrapa will give you a safe and supportive learning environment to develop your te reo. 

This Kia Kūrapa is being held in Awarua (Bluff) at Te Rau Aroha Marae

Kura Reo Rakatahi
Jan
20
Jan 23

Kura Reo Rakatahi

  • Takahanga Marae

(Rakatahi)

Kura Reo Rakatahi is a 4 day wānaka reo for rakatahi that want to develop their te reo skills and learn about Ngāi Tahu history and culture.

Please note, the form below is and Expression of Interest only! Registrations and consent form will be sent on completion of the EOI. Any pātai, contact Corban Te Aika; corban.teaika@ngaitahu.iwi.nz, or 0800 KAI TAHU.

 Kura Reo Kāi Tahu
Jan
10
Jan 15

Kura Reo Kāi Tahu

(Intermediate to Advanced)

Kura Reo Kāi Tahu is a week long immersion wānanga with the focus of developing an individual’s depth, quality and fluency of te reo Māori while also learning Ngāi Tahu history. From kōrero ōkawa (formal language), to kōrero ōpaki (informal), kīwaha (idioms) to wetewete reo (grammar), make sure you bring all of your papakupu to Kura Reo Kāi Tahu.

Whānau Haereka
Oct
24
Oct 26

Whānau Haereka

  • Aoraki New Zealand

(Whānau)

Our Whānau Haereka are an opportunity for whānau to come together and celebrate te reo Māori. Whānau go off for a weekend to use te reo as much as possible outside of the home. It’s also a great time for both children and parents to find te reo Māori speaking friends, learn new vocab and phrases, share experiences around the trials and tribulations of raising bilingual tamariki, and most importantly, have fun, while developing our te reo Māori.

Aoraki Matatū
Sep
19
9:00 am09:00

Aoraki Matatū

  • Christchurch New Zealand

(Advanced)

Aoraki Matatū is a te reo leadership initiative which supports and mentors iwi members to become teachers of te reo Māori, tikanga and history for their whānau, hapū and iwi. Participants are expected to put the skills they gain from Aoraki Matatū into practice by delivering te reo based lessons or workshops, with the support and guidance of our Pou Reo, as part of other KMK initiatives. 

Aoraki Matatū
Aug
15
9:00 am09:00

Aoraki Matatū

  • Christchurch New Zealand

(Advanced)

Aoraki Matatū is a te reo leadership initiative which supports and mentors iwi members to become teachers of te reo Māori, tikanga and history for their whānau, hapū and iwi. Participants  are expected to put the skills they gain from Aoraki Matatū into practice by delivering te reo based lessons or workshops, with the support and guidance of our Pou Reo, as part of other KMK initiatives.

Car Rally
Aug
2
10:30 am10:30

Car Rally

Kāinga Kōrerorero
Whānau event 

Register your team/car and solve clues in te reo until you reach the final destination.

Prizes to be won!

Contact:
Komene Cassidy
021714658
tepioke@slingshot.co.nz

 Te Tauwhāika Mīharo (Amazing Race)
Aug
1
7:30 pm19:30

Te Tauwhāika Mīharo (Amazing Race)

Kāinga Kōrerorero/KMK
Venue: Start at The Terrace, Octagon, Dunedin.

Enter a team. Each team must have at least one fluent speaker.

Contact:
Paulette Tamati-Elliffe
02 171 4658
paulette@ngaitahu.iwi.nz

Te Whare Taoka
Aug
1
12:00 pm12:00

Te Whare Taoka

Otago Museum
419 Great King St, North Dunedin, Dunedin.

All are welcome!
Local High School groups, He Waka Kōtuia and Wairua Pūhou will perform Kapa Haka for your entertainment pleasure. 

Contact:
Vicki Lenihan
03 479 3278
vicki.lenihan@otagomuseum.nz

 He Reo Rerekē - Taonga Pūoro
Jul
31
7:00 pm19:00

He Reo Rerekē - Taonga Pūoro

Toitū Museum
31 Queens Garden, Dunedin.

Performance - taonga pūoro as a ‘voice’. How dance and these instruments use a language of their own to ‘speak’ to and through each other.

Contact:
Rua McCallum
03 474 2728
rua.mccallum@dcc.govt.nz

Maori Research
Jul
31
12:00 pm12:00

Maori Research

Floor talks: Otago University Library – Te Aka, Ground Floor.

  • Associate Professor Jacinta Ruru: Te Pae o te Maramatanga
  • Dr Lisa Te Morenga: We all love sugar but...
  • Dr Lyn Carter:Whakapapa, hei herenga tangata ki te whenua.
Café Reo
Jul
31
10:00 am10:00

Café Reo

Toitū Museum Cafe
31 Queens Garden, Dunedin.

Mauria mai tō ake kai, hokona rānei ki te whare kai. Kotahi noa iho te ture! Me kōrero tātou i te reo Māori! Karawhiua!

An informal session to encourage te reo use, all te reo levels are welcome.

BYO lunch or buy something from the counter and join us at our Café Reo – lunch/coffee/snacks/whatever you want… just one rule; you can only speak te reo! Karawhiua – Give it a go!

Contact Details:
Paulette Tamati-Elliffe
021 714 658
paulette@ngaitahu.iwi.nz