Tātai whetū ki te raki mau tonu mau tonu; tātai tākata ki te whenua karo noa karo noa. E rere ana te puna aroha, te puna roimata i te riroka atu o te tuhi mareikura nō Kāi Tūāhuriri .
Nō reira e te hākui moe mai, moe mai, moe mai rā. E te whānau e noho pani ana i raro i te parekawakawa, nei hoki te taki aroha, te taki mōteatea ki a koutou. Tukua kā roimata, kā hupe kia rere hai rokoā i te mamae e pēhi kiho nei ki a koutou. Kia kaha, kia maia, kia manawanui. Hoki atu ki a koutou kā konohi ora. Tīhei Mauriora!
Takiauē are one of the few spaces left for us to practice and observe our tikaka tuku iho, those treasures passed down to us from our tīpuna. As takiauē will always take precedence over our events the team made the decision to postpone the Kia Kūrapa ki Tuahiwi in May due to a loss within the whānau. The team would like to mihi to the wānaka participants for their patience and understanding at that time. Nei mātou e mihi ana.
We will roll out the event again in August.
Mauriora e te whānau!
Keen to get started with te reo? Or maybe brush up on those basic skills you’ve already learned? Kia Kūrapa is a safe, supportive learning environment for all learners whether you are an absolute beginner or have already got some te reo under your belt, this is the wānaka for you!
Whether you're struggling with pronunciation, stuck on ā or ō, or just need the practice, Kia Kia Kūrapa will give you a safe and supportive learning environment to develop your reo Māori.
This is a beginner-intermediate language wānaka.
This event is full. If you would like to register, your name will be added to the waitlist.