Phone / 06 758 4685
Email / email@example.com
35 Leach Street, New Plymouth
He wānanga rūmaki reo tēnei e āta ruku atu ana ki tō Te Atiawa kōrero e tūhononga ai ki Waikato. He kura tēnei mā te hunga e hiahia ana ki te whakauru atu i ngā tūhononga kōrero ki roto ki ā tātou nei mahi, ahakoa te momo mahi, ahakoa te kātū horopaki. Ka tiro atu ki ngā whakapapa, ki nga kōrero o nehe, ki ngā waiata, ki ngā pūrākau hoki. Kia takatū!
Pae Wānanga Te Atiawa is a series of four Te Atiawa reo Māori immersion wānanga to assist cultural practitioners; reo advocates, writers, facilitators, artist and teachers to express their Te Atiawatanga in their field of choice. Pae Wānanga is content focused and will be delivered in te reo Māori and caters for Te Atiawa uri who are willing to champion their Te Atiawatanga in their whānau and community.
Tūhononga ki Waikato – Connection with Waikato.
The upcoming Pae Wānanga Te Atiawa will explore Te Atiawa connections with Waikato, including kōrero related to Te Kīngitanga, by means of researching and investigating whakapapa, historical narrative, waiata composition, pūrākau and literature.
Accommodation is available.
RĀMERE: 16th Akuhata
5.30pm – 5.45 pm Whakatau
5.45 pm – 6.30 pm Kai o te pō
6.30 pm – 8.30 pm Wāhanga Tuatahi
8.30 pm – 9.00 pm Whakatā / kai timotimo
9.00 pm – 10.30 pm Wāhanga Tuatoru
RĀHOROI: 17th Akuhata
7.30 – 8.15 pm Kai o te ata
8.15 – 10.30 am Wāhanga Tuatoru
10.30 – 10.45 am Whakatā / kai timotimo
10.45 – 12.00 pm Wāhanga whakamutunga
For further information contact Te Poihi Campbell firstname.lastname@example.org