Hutia te rito o te harakeke
Kei hea te komako e ko?
Ki mai nei ki ahau. He aha te mea nui ki tenei ao?
Maku e ki atu. He tangata, he tangata, he tangata.
If you were to pluck out the centre of the flax bush, where would the bellbird sing?
If you were to ask me “What is the most important thing in the world?”
I would reply, “That it is people, people, people.
Nei rā te mihi ki a koe e matakitaki mai ana ki tēnei panui tēnā koe.
This whakatauki sums up what we do here at Nayland – Manaaki taiohi to achieve their potential.
The Nayland College Te Reo Māori programme has the flexibility to cater for students at different levels of proficiency. This allows all students to progress at a manageable pace and have some success in the process. Each course is adapted as required to meet the needs of the current students.
Te Reo Māori covers the language, customs and traditions in Year 9 and during each successive year builds language development in Kōrero(speaking), Whakarongo (listening), Panui (Reading), Waihanga Tuhi (creative writing) and tuhituhi (writing) .
Students also have the opportunity to attend and/or participate in hui e.g. Powhiri, Ngā Manu Kōrero competitions and Kapa Haka. Kapa Haka is run on a weekly basis to prepare for powhiri and to tautoko the Principal for mihi and powhiri as needed.
Any whanau member is welcome to come and tautoko whanau on their learning journey.
To find out more contact Chanel Ngaruhe (email@example.com).