Our next Rongowhakaata Iwi showcase follows in the footsteps of our successful ‘Rukupō’ Marae Exhibition series this past January. ‘Ko Rongowhakaata’ will be segmented into specific themes and korero, expressing different facets of Rongowhakaata that when seen together will tell our story as an iwi. This will be an inspiring and comprehensive lead in to the Iwi Exhibition at Te Papa 2017-19.
Please see an overview of the exhibition themes and concept development below:
Open until 29 April, the Arai Matawai Toitu Scholarship is attached. Contact details for more information is included in the scholarship application its self.
Don’t miss the opportunity, and ensure you apply in time.
Please see attached panui in regards to the upcoming Iwi Haerenga to Hauiti Marae (Uawa)
Whakato Marae – Mon 4 – Fri 8 Jan (33 Whakato Rd, Manutuke)
Pahou Marae – Mon 4 – Fri 8 Jan (Tuaraki Rd, Manutuke)
Manutuke Marae – Wed 6 Jan (Whakato Rd, Manutuke)
Te Kuri A Tuatai Marae – Fri 8 Jan (Lytton Rd, Gisborne)
Ohako Marae – Sat 9 Jan (Papatu Rd, Manutuke)
Manutuke School Charter & Strategic Plan Review 2015
Kia Ora Te Whanau me nga Hoa o te Kura,
The Manutuke School Board of Trustees are currently reviewing our School Charter and Strategic Plan and would really like to hear your positive ideas, opinions and suggestions. You can access our Survey on www.manutuke.school.nz. Otherwise please click on the link and complete the short survey. It is mostly tick boxes and multichoice questions so shouldn’t take too long. There are no right or wrong answers – it’s your input that we value!
CLOSE DOWN for the Survey – 15th January 2016.
Thanks for taking the time to tautoko Manutuke School.
Na Koka Matu Pardoe. Board Secretary
I’ve invited you to fill out the form Manutuke School Charter & Strategic Plan Review 2015. To fill it out, visit: http://docs.google.com/forms/d/10T–KE1ZUapv382VT1MZNsCmsQW2nI6Wezpr3d6ljGg/viewform?c=0&w=1&usp=mail_form_link
Te Manu Tu Ke: The Bird that stands Unique
Te Manu e kawea tonutia: The Bird that Perseveres
Te Manu e whakaahurutia: The Bird that is Protected.
Te Manu Tu Ke: The Bird that stands in Pride & Positivity.