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Te Kura Mãori o Ngã Tapuwae

Nau mai ki Te Kura Māori o Ngā Tapuwae.  He momo Kura-ā-Iwi mātou kei Mangere, Tāmaki Makaurau. 

He tauira tawhito te nuinga o ō mātou kaiako i Ngā Tapuwae, ā, he painga hoki tēnei hei hāpai i te whakatauki o te kura, arā, “Inā te Mahi he Rangatira”.  Ko te whakamāramatanga o tēnei whakatauki, ma āu mahi ka Rangatira ai koe.

Ko te tikanga o tēnei; hei whakapakari i ngā tauira katoa kia eke ai rātou ki ngā taumata tiketike.  Mā te whakaako i roto i tō rātou reo me ngā tikanga tuku iho, arā, Te Reo Māori me ōna Tikanga me te tautoko o te haukāinga o tēnei rohe, a Waikato.

He pakari te whakarato o ngā tauira tawhito o tēnei kura, ā, he āhuatanga hoki tēnei hei hāpai i ngā mahi huhua o te hunga mātua, me a rātou mahi kohikohi pūtea, a rātou mahi āpiti marau mātauranga.

 

Ko Te Huarahi Hou te īngoa o te kaporeihana kua whakatūria e te whānau.  Ko tētahi o nga mahi matua o tēnei kaporeihana, hei whakarite, kia whiwhi rorohiko ngā tauira katoa ki roto i o rātou kāinga, kia iti noa iho te utu mō ngā mātua me ngā kaitīaki.  Kua hāpai anötia te kura e tētahi kapa haka, arā, a Ngā Tapuwae o Mataoho me ōna kaihaka, arā, ngā tauira tawhito o te kura, ngā mātua me nga Kaitautoko o Te Kura Māori o Ngā Tapuwae

Tāpiri atu ki tēnei, He Komiti Mātua hoki tō te kura nei, hei tautoko anō i ngā mahi a te kura.  Ka hui tēnei komiti ia marama, ia marama, whitu karaka ki te waru karaka i te pō.

 

He Māori te katoa o a mātou tauira.  Nā nga āhuatanga motuhake o Te Reo Māori me ōna tikanga ka hiahia anō rātou ki te uru mai ki roto i te kura.  He mahi tā Te Kura Māori o Ngā Tapuwae, hei whakawhanake i ngā hurarahi marau mātauranga huhua me ngā whare wānaga, arā, Te Reo Rangitira, Ngā Pūtaiao, Hākinakina me te Hauora, Ngā Mahi Toi, Ngā Mahi Pakihi, me te Mahi Hāngarau, kia whakaniko hoki ngā marautanga matua me te hīranga o ngā mahi mātauranga. Kua āta tautokongia hoki ngā mahi āpiti marau mātauranga pērā I ngā hākinakina katoa, Ngā Mahi Toi me Ngā Mahi Ahurea.

 

I tīmata ngā tūmomo akoranga mai i ngā Tauira Urunga Hou (Tau 0) tae noa ki ngā tauira tau Tekau ma Toru (Tau 13).

 

Ko te painga o nga tauira i roto i ngā reanga katoa, ka taea tonutia e Te Kura Māori o Ngā Tapuwae te whāngai i te rapunga whakaaro o tēnei mea te “whänau”.  He tino whai tikanga te “whänau” i roto i Te Kura Māori o Ngā Tapuwae, ā, e mau tonu ana tēnei whakaaro i roto i ngā mahi katoa.  Ko te hua, he wāhi pai hei ako mō ngā tamariki.

 

Hei whakatāpiri atu ki ngā mahi whakapātari o te whakaako me te ako i Te Reo Maori, kei te āwhina ō mātou kaiako me ngā mahi whakawhanaketanga mō te Tuhi Korero, mō Te Tātai-Nama anō hoki mō ngā Tauira Māori.  Kua herea mātou ki te kaupapa o te whakawhanake i ngā rautaki hei tautoko i ngā aromatawai Reo Māori.  Ko te tino hua o ēnei mahi, me whakatinanatia tētahi rautaki aromatawai hei whakamahi mā te mōtu whānui.

TKM NEWSLETTERS

Tēnā koutou e ngā mātua, the 5 most recent newsletters will be posted below, if you wish to see all pānui that have been handed out this year, please click on the link below:

Ngā Panui - School Notices

UPDATES

2022 School Information (22 Jan)

Tēnā koutou ngā whānau o Te Kura Māori o Ngā Tapuwae. 

E mihi kau ana i ngā hari katoa o tēnei kaupeka o te tau, otirā he pānui hira tō te kura e pā ana ki ngā whakahaere me ngā whakaritenga mō te kura e hāngai ana ki ngā whiu o te mate urutā, te putanga o tētahi weriweri korona anō me ngā kawa whakahaere o te kura mō te uru mai ki ngā whaitua ako o Ngā Tapuwae. 

Greetings to all!  Please see below the protocols that have been enforced by our Kura regarding access for parents/guardians and other services people and the like.  Please be reminded that these measures have been put into place under the guidance of 2 ministry departments - Education and Health.  We have been given guidance by Ministry of Health and Education to be cautious with the looming Omicron variant that is currently threatening our communities.   As a kura we have decided to begin the term in the Red Traffic Light protocols.

IMPORTANT NOTE:  We welcome ALL STUDENTS from year 1 to 13 - regardless of their vaccination status.  No student will be required to show their vaccination pass to enter the school. It is not the business of our kura to make judgements on whanau’s rights to vaccinate or not be vaccinated ALL our tamariki are welcome!

However we ask parents/guardians, service staff and the like, to maintain Government guidelines - refer to the guidelines below for acceptable entry to our Kura grounds, including classrooms, recreation areas, back carpark, whare wānanga and administration area.  We ask for your support to help us keep the school open by following these protocols:

  1. You must wear a mask upon entry into the Kura and for the duration of your visit. 

  2. You must show your My Vaccine Passport at the office doors. 

  3. Then you must scan or sign in, sanitize your hands, and practice social distancing while on school premises. 

  4. If you are unable to provide a Vaccine Passport you will be required to remain outside the office doors and an administration staff member will look after  you. 


- All payments can be made via the mobile Eftpos machine. 

- When dropping and picking up children please ensure that you do so safely. 

- Please be sure of uniform sizes as you will not be permitted to enter the uniform area. 

 

- Entry requirements stand for on-site trainings and/or sports games. 

All students Year 4 and above required to wear face masks at school unless we are informed otherwise.  Please ensure your child/ren have a mask that has been clearly named if your children required one we are happy to provide these at kura. 

Finally, there will not be a full school pōwhiri this year to welcome our new students.  All new students can only be accompanied by 1 vaccinated parent to ensure we are not gathering above the mandatory gathering numbers.  Please sign in at the main office upon arrival and you will be directed to a waiting area until the pōwhiri starts.  Parents of students who are in our younger classes (Years 1 to 6) will be able to accompany their children to their new classrooms and then we kindly ask you to leave. 

Ngā mihi nui ki a koutou katoa, 

Nā Te Whānau o Te Kura Māori o Ngā Tapuwae.