Ina Te Mahi He Rangatira
Ina Te Mahi He Rangatira

2017 Recipients of the Ina Te Mahi He Rangatira trophy Celeste Tahitahi and Taiawa Kotlowski presented by Te Kepa Stirling

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Ina Te Mahi He Rangatira
Ina Te Mahi He Rangatira

2017 Recipients of the Ina Te Mahi He Rangatira trophy Celeste Tahitahi and Taiawa Kotlowski presented by Te Kepa Stirling

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We here at Te Kura Māori o Ngā Tapuwae celebrate the achievements of all students, whānau and the whole school on a regular basis.

Nothern Stars Netball Visit 2021

Nothern Stars Visit

Earlier this year our students were fortunate enough to have members of the Nothern Stars Netball team visit our kura and run some Netball drills with our junior netball teams.

A special mention to an alumni of our kura Amorangi Malesala for promoting Te Reo Māori through netball!

Inā te mahi, he rangatira!

Ngā Manu Kōrero o Te Whaitua o Uenuku 2021

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Manu Kōrero

We are extremely proud that our four speakers did exceptionally well at the Ngā Manu kōrero regional competition. Their placings were:

Aria Mahuika

1st place Overall & Best Female Speaker

Sir Turi Carroll (Junior English)

Mahuta Gemmell 

2nd place Overall 

Rāwhiti  Īhaka (Junior Māori)

Curtis Te Maari

1st place Overall  

Korimako (Senior English)

Nepia Savage 

1st place Overall & Best Impromptu 

Pei te Hurinui Jones (Senior Māori)

Ki-O-Rahi Nationals 2021

Ki-O-Rahi 2021

Congratulations to our Senior Ki-O-Rahi team for taking 1st place at the National Secondary School Ki-O-Rahi competition over the school holidays in Waitangi!

 

An awesome effort from our students winning all their games and taking out the finals against Te Wharekura o Rakaumangamanga 11 to 4

On behalf of the kura we would like to thank all our whanau who went to Waitangi to support our students and to those who had a hand in supporting our team throughout their campaign

Inā te mahi, he Rangatira!

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Waka Ama 2021

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On behalf of the Kura we would like to congratulate all our students who represented Te Kura Māori o Ngā Tapuwae at this years National Waka Ama competition.

Both our Boys and Girls team making it to Plate Semis in all their races which meant they were in the top 20 out of 80 schools within New Zealand. 

Ka tuku mihi kia koutou e ngā rangatira mō āpōpō. 

Waka Ama 2021

Morning Tea with PM Hon Jacinda Adern

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Morning Tea

A cohort of our students along with Ma Bahar were invited to attend a morning tea hosted by Zayed College for Girls.

This morning tea was to give thanks to the community and organisations who have supported Zayed College for Girls over the years. We hold our partnership with Zayed College for girls in high regard and thank them for their invitation to this morning tea.

KAPA AHUREA 2019

Te Ahurea Tino Rangatiratanga 2019

It is with great honour that we congratulate our Ahurea team as they competed at the Te Ahurea Tino Rangatiratanga competition. Placing 2nd and qualifying for the Kapa Haka Nationals held in Auckland 2020

 

"Ina te mahi he Rangatira." 

Te Kapa Ahurea o Nga Tapuwae
Te Kapa Ahurea o Nga Tapuwae

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Te Kapa Ahurea o Nga Tapuwae

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Mana Kuratahi 2019

Mana Kuratahi 2019

Hara mai tetahi ahua, e nga mokopuna a Hoturoa me Hiaroa, nei ra te mihi o te whanau o Te Waiohua me te whanau whanui o Nga Tapuwae ano hoki. Mo ta koutou tu pakari, tu maia i mua i te hunga matakitaki.

Ka tika me mihi.

Te Kapa Mana Kuratahi o Nga Tapuwae
Te Kapa Mana Kuratahi o Nga Tapuwae

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Past Students - Present Successes

Ina Te Mahi, He Rangatira

We are very proud of our students successes and this continues when they move on to higher education at tertiary institutes.

Below are only a few of our past students who have been successful in tertiary education

Harley Maika
Harley Maika

Bachelor in Health Sciences, Bachelor of Arts (Double Major in Maori Studies and History) from Otago University and Graduate Diploma in Secondary Teaching from Auckland University

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Hamuera Maika
Hamuera Maika

Bachelor of Physical Education with Honours from Otago University and Graduate Diploma in Secondary Teaching from University of Auckland University

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Kelly-Ann Tahitahi
Kelly-Ann Tahitahi

Bachelor of Arts and Post Graduate Diploma Majoring in Maori Studies from Otago University

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Marama Kainamu-Wheeler
Marama Kainamu-Wheeler

Bachelor of Science, Postgraduate Diploma in Neuroscience and Masters in Science Communication from Otago University

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Hauauru Rae
Hauauru Rae

Bachelor of Arts with Honours and Masters of Planning from Otago University

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Te Kopa Reedy
Te Kopa Reedy

Bachelor of Engineering in Civil and Environmental Engineering from University of Auckland

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Beau Stowers
Beau Stowers

Bacherlor of Arts (Hons) in Maori, Master of Teaching and Learning from Waikato University. Bachelor of Maori Performing Arts from Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi and Panekiretanga o te Reo

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Ururoa Kainamu-Wheeler
Ururoa Kainamu-Wheeler

Bachelor of Engineering in Civil and Environmental Engineering from The University of Auckland

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Kohekohe Pihama
Kohekohe Pihama

Bachelor of Teaching and Bachelor of Arts from The University of Auckland

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Josephine Ormsby
Josephine Ormsby

Bachelor of Commerce Double Major in Marketing and Management from University of Auckland

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Mereama Matia
Mereama Matia

Bachelor of Visual Arts Majoring in Photography from Auckland University of Technology

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Jordan Tua
Jordan Tua

Bachelor of Arts Double Major in Maori Studies and Spanish from Otago University and a Masters in Education Leadership from Auckland University

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Horiana Cassidy
Horiana Cassidy

Bachelors of Arts majoring in Sociology from Victoria University

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Char-Lee Wallace
Char-Lee Wallace

Bachelor of Maori Performing Arts from Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi

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Stevie Mason
Stevie Mason

Bachelor of Maori Performing Arts from Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi and Microsoft Office Specialist Master from ACE Training

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Rangtiaria Pihama
Rangtiaria Pihama

Bachelor of Arts Double Major in Psycology and Maori from the University of Auckland

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Alana Faul
Alana Faul

Bachelor of Arts Majoring in Maori Studies from Otago University

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Tatai Reedy
Tatai Reedy

Bachelor of Arts Majoring in Maori Studies from Otago University & Bachelor of Law from The University of Auckland

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