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PROSPECTUS

Ko te manu e kai i te miro nona te ngahere. Ko to manu e kai i te matauranga nona te Ao.
The bird that partakes of the miro berry survives in the forest. The bird that partakes of knowledge owns the world.

 

THE PURPOSE

The Rumaki aims to provide a comfortable learning environment for all of its students and encourages Maori students to have pride in their origins, language and culture. The unit’s aims include:

  • competence in written and spoken Maori, and genuine respect for Maori customs and protocol;
  • respect for one’s own culture, respect and appreciation of other cultures;
  • high achievement at all year levels across all subject areas through the supportive networking of Rumaki teachers.

TE TAKE

Ko te tino take o te rumaki, kia tino marama ai nga tamariki tauira ki nga tini ahuatanga me nga tikanga e pa ana ki to tatou Ao Maori. Ma te rumakitia nga tamariki i roto i te reo me ona tikanga e puta Maori mai nga mahi o te kura, me o ratou putaputa atu te reo i nga tumomo wahi katoa. Kati, ma nga kaiako/pouako te wairuatanga e whakato i roto i nga tamariki tauira, o te rumaki.