Resources

The relationships we forge are the foundation and heart of our programme and validates the ecosystem approach we take. Enduring and meaningful relationships like those of our tīpuna (ancestor) Kiwa gives effect to future generations continuing these longstanding practices.

This space is an exploration of our identity, who we are and its importance. The following are an array of narratives from our ecosystem. Not only here in Aotearoa NZ, but in our ever growing Indigenous global community.

Dusun Tobilung

The Tobilung community is a group of people living in the state of Sabah, Malaysia. They are known for their...

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A global citizen

The following kōrero (story) was written by a year 10 Mount College student, Piri Pearsall-Akuira who shares her insights on...

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Culture

Seek your whakapapa. Embrace your identity. Be courageous. Te Aonui Wharawhara-Muriwai

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The aspect of reciprocity in meaningful relationships. The interconnected balance between people and the taiao (environment).

Tau Utuutu

In this short clip Te Aonui Muriwai and Maumahara Paringatai-Walker share insights on the importance of their culture and our...

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We consider an important feature of good quality relationships is one that is continual with engagement and that has intergenerational effects. The following is an accumulation of stories that unpack how we define the longevity aspects of our hononga, our relationships.

The Environment

Arden Morunga, a year 10 student, shares his whakaaro (thoughts) on the current landscape of our taiao (environment) and what...

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Global Challenges

In the following video Hori and Breana share their thoughts on how we as Māori can engage in challenges happening...

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Hononga Whakapapa

A space where the relationships with ourselves is explored. Acknowledging the importance of understanding who we are and how we connect to others.

Hononga Tau Utuutu

The aspect of reciprocity in meaningful relationships. The interconnected balance between people and the taiao (environment).

Hononga Mauroa

Speaks to the enduring and intergenerational nature of relationships. The dedication and time required to maintain these.

Videos

Whakapapa - Identity

A space where the relationships with ourselves is explored. Acknowledging the importance of understanding who we are and how we connect to others.

Global Challenges

A space where the relationships with ourselves is explored. Acknowledging the importance of understanding who we are and how we connect to others.