Kapahaka and Te Reo @ Muritai

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Kapahaka @ Muritai

We have two Kapa Haka rōpū at Muritai School, our whole school community group which is open to whānau and all year levels, and our performance group which is an option for all students from Year 3 - Year 8.

 

The whole school community group is run every Wednesday from 8:30am - 9:00am in the school wharenui (hall). Students from Year 1 - Year 8 and their whānau are welcome to attend. We learn a variety of waiata - hīmene, waiata-a-ringa, haka - and also kēmu (games). Te Reo Māori is naturally embedded into these sessions.

 

The Kapa Haka Performance rōpū is an option for all students from Year 3 - Year 8. This continues from 9am - 10am every Wednesday in the school hall. This rōpū learns and refines a variety of waiata and haka to a high performance standard. Performances are done within the school, the community and the region with participation in performances such as the local Hutt Fest. 

 

Unfortunately due to covid restrictions Kapa Haka is currently not occurring and we really hope we can all get together sooner rather than later.

Here is a video of our Hutt Fest performance from 2021 with our Performance rōpū.

Te Reo @ Muritai

Here at Muritai you will see and hear Te Reo Māori across the school in the classrooms in different ways.

  • Pepeha

  • Classroom commands and instructions

  • Ngā Tae

  • Mahi Toi - Visual Arts

  • Kapa Haka - Waiata

  • Karakia - To start the day, before kai (food) and to end the day. 

  • School Haka

  • School Song

Intorduction Karakia

Ending Karakia

Te Reo Learning

Te Reo Māori is also explicitly celebrated during Matariki, Māori New Year and Te Tiriti o Waitangi is used as a tool for learning every year to develop classroom treaties and expectations

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For any pātai (questions) surrounding this please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Kia kaha ki te kōrero Māori!