Te Reo, Tikanga, Whānau Engagement and our role as Treaty Partners
HE TINA KI RUNGA, HE TĀMORE KI RARO
Hukanui Kura has worked hard over the last few years to work with families and whānau to better support outcomes for our Māori learners and our wider school.
Hukanui School Promoting Equity and Excellence 2022-24
(Education and Training Act 2020)
Treaty of Waitangi Strategic Planning Requirements
Cultural Diversity and Māori Dimension
Hukanui School will ensure that the experiences, cultural traditions, histories and languages of all New Zealanders are celebrated, recognized and valued. The school will develop culturally sustaining practices, equitable outcomes and procedures that reflect our; rich cultural diversity, the unique position of Māori, Tainui Tikanga, Ngati Wairere and acknowledge the place of Pacific Island communities in New Zealand Society.
Valuing our Cultural Diversity
The Unique Position of Māori Culture
Māori Views and Concerns
Incorporating Te reo and Tikanga Māori
Where does the Name Hukanui School Come from?
Our connections to Ngati Wairere- The Origins
What does the term Tu Tangata mean?
Resources to support whānau and engage learners.
To support Te Reo learning in the home we encourage our families to visit the following sites and resource tools: