Pūtea Tautoko Mātauranga Māori nā Tātai Aho Rau 2017
2017 CORE Education Māori Grants
Traverse the blue expanse of Hinemoana, explore her unchartered waters through innovative, collaborative and connected navigation.
“How far can you go?”
Unuhia te pō, te pō whiri mārama
Tomokia te ao, te ao whatu tāngata
Tātai ki runga, tātai ki raro, tātai aho rau
Haumi e, hui e, Tāiki e!
CORE Education Ltd is a not-for-profit organisation who are all about pushing the boundaries of educational possibility. We have a strong desire to transform education, and believe that new technologies are the most exciting way to engage 21st Century learners across all education and training sectors. Tātai Aho Rau is a concept that guides our professional practice at CORE and it encapsulates four key elements: Whakapapa, Reo, Tikanga and Wairua.
CORE Education offers grants that advance Māori from early years through to secondary, for individuals, whānau, and/or Māori communities. The purpose of the Māori education grants are to enhance Māori distinctiveness, illuminate creative potential, and support successful educational pathways.
Our theme this year, highlights Hinemoana, a goddess who embodies hidden possibilities. We are constantly exploring new knowledge, skills and understanding. As you travel across unchartered waters you are presented with opportunities to navigate this territory through innovation, collaboration and connectedness. We invite you to apply for grants to realise untapped potential.
Applicants for these grants may be either:
Recipients of CORE Education Māori Grants will acknowledge some or all aspects of Tātai Aho Rau:
Please complete and return the application form provided. Additional supporting documents/audio/video/email are encouraged.
Please forward all applications and supporting documents to:
2 June 2017
9 June 2017
Successful applicants notified individually
12 June 2017
Successful applicants formally announced online
Māori Grants Committee
C/- Hariata Tutua-Nathan
CORE Education Christchurch
PO Box 13-678
For further information please email: email@example.com or 021 919 365 (on behalf of the Māori Grants Committee)