Māori Education Grant recipients 2015

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We are pleased to announce the following recipients of the Māori Grants for 2015:

Bay of Islands College

$5,000 

To assist Davina Duke to lead a Māori Art project for Bay of Islands College students. Students will work with Māori and Non-Māori artists to help facilitate and connect them with their community.


Hailey Tobin - Te Rito Te Kāinga Reo ECE

$4,000 

To support the development of an e-learning resource to enhance the connection to their local landscape, guided by traditional Māori approaches.


Mangapapa School

$5,000 

To assist Todd Sheridan to build academic and cultural needs of taitama tāne Māori in Mangapapa School.


Riverdale School

$5,500 

To further support their successful Māori Boys Writing programme, in class Te Reo and Tikanga sessions – Staff Professional learning and the Te Puawai progamme – Kapa haka for 200 children.


Te Kao School

$5,130 

To enable full school attendance of an afterschool programme for ALL pupils for a Literacy and Numeracy programme.


TKKM o Kahungunu o Wairoa

$3,000 
To support the development of an e-learning base to raise student achievement and engage with their parents, families and communities.


Stacey-Ria Te Kurapa-King - Tai Wānanga student

iPad
Awarded an iPad to further support her research and development of her personalised training programme and app design.