Māori Education Grant recipients 2018

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Congratulations to the Māori Grant recipients for 2018

Nei rā a kupu whakamiha ka rere ki ēnei o ngā mati hangahanga rau kei tēnā kura, kei tēnā kaupapa e whakamana ana i te tū a te Māori, e hāpai ana i ngā ara mātauranga angitu mō ā tātou uri whakaheke. Tāria te tau e tū mai nei kia kitea ake ai te whakatinanatanga o manawareka kia pā mai ngā hua tini, ngā hua mano.

The CORE Māori Grants committee have the pleasure of awarding funding to support the following applicants:

Tania Huxtable

Te Pā Harakeke o Te Awahou Kura Kōhungahunga

CORE has awarded financial support for digital technology equipment to support tamariki in hangarau matihiko.


Tania McDonald

Brockville Primary School 

CORE has awarded professional support for kaiako with the Hangarau Matihiko curriculum to enhance the technological skills and knowledge of our tamariki.


Sharyn Dunn

George Street Normal School

CORE has awarded financial support for Māori Literature resources.


Josephine Kenrick

Manawatu Horowhenua Māori Teachers Inc. Soc.

CORE has awarded financial support for professional learning support opportunities and event organisation support.


Ngātai Walker

Puketapu School

Puketapu School have been awarded funding to support their EOTC - Ngā Tapuwae - mapping the footsteps of our Tipuna in the Puketapu rohe. Students along with local kaumatua will curate and map their cultural narratives in the Puketapu roha through video and Google Maps. 


Michaelene Nu'u

Aka Aka School 

Aka Aka School have been awarded funding for their students to have access to the materials and devices needed to support their learning in STEAM education. This will support students levels of engagement and enjoyment of learning increase and their achievement outcomes improve across the curriculum.


Makaira Waugh

Te Ara Whānui Kura Kaupapa Māori o ngā Kōhanga Reo o Te Awakairangi 

Support for the creation and installation of a Māra Puoro (sound garden), a collection of outdoor musical instruments at Te Ara Whānui Kura Kaupapa Māori o ngā Kōhanga Reo o Te Awa Kairangi.