Recognising New Zealand’s Cultural DiversityCabu!2018-04-05T12:12:27+00:00
Recognising New Zealand’s Cultural Diversity
Our School Will
Nurture multi culturalism and reflect ethnic diversity Recognise the core values of the local iwi Ngati Wai Be involved in Te Reo and Kapa Haka activities Value the histories and traditions of all its peoples
Te Tiriti o Waitangi
The school will value and reflect New Zealand’s dual cultural heritage and recognise the intent of the Treaty of Waitangi.
The reasonable steps the school will take to incorporate tikanga Maori (Maori culture and protocol) into the school’s curriculum.
School occasions will reflect a Maori perspective where this is possible and practical.
Classroom programmes will also incorporate the elements of culture able to be delivered by the teacher and as circumstances permit.
The steps to be taken to discover the views and concerns of the school’s Maori communities.
The school Board of Trustees will consult on a regular cycle with the school’s Maori communities. (Approximately three yearly – dependent on need)
The Contacts will be through either or all
Hui called for the purpose
The school’s Maori communities include:
Our tangata whenua
Parents/caregivers of Maori children in general classes.