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Term 2
Mon 29 April  – Fri 5 July
Term 3
Mon 22 July  – Fri 27 Sept
Term 4
Mon 14 Oct – TBC

King's Birthday 
Monday 3 June

Friday 28 June

Labour Day
Monday 28 October

School Policies

Maori and Pasifika



Approximately 9% of our students are Maori.

At Hauraki School all students learn te reo and tikanga Maori. They are encouraged to develop an awareness and appreciation of the central role that language, culture, place and heritage plays in shaping identity and giving meaning and direction to life. Real-life experiences, for example visits to a marae, are provided as part of learning programmes to further develop understanding. Students also learn to value the Maori arts, including performing arts.


Below are links to different pages that will help you learn new Maori words and phrases, will tell you about the Treaty of Waitangi and lots, lots more.  

Maori Stick Games

Click on the links to check out these great sites:

100 Maori words you should know!

The Treaty of Waitangi – A part of NZ history

Waiata to sing along to

How Maui slowed the Sun

Matariki Myth

Legend Mauao

Sing along and learn Maori greetings

Sing along and learn your Maori colours

Learn the days of the week in Maori

Count to 20 in Maori

Taniwha Song

Pasifika projectPasifka

One to two per cent of our students are Pasifika.

Again, all students learn to appreciate Pacific cultures in the context of increasing homogenisation of people. Inquiry learning and the performing arts, for example, promote developing their insights and respect for protocol and cultural practices. 

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