Build your Te Reo Māori skills this month with TetraMap. In recognition and support of Muhuru Maori join by TetraMap Facilitators Haani Huata and Kararaina McLean for this learning event.
Julian discovered his love for te reo Māori in 2019 while working as a security guard at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa (TWoA) and began his journey after speaking with the kaiako (teachers) during his shifts.
He puoro hou mō Mahuru nā Hāni Dread. Ko te nuinga o tana waiata he kaupapa Māori, ā, he akoranga kei roto, he kōrero, he hītori.
Huia Hamon is an artist, an award-winning producer, singer, songwriter whom works in pretty much every aspect of the music industry. Huia is passionate about te reo Māori and is taking part in this year’s Mahuru Māori.
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The Ko Taku Reo Mahuru Māori challenge is to learn to sign
Hana Tapiata was fortunate that te reo Māori was the primary language spoken in her home. Nowadays, she is not shy to talk Māori anywhere.
Register your Mahuru reo Māori challenge at https://www.mahurumaori.com
Ko Taku Reo: Deaf Education NZ is a unique school that spreads across Aotearoa, from Cape Reinga to Rakiura.
Raniera Reweri didn’t know there were different levels of participation in Mahuru Māori. Follow his lead and do what you can. #motereo