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Video competition week 3 entries

#mōtereo week 3 video entries
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We all have our personal reasons to learn te reo Māori we all have our reasons and we’d like to convey a huge thank you to those reo learners who were brave to share their reo journeys and their motivations in our #motereo video competition 🥰🥰

Keep an eye out as we get closer to announcing our first prize winner for #MahuruMaori and celebrate our reo champions along the way.

View the next batch of video entries on our facebook page.

Nikau (second from left in front row) with his cohort at Puketeraki marae. Nikau’s flatmate Nic Sinnott (Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Tūwharetoa) is in the centre holding a taiaha. Nic introduced Nikau to Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

Kia tika te reo – Doing it Right and Continuously Improving

Te Pīnakitanga o te reo Kairangi graduate Nikau Reti-Beazley (Ngāpuhi), enrolled in the Level 7 Diploma in Ōtepoti to improve his grasp on te reo and what he discovered was not only a new extended whānau to practise kōrero, but also an opportunity to visit some of the stunning marae in the wider Otago area.

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