Rarau mai ki Te Wānanga Ihorangi

Tomo mai rā, kia tāmokotia anō tō arero ki te reo Māori.

Nau mai, tomo mai

E whakaaro ana koe ki te whai i te reo Māori? Kātahi nā te whakaaro rangatira! Tūhonotia ana tō tātou aroha ki te reo, ngā akomanga iti me tētahi whare hou – haere mai, kia kite koe he aha i tika ai Te Wānanga Ihorangi hei wāhi ako mōu me tō whānau.

Mātauranga

He whiri i te mātauranga Māori, i ngā tikanga Māori, i te ao Māori me te whakapono kia puta ake he ika ā-whiro e tū pakari nei i tōna Māoritanga.

Kāinga Rua

He iti noa ngā rōpū ako kia pai ake te manaaki a te kāhui kaiako i ngā ākonga, ā, kia noho mātāmua mai te hauora me te angitu.

Te Āpōpō

Kia ngāwari, kia pakari hoki te whakakākahu i ōu whakaaro ki te reo Māori, kia riro ko koe hei toa kōkiri i te reo mō tōu whānau.

Study with us in 2025

Expressions of Interest Open June 1

Te Wānanga Ihorangi is putting the call out to all whānau who want to study with us in 2025! Applicants will be able to submit an Expression of Interest here between June 1 and August 31 this year.

Be the ancestor that brings te reo Māori back to your whānau, and join us next year.

Whakahaumanutia anō Te Reo

Pāwhiria kia mātakihia te kiriata

“My mum was the first ancestor since Hawaiki who wasn’t able to speak Māori on her side. That weighs on me yeah but I’m committed to keep going and to make sure that isn’t my story. Nah, for sure that is definitely not going to be my story.”

Christian Gallen (Ngāti Kahungunu),
Te Wānanga Ihorangi graduate

“I needed the push to go further from our kaiako. They were gentle but firm, and met me where I was at. All of a sudden I was doing a karanga, and calling out from a deep place. Reclamation of identity and culture can be tough, but the amazing way the kaiako walked alongside us made a big difference.”

Irene Farnham (Ngāti Awa, Tūhoe),
Te Wānanga Ihorangi graduate

“As a Samoan woman helping to raise a Māori son, these wānanga have been awesome. I walk away from class every time more determined to make our house a place where te reo lives and breathes.”

Niā Tomo (Ngāti Hāmoa, Pākehā),
Kura Reo student

“I loved my time there. The kaiako were incredibly skilled, and really kind and encouraging of all students, no matter what skill level. It was also great to be able to study in a space where our whakapono was not only accepted but encouraged, and a central part of expressing our Māoritanga.”

REV’D Hamish Dobbie (Ngāti Ruanui, Ngāruahine),
Te Wānanga Ihorangi graduate

“He huia kaimanawa te kura nei a Te Wānanga Ihorangi. He kura hirahira mō ngā tāngata katoa, Māori mai, tauiwi mai, arā, te iwi whakapono. Nau mai whakatau mai ki tēnei hapori, ki tēnei kura.”

Charles Williams (Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāi Tūhoe, Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Whakatōhea, Ngāpuhi), Kura Reo student

“Learning te reo Māori was beyond transformational for me. It was like being given a new set of eyes that allowed me to see the world in a completely different way. I felt closer to my tūpuna, to my kids, to the natural world around me. I should have done it earlier, but no regrets now … I’m just enjoying the ride.”

REV’D Te Karere Scarborough (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Hauā),
Te Wānanga Ihorangi graduate and Tumuaki | Co-Principal

“Sometimes I look back and can’t believe how far I’ve come. I’m not the guy who will automatically jump up to the front or anything but if we are in a pinch then I will stand and speak. That makes me feel so proud.”

Scott Parekowhai (Te Aitanga a Mahaki),
Te Wānanga Ihorangi graduate

Rapua he hōtaka

Kua rite rānei koe ki te eke ki taumata kē? Tirohia ngā kōrero hei whakatinana i ō wawata kōrero i te reo Māori.

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Nau mai rā e rongo ai koe i te tarawhetewhete, i te tātākī a ngā manu. Tahuri mai o taringa ki ngā kaupapa huhua ka tūhuratia e ngā manuhiri o tēnei punua pāpāho. Arā kē noa atu ngā wheako, ngā huatau ka kōrerotia e ia kaikōrero, kāore e kore he kura kei tēnei putunga kōrero mōu.
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