Kia KANA te MATA ki te Ao!
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The Māori Language Commission was set up under the Māori Language Act 1987 and continued under Te Ture Reo Māori 2016 / Māori Language Act 2016 to promote the use of Māori as a living language and as an ordinary means of communication.
The team at Te Reo Singalong is led by Sharon and Alan Holt, who write, publish, market and sell Te Reo Singalong books from their home in Te Aroha. They also love travelling to centres and schools to perform the books for children and teachers. It’s a very busy life, full of fun and challenges. Fortunately, they get along well together!
Māori Television is New Zealand’s indigenous broadcaster, providing a wide range of local and international programmes for audiences across the country and online. Māori language is a taonga (treasure) at the heart of Māori culture and New Zealand’s unique cultural identity
Here at the Te Reo channel you can enjoy a full service of 100 per cent Māori language programming. We offer the latest news and views, chat shows and infotainment as well as sport and children’s shows. Te Reo channel is on SKYTV: channel 82 and Freeview: channel 15.
This site offers information, resources, news, advice, and guidance, inspiring school stories, practical ideas, research reports, how to get support, and much, much more.
Skool Loop has been developed as vital school tool that provides parents and teachers throughout Australia and New Zealand with events, including school term dates, mufti days, parent teacher interviews, sports days all pertaining to their own children’s school.
KidsLink is an online resource for schools and their family and whanau communities. Here, you will find a range of service providers that specialise in working with children, teenagers and their families with issues that affect their learning, development and well-being