Level 2 Tikanga Māori
Teacher in Charge: Whaea D. Robson
This is a course for those students wishing to develop a greater understanding of the trials and tribulations of the indigenous people of New Zealand.
What is taught in courses varies from year to year. This course could include:
The course covers a wide range of topics from Traditional Māori Society to Colonial New Zealand.
There is also an introductory kapahaka component to this course for those wanting to develop specific skill sets and a chance for those adept kapahaka students to help tutor primary school kapahaka groups.
Recommended Prior Learning
This course has no prerequisites; open entry for all.
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
There may be a marae noho during the year.
Please note that courses will go ahead only if student numbers, staffing, and timetabling allow it. Where a subject is oversubscribed, and there are insufficient numbers or resources to create an extra class, a ballot system may be applied.
The Board of Trustees has again asked to opt into the Ministry of Education donation scheme. Doing so resulted in the ability to waive student fee donations. Kaiapoi High School aims to deliver quality educational courses over and above those that which is funded by the Ministry. It is likely the School will opt into the donation scheme for 2023, however parental contribution for the costs of trips and activities where participation is optional, and/or components not covered by the Government grant, may be requested. We appreciate the financial support our families make to the School.