Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Kapa Haka Sharing

At the end of the day, members of our Kapa Haka proudly share their learning with the class.
In other news, this week is Maori Language Week

Te Wiki o te Reo Māori.

"Arohatia te Reo is the theme for Māori Language Week, which means to cherish the language. We encourage you, no matter who you are, where you come from, or what you do, to find a way to express how you can use, honour, speak and show your love for the language of our country."

We are making sure we celebrate and cherish te Reo during Māori Language Week in Room 20.


  1. That was so cool.
    I really like performing to the class after Kapa-Haka every Tuesday, it is real fun.

  2. Wow Kapa Haka people.
    Our voices are great, thanks Seth for recording us, and thanks Mr.m for putting the video on the class blog.

  3. Cool Guys
    I like how you share a part of what you learn about every week

  4. Well done to myself and the rest of the kapahaka people we did a really good job Thanks Mr M with the editing and stuff its an awesome post that goes with the Maori laungeage week

  5. Awesome Kapa Haka kids.
    You guys sound really well together. You are really brave to get up in front of all the class and sing. You are really brave. Well done. Awesome post Mr.M. :) Well done to you all.

  6. This is so cool Kapa Haka kids! you guys are awesome together. Its great to put a post of Kapa Haka on the school blog it shows what the Kapa Haka kids learn out of class! Well Done Mr M this is such a awesome post just like all the other post you do :)

  7. Cool Mr.M!
    I like sharing what we have been doing in Kapa Haka, its really fun.
    Well done:)

  8. Wow Kapa Haka group! that looked really fun.

    You guys were really great I think you might get some year 5 ore younger kids for next years Kapa Haka group!.