Our Kura

Ko te manu e kai ana i te miro noona te ngahere, Ko te manu e kai ana i te maatauranga, noona te ao.

The bird that eats the miro berry owns the forest. The bird that feasts on knowledge owns the world.

Every school has a special taonga that they hold dear. Whether it be a physical aspect of their kura or a story passed through the generations. This is a place of sharing. A place where kura can celebrate their taonga and share it with all who visit.

Together these stories will create a great well of knowledge, deepening our understanding of how our schools tie together.

Whiria te tangata

Weave the people together.