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School stories

These success stories from the New Zealand Curriculum Online website provide examples of ideas and approaches of teaching and learning te reo and tikanga Māori that have been used to help raise Māori student achievement. Each example includes a brief movie clip and some background information.

Developing whānau priorities at Te Kura o Hiruharama
Through the partnership of students, whānau, and staff at Te Kura o Hiruharama, key priorities have been identified and translated into school and classroom practice.

Putting students first
School leaders, teachers, students, and parents/whānau/iwi at Taihape Area School have partnered to undertake an extensive programme of change.

Exploring parallel documents at Merivale and Maungatapu Schools
Jan Tinetti from Merivale School and Sue Horne from Maungatapu School have been looking at using both The New Zealand Curriculum and Te Marautanga o Aoteoroa in their schools.

Te reo Māori at Three Kings School
Learn about this school’s commitment to implementing programmes that include the teaching and learning of te reo and tikanga Māori. The te reo Māori lead teacher worked alongside the Team Solutions te reo Māori advisor exploring the curriculum document and beginning the journey towards planning a te reo Māori programme in the school.

St Joseph's School Onehunga - Te reo Māori curriculum change
At the beginning of 2008 St Joseph’s School began working through the process of developing their school wide te reo Māori programme.

Living the principle - Te reo me ōna tikanga at Rotorua Boys' High
Rotorua Boys’ High School illustrates how embedding te reo me ōna tikanga Māori throughout the school provides a framework for successful teaching and learning. The teaching of te reo Māori is inseparable from tikanga, and other programmes being offered by the school are Māori centered.

Opportunities for Māori student success at Chisnallwood School
The Chisnallwood Intermediate staff and community decided one of their key goals would be to ensure the school and its programmes were providing best opportunities for Māori students to succeed.

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