Kia hiwa rā, kia hiwa rā!
"Ko au ko te pātiki, ko te pātiki ko au!" - Hori Tupaea
Te Ohu Mātauranga Reo are excited to share with you all a sneak-peak into our DIGITAL FLIPBOOK, Ngā Pātōtara o Te Awanui, for limited time only! The story follows an akomanga from Te Kura o Te Moutere o Matakana, who goes on a tipi haere with Koro Enoka to key areas around Matakana, learning about the importance of following tikanga Māori when catching pātiki, and the different taputapu (tools) used by our tupuna to catch pātiki.
See the link below to get access into our digital audio flipbook, available for a limited time.
Ngā Pātiki Whangarau Pakiwaitara Series
Ngā Pātōtara o Te Awanui
Nā Yolande Tipuna i tuhi
Nā Te Kura o Te Moutere o Matakana ngā toi matihiko me ngā rangahau marae
Ko Keeri Stanley-Kaweroa rāua ko Tukere Stanley-Kaweroa ngā kaipānui
© Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Te Rangi Iwi Trust, 2021
We will soon be sharing this link out to our school contacts and Facebook page.
Kia mau tonu mai!
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"Whāia te iti kahurangi ki te piko tō tuarā me he maunga teitei noa" - Hori Tupaea, 1842
Mauri ora e te iwi!
Are you looking for new inspiring resources to help connect and enrich your tamariki, whanau and tauira in their Ngāi Te Rangitanga? Well, look no further!!
Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Te Rangi Iwi Trust are proud to launch The Ngā Kete Kōrero ā Ngāi Te Rangi Rauemi ā-Iwi! These have been created to tautoko the development of the local curriculum within Tauranga Moana Kōhanga Reo, Kura, Wharekura, Mainstream Schools and kaiako.
The aim of these resources is to share Ngāi Te Rangi history, knowledge and tikanga, to enrich and build the cultural identity of our taiohi and rangatahi, as well as support the success and achievements of ALL learners.
There are 8 different pukapuka which cover:
Available for a limited time only: https://fliphtml5.com/bookcase/pdotr
We look forward to seeing these resources out there being used in Tauranga Moana and by Ngā uri o Ngāi Te Rangi!
Please direct any enquiries, pertaining to the guidelines of use of these resources, to the undersigned representative for Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Te Rangi Trust.
Any queries to:
(Mātauranga Reo Manager)
Ngai Te Rangi iwi is the largest one of three Tauranga Moana iwi, and the organisation is made of two entities, that of Te Runanga O Ngāi te Rangi Iwi Trust (TRONIT) and Ngāi te Rangi Settlement Trust (NST). TRONIT is responsible for the delivery of social, health, education, environmental and cultural services to meet the needs of its people, using funds derived from contracts, whilst NST has a focus on settlements and managing a large commercial property portfolio.
This new role has been created to provide direct support to the Chief Executive (CE) in the delivery of organisational business strategies. It will a require a strong commercial and financial focus on all business activities, to ensure that these are delivered in accordance with agreed contract requirements. In addition, there will be an important responsibility to ensure that people within the business are grown to perform at their optimum, through the establishment of a strong organisational wide HR strategy.
The person will deputise for the CE as required, but importantly will help to proactively screen a lot of the “noise” and unnecessary distractions away from the CE, to enable them to focus of the key strategic priorities for the organisation. You will need to have strong EQ and good judgement, along with the ability to assert yourself as needed.
To be successful in this role, you will need to be an experienced senior business manager who has demonstrated the ability to operate effectively and comfortably at a senior leadership level. A strong financial lens and associated analytical skills are essential, as is a proven history of having strong relationship management and excellent communication skills. You must be self-confident and have good problem solving capabilities. Knowledge of Ngāi te Rangi iwi, hapu and marae, and fluency in Te Reo is desirable, but not essential.
This is a unique and exciting opportunity to help to lead an iwi organisation that has significant potential for growth and to influence its development.
To apply, please visit www.gregtims.co.nz to complete the prerequisite online application form. Please direct confidential inquiries to Greg Tims on 021 628 222.