Year 1 - 8 View by topic: All All Arts English Learning languages Māori Mathematics Pacific Science Social Sciences Technology War Memorial Show more View by term: 3 Any 1 2 3 4 He Kete Mātauranga: Taonga PuoroTerms 1, 3 and 4, Mon to Fri 2017We explore the origins of puoro through storytelling and role play, using haka, waiata, music and movement to tell the story. He Kete Mātauranga: PowhiriTerms 3 and 4, Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, 2017Suitable for Years 5-8The pōwhiri is the formal process of bringing two groups together: tangata whenua (hosts), and manuhiri (guests). He Kete Mātauranga: Te Whare Tū TauāTerms 1, 3 and 4, Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, 2017Experience an introduction to some of the traditional aspects of Māori warfare such as the realm of Tūmataenga - the guardian of war and mankind. He Kete Mātauranga: Te Whare me ōna tikangaTerms 3 and 4, available Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 2017 What does the whare and its various parts represent? What are its parts called? What is the whare used for? He Kete Mātauranga: KōwhaiwhaiTerms 3 and 4, Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 2017 The whare tupuna, ancestral house, talks about family connections through kowhaiwhai, whakairo and tukutuku. Living World: EntomologyTerm 3, Mon – Fri, 2017Taking on the role of a young entomologist, students will learn how scientists at Auckland Museum collect specimens, what equipment they use and how specimens are stored and displayed. Pou Kanohi New Zealand at WarTerm 4, Mon–Fri, 2017, Term 1 - 4, Mon-Fri, 2018The Pou Kanohi gallery is a place to learn about New Zealand’s unique story of war and reflect on why, 100 years later, it still matters. Pou Maumahara Memorial Discovery CentreTerm 4, Mon–Fri, 2017, Term 1 - 4, Mon-Fri, 2018Our Memorial Discovery Centre, Pou Maumahara, is a place for students to research and make personal discoveries about New Zealand servicemen and women.