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Year 1 - 8

Te Ao Pasifika

Wednesday, Term 4, 2017 and Term 1 2018

Te Ao Pasifika is programme that can be tailored to your needs. It examines specific aspects of Pasifika traditions and identity.

Ipu Moana: Myths and legends of the Pacific

Mon-Tues, Term 4 2017 and Term 1 2018

This programme exploring the legends of the Pacific is a collection-based experience where students handle objects and participate in stories and movement.

Ipu Moana: Celebrate Pasifika

Mon-Tues, Term 4 2017 and Term 1 2018

Students will explore some of the unique celebrations and ceremonies that Pacific people practise in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Ipu Moana: Pacific music and dance

Mon-Tues, Term 4 2017 and Term 1 2018

In this programme students trace the dispersal of musical instruments and dance throughout the Pacific and finally to Aotearoa New Zealand.

Ipu Moana: Tapa and tīvaivai

Mon-Tues, Term 4 2017 and Term 1 2018

Students explore two renowned Pacific arts – tapa and tīvaivai, tracing the origins of tapa through cultural, botanical, linguistic and archaeological evidence.

Te Tiriti o Waitangi: The Treaty of Waitangi

Term 1 only, Mon to Fri 2017

Te Tiriti o Waitangi is New Zealand's founding document. Why is there so much controversy today?

Ipu Moana

Mon-Tues, Term 4 2017 and Term 1 2018

Ipu Moana is made up of 3 two-hour programmes, designed to share Pasifika cultural traditions with you and your students. Choose the option that is the most relevant to your curriculum and class interests.

The Anzac Drama

Term 1, 26 Mar–11 Apr, 2018

The Anzac Drama explores some of the impacts and consequences of World War I. Students participate in this immersive experience led by our talented actors.