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Year 1 - 8

Matariki a-kura: Matariki for schools

Auckland War Memorial Museum - Tāmaki Paenga Hira.

Students
Years 1 - 8, Kura Kaupapa Māori and Reo Rua, maximum 30 students
Cost
$5 per student for a one-hour session
Availability
9 May - 1 Jul, available Mon, Tue and Wed
Venue
Auckland Museum Learning Centre
New Zealand Curriculum
Levels 1 - 4
-Social Sciences
- Technology
- Health and Physical Education
- The Arts (Visual Arts, Dance, Music)
Related galleries and exhibitions
Te Ao Tūroa gallery

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Nau mai ki te whakanui te wa o Matariki - Welcome and join us in celebrating Matariki

Customary practices in pre-European society were based on ancient beliefs about the origin of the universe brought here by the ancestors of Māori. In 2016, our Matariki Schools programme will explore the realms of Tānemahuta, Rongomātāne and Tangaroa. We share some traditional practices associated with Matariki through handling objects, storytelling and 'make and take' activities.

Resources

  • Hot Topic: Matariki
  • Tahuri Whenua An Incorporated Society for the National Māori Vegetable Growers Collective representing Māori interests in the horticulture sector
  • The Stardome Observatory A leading astronomical attraction with a 360° digital dome theatre and the 0.5m Zeiss telescope, situated in Auckland's One Tree Hill Domain

Māori Cultural Experience

Auckland Museum's Māori Cultural Experience is recognised as being one of the best in New Zealand. Our cultural group are here under the blessing of the Taumata-ā-Iwi. Performances are available four times a day and last for approximately 30 minutes.