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Year 1 - 8

Te Tiriti o Waitangi

The Treaty of Waitangi united two cultures and birthed a nation. Who were those people and what event brought them together?

Missionary station at Ourou (Orua Bay) on the Manukau Harbour, about 1840. This sheltered bay is thought to be the site of one of the Auckland region Treaty signings.

Auckland War Memorial Museum - Tāmaki Paenga Hira. PD-1963-8-25.

Students
Year levels 1-8, maximum 30 students
Cost
$5 per student for a one-hour session
Availability
Term 1: Mon-Fri, 2017
Venue
Auckland Museum He Taonga Māori (Māori Court) – Hotunui
Curriculum Links
Social sciences: Levels 1–4
Technology: Levels 1–4
The arts: Levels 1–4
Te reo Māori: Levels 1–4
Health and physical education: Levels 1–4

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The Treaty of Waitangi united two cultures and birthed a nation. Who were those people and what event brought them together?

Your tamariki will enjoy:

  • a highly interactive story of the birth of our nation with role play
  • a short tour of the Treaty of Waitangi exhibit
  • discovering the past through song, dance and handling objects.

This programme can be delivered in either:

  • Total Immersion Te Reo Maori,
  • Reo rua, Bilingual
  • English

These programmes are funded by the Ministry of Education.

Kia ū ki ngā Taonga mai o Tātau Tīpuna (Hold fast to the Treasures from our Ancestors).