Designed to be delivered in schools, tailored to meet a range of levels.
Kapa Haka – or traditional Māori performing arts – is an intrinsic element of the Aotearoa New Zealand cultural experience.
Kapa Haka is an institution which brings together all forms of Māori performing arts and culture, and a homegrown activity through which participants can express themselves.
Te Rākau has a long history of working with young people in mainstream and alternative education, young people with experiences of state care or youth justice, and other rangatahi.
Through this work we have become staunch advocates for the teaching of te reo Māori to all children - Māori, Pākehā and Tauiwi - as their birthright.
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Our Kapa Haka programme is specifically designed to be delivered in schools, and can be tailored to meet a range of levels.
Most programmes will cover fundamental such as traditional performance and games, and introductory level te reo Māori me ngā tikanga.
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