Māori Education Grant recipients 2015


We are pleased to announce the following recipients of the Māori Grants for 2015:

Bay of Islands College


To assist Davina Duke to lead a Māori Art project for Bay of Islands College students. Students will work with Māori and Non-Māori artists to help facilitate and connect them with their community.

Hailey Tobin - Te Rito Te Kāinga Reo ECE


To support the development of an e-learning resource to enhance the connection to their local landscape, guided by traditional Māori approaches.

Mangapapa School


To assist Todd Sheridan to build academic and cultural needs of taitama tāne Māori in Mangapapa School.

Riverdale School


To further support their successful Māori Boys Writing programme, in class Te Reo and Tikanga sessions – Staff Professional learning and the Te Puawai progamme – Kapa haka for 200 children.

Te Kao School


To enable full school attendance of an afterschool programme for ALL pupils for a Literacy and Numeracy programme.

TKKM o Kahungunu o Wairoa

To support the development of an e-learning base to raise student achievement and engage with their parents, families and communities.

Stacey-Ria Te Kurapa-King - Tai Wānanga student

Awarded an iPad to further support her research and development of her personalised training programme and app design.