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  1. gemma.stewart@core-ed.org' Gemma says:

    Ngā mihi Nui ki a koe Jason. He whakaaro rangatira ēnei. Kei runga rawa atu koe koutou ko tō whānau.

  2. deanne.thomas@core-ed.ac.nz' Deanne Thomas says:

    Lucky lucky tamariki!  It wasn't so many years ago that a family living at the "pa" were considered to be pōhara, kore rawa, kore hū.  How I wish I could have raised mine in the rich learning environment that you have created and nuture.  Lucky tamariki, lucky ao.

  3. Rosalie Reiri says:

    Pūhaehae katoa ahau! Koina te tino hiahia! Waimārie katoa tō whānau me tō iwi! e tika ana te kōrero, me hoki ki a tātou maunga kei reira ngā kōrero āwhina mō te tangata. Talk about building 'Multiple Cultural Literacies' and emphasis on 'multiple'. I can only imagine how taxing living on the marae must be for your whānau? Thank you for sharing, thank you for being a great example of how we can live and blend tikanga, education and IT. Māori learning environments right there, there is no better place!

  4. saphronngaia@gmail.com' saphron ngaia says:

    Ka rawe whanau! 

  5. mkumeroa@ngatiruanui.school.nz' Mama Kumeroa says:

    Nga mihi rawa atu e Jase. He tino tauira tenei ki te hunga e whakaako i o tatou tamariki kia eke ki nga kapua hikohiko. Miharo tenei kaupapa. Kua whai ngakau nui ki tenei kaupapa hirahira ki te hunga taiohi o Te Wharekura ki Te Kura Kaupapa Maori O Ngati Ruanui.

  6. allan.robinson@tekura.school.nz' Allan Robinson says:

    This is wonderful and so timely. As a 58 year old pakeha I recently maade a movie version of my mihi in Te Reo and with English sub titles for my online students at Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu.

  7. temihinga.komene@core-ed.ac.nz' Te Mihinga Komene says:

    E mihi ana ki tō kōrua tōngakingaki kia whakatupuria ngā kōrua tamariki i tēnei ao Māori motuhake nei. Kātahi te tino tauira ko tēnei mō ngā whānau puta, puta i te motu! He tika hoki tā De nei mō te rerekē o ngā whakaaro mō te noho ki te pā. He oranga ngākau ngēnei kōrero māku, e te huānga. Ka nui ngā mihi!

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