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  1. rewi.nankivell@core-ed.ac.nz' Rewi Nankivell says:

    Tēnā koe e te Rangatira!

    Tēnā hoki koe mō tō whakawetewete o te kupu ‘manaakitanga.’ Otirā mō te whakawhānui atu o te tikanga o te kupu nei. Kia mārama pai ai te hunga pānui ki te horopaki o taua kupu whakahirahira mā tātou.

    Ngā manaakitanga, nā

    Rewi

  2. hd@riccarton.school.nz' lisa says:

    This year our school hosted Ngā Manu Kōrero. It gave us the authentic opportunity to demonstrate our manaakitanga and whanaungatanga to a whole community of peoples. As a staff we explored the concepts of manaakitanga and whanaungatanga as part of our professional learning and how this event was a privilege that we had been given. We took this out to our school community. Every staff member helped on the day as did over 120 students. It was an amazing day.

    1. Tēnā koe e Lisa, Nice to hear you’re hosting/ manaakitanga skills were explored as a school community and from that an important event was made successful. I think the saying Mā whero, mā pango, ka tutuki te mahi! working together the job will get done. seems apt.

  3. Ngā mihi hoki ki a koe e te tuakana, he whakaaro tā tēnā tā tenā o tātou nō reira, ehara i te mea me whai, hoi anō koinei ngā whakaaro hei whakakaarotanga mā te marea.

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