The Rosmini College Maori Department has a new logo, Te Roopu Rangatira. Te Roopu Rangatira means a group of leaders who skilfully lead their people in a positive direction. The logo was designed by Hayden Stead-Hill from Ngati Whatua and Ngapuhi.
Te Roopu Rangatira has its own Facebook page:
Rosmini College’s Head of Maori, Matua Hone Heke says, “Congratulations to the boys who represented Rosmini College for the first time at the Prestigious Manu Korero Maori speech competition.” The students were Year 12 Whanau Leaders, Tamarau McGahan and James Roots along with fellow Year 12 students Brik Forde, Dante Coughlan and Flynn Jones. Year 11 students Gino Lever and Mitchell Dance also went. The competition was held at the University of Auckland’s Waipapa Marae on Saturday, 18th June.
A huge téná rawa atu koe (thank you very much) to the committee and all involved for the amazing way you all worked as a whanau to support our first Hangi fundraiser.Read more ...
Last Friday Te Ropu Rangatira boys had the opportunity to go to Reweti Marae for a Kapa Haka Day.
The boys learnt a new Waiata and a Haka the Maori Department are working towards a new Performance bracket for the end of term 3.
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