The whole school will share hāngī together to celebrate the true meaning of Matariki. The main kaupapa is to reflect, celebrate and plan for the future, and sharing kai as a kura is a way of coming together to recognise those that have passed over the last year, and to support one another in creating a strong foundation for the years to come.
Everyone has the opportunity to contribute to this kaupapa through a koha of vegetables. If you are able to koha it would be awesome to use this guide to help you:
Blake House – Potatoes
Snell House – Kumara
Aoraki House – Carrots
Mullins House –
- HSm CJm DGm FMm – Onions
- JBm JRm KRm KSm – loaves of bread,
- LDm LMm MMm MCm – Potatoes
- PUm RMm SJm YJm – kumara
The koha can be brought to school and gifted during Period 1 Wednesday 15th June.
We are looking forward to celebrating Matariki together for the first time as a kura.