This course requires 2 options.
NCEA Level 3 Te Waharoa
Teacher in Charge: Ms J. McLeod
A course for students who are passionate about Māori culture and history. It offers students an opportunity to delve deep into researching traditional and modern Māori knowledge and cultural concepts. Also included will be field trips locally and occasional guest speakers. This course provides a Matauranga Māori focus for learners focusing on contextualised learning.
Te Waharoa draws on the NCEA unit standards based on tikanga (culture) and mātauranga (knowledge) Māori. The course is flexible and can be tailored to students’ interests. It draws from standards and resources that focus on a wide range of areas, both modern and traditional, such as Taonga Pūoro, Whakairo, New Māori Music, Mau Rākau, Reo Māori Media, Māori Tourism, and Manaaki Marae. Standards listed below are an indicative sample of what is available.
Recommended Prior Learning
Total Credits Available: 30 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 30 credits.