2014 Māori Education Grant recipients


Congratulations to the recipients for 2014

Centennial Park School


To assist and accelerate whānau engagement in the use of digital technology by hosting workshops for them in Pāngarau and Reading. To support student development of digital storytelling and oral history capture of Ngāti Maniapoto tribal knowledge for resources school-wide.

Te Pūtē Rautiriata o Taranaki


To support ten total immersion Māori students (Years 6-12) currently in full immersion education to participate in a community based, pilot oral history and digital storytelling training programme delivered through Te Pūtē Rautiriata o Taranaki – the Taranaki Māori Archive.

Te Pihipihinga Kākano Mai i Rangiātea


To cover wānanga costs for four students/educators to attend the Innovative Minds Wānanga and the Creative Minds Wānanga. These wānanga align to Pūtaiao, Te Reo and Tikanga ā-iwi.

Te Whānau o Hato Petera Trust


To support costs towards the academic mentoring of 52 students for NCEA Levels 1-3 through the use of e-learning technologies and with Māori mentors all currently studying towards their Masters degrees.

Karanga Mai Early Years Centre and Young Parents College


To support four teachers and two students to develop their Te Reo Māori to support programmes at the Centre.