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He Pī Ka Rere

Wikitoria Burdon and Raiha Johnson are creating tomorrow's leaders at Invercargill’s Waverley Park School with the He Pī Ka Rere programme. Teachers Raiha Johnson (Te Rarawa) and Wikitoria Burdon (Te Rarawa), of Waverley Park School in Invercargill, are fierce advocates for te reo me ona tikanga...

Tamariki in the rohe of Taranaki now have new ways to be active thanks to Sport Taranaki and Tui Ora Whānau Health & Well-being who hosted a He Pī Ka Rere wānanga in July. Whānau and kaimahi from seven kōhanga reo of Taranaki came along...

To celebrate Matariki, Te Purapura o Ngāti Awa ki Rangitāiki me Kawerau hosted Te Rā Whakahirahira o Matariki. Bringing together kaimahi, tamariki and whānau from all nine kōhanga reo within the purapura, the whānau friendly event offered korikori stations and activities associated with ngā atua...

As reported by The Gisborne Herald: DARRIO Penetito-Hemara is the creative mind behind He Pi Ka Rere, the new learning tool that helps children build a healthy relationship with kai (nutrition) and kori (movement). The Auckland based kaiarahi (leader), a training and development specialist for Toi Tangata,...

Tuesday 21st November 2017 10am-2pm Springvale Stadium London Street Whanganui Based on traditional techniques used by our tūpuna, He Pī Ka Rere is a kori and kai (movement and nutrition) approach to nurturing the development of under 5's within their early learning environments. For enquiries, please contact Darrio Penetito-Hemara darrio@toitangata.co.nz 021 554 165 View flyer REGISTER...

He Pī Ka Rere is a kaupapa Māori physical activity and nutrition approach that nurtures and develops the whole being of a tamaiti in Kaupapa Māori Early Learning Environments (KMELE). This approach is based on traditional techniques used by our tūpuna and born from the...