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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...

Our Kaiārahi Training and Nutrition Lead, Haylee Koroi, has recently moved to Hokitika and is getting to know her new surroundings. Read on to hear about her observations and how she has recently picked up the foraging bug!  The kōwhai flowers are blooming bright yellow in...

There is no set outcome when designing with and for the community. Read on as our Kaiārahi- Design, innovation, research lead, Crystal Pekepo-Ratu explores the Toi Tangata take on co-design - Toi Manarau.  Co-design is a commonly used design approach which has been gaining popularity in...

At Toi Tangata, we understand and walk alongside our hoamahi with our own aspirations to deepening our knowledge and practice of our taonga tuku iho, including te reo Māori. Our kaimahi, Renei Ngawati, shares her reflections on our first ever Kura Reo. To commemorate Mahuru Māori,...

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 Māori. They were first introduced to He Pī Ka Rere in 2018 by Darrio and the team at Toi Tangata...