Māori Whanau

Kia ora Tatou

We have a small, but very dedicated Māori Whanau group that meets each term to discuss the opportunities and issues relating to our tamariki.

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These are some words for waiata which the new members of the Kapa Haka group need to learn.

Te Atua – Click on the link to say our Father 

Ka Pioioi E

Tohu aroha haukāinga

E hoki mai rā
Kia kite atu i tō iwi e.

E rotarota ana
E katakata ana mai rā.

Pūkana whetero mai
I te ihi ā ō mātua.

Kia kite atu ano
I tō ataahua ai kanapa
Pupuhi ai e te hau
Kapohia āku roimata.

Ka pioioi he
tohu aroha haukāinga.

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Tena Ra Koutou

Tena ra koutou nga iwi o te motu nei (x3)     Karanga mai nga iwi e       O te motu, i tenei wa    O na roopu katoa      Me nga iwi e tau nei

Tena ra koutou (hi)     E nga iwi o te motu …repeat

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WAIRUA TAPU

Wairua tapu tau mai rā

Wairua tapu mai runga

Uhia mai ngā taonga pai

Homai to aroha

Wāhia, kia tika

Akona mai rā kia ū ki te pai

Horoia, kia mau tonu rā

Mōhou te tino kororia

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He Honore

He Honore he kororia

Maungarongo ki te whenua

Whakaaro pai e

Ki nga tangata katoa

Ake, ake, ake, ake,

Amene

Te Atua, te piringa

Toku oranga

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Ooooooooooooooooooo….

Whakarongo (G) Whakarongo Mai (B)

Whakarongo (G) Whakarongo mai (B)

Ki te reo (G) Te Reo (B)

He reo, Aroha e Aue aue

Waikato e

Kia ora ra (G) Kia ora ra (B)

Mihi mai karanga mai

Kia matou e

Ki nga iwi e awhina mai

Kia koutou i te ra nei e

Karanga

Karanga mai kia matou

Waikato e

Whakaeke- Ooooooooooooooooooo

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Te Atua, tapu o nga tapu

Ki a Ihu te kororia, te honore

Te Atua, te mana hareruia

I heke mai, te maunga tapu, Ki te iwi

Hapaitia (hapaitia), te ingoa a Ihu

Whakapaingia, Whakamoemiti-ti-a

Te Atua, tapu o nga tapu

I mate nei, a Ihu e te Kingi nui

I mata nei, a Ihu e te Kingi nui