Teacher in Charge: Mr K. WilliamsRequired Prior Learning
Students wanting to enrol in this course will want to learn about Tīkanga Māori and Māori performing Arts. There is no prerequisite to enrolling in this course.
Students will undergo learning of various elements of Māori protocols and rituals for various Māori occasions, as well as learning all disciplines of Māori Performing Arts individually and as a performing bracket.
This course provides foundation learning in all these areas with emphasis on Tauranga Moanatanga as well as awareness of kawa ā-iwi.
Unit Standards are available specific to L1 NCEA various disciplines such as Mau Rākau, Māori Performing Arts, and Tīkanga Māori.
All students assessed in this way will be expected to demonstrate on-going commitment, outside of the classroom, to the activity (Kapa Haka) for the duration of the activity. Assessment will occur once students present a readiness to be assessed.
Performance Components, Kapa Haka Emsemble
Demonstrate knowledge of haka and waiata
Choreography and performance
Māori and Pacifica Awards Focus
This course allows learners exposure to cultural knowledge affordable to any pathway.Course Costs