Who are we?

Te Rōpū Whakamanawa is a group of Year 6 students at Ara Tū Whakatā Gilberthorpe School in Hei Hei, Ōtautahi, Aotearoa. We work in a collaborative learning space of Years 4 to 6 students, called Te Ara Takitini. Welcome to our blog where we share our learning throughout 2018.

Monday, 9 May 2016

Senior Kapa Haka


Senior Kapa Haka 2016


It is so good to hear the powerful voices of our senior school Kapa Haka and Matua Anton resonating through the school again this term.  Our new waiata Rona is absolutely beautiful and we are looking forward to our next performance.
Some of the senior girls.
The majority of our group.
Matua Anton...in the middle of a waiata but still has time to pukana/pose.
Boys lines start at the front for this waiata.
It's so much easier photobombing when you are in control of the camera.  Boys are learning a new haka, Tahu Potiki.






3 comments:

  1. I think Kapa Haka is so fun. I love Tuesdays.

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  2. Love Kapa haka kids are lookin gd

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