For those who have attended our Introduction to Te Reo course. Continue learning Te Reo and Te Ao Māori. Please contact the office if you are new to our programme. It is essential that students attend at least 80% of classes.
For those who have completed Te Reo Māori Introduction (Level 1) with Selwyn Community Education with strong attendance. If you have not attended a beginners course at Selwyn Community Education, please contact the office to arrange an interview with our Te Reo teacher so we can assess the best course for you to attend.
By the end of the course, you’ll be able to:
What to bring to class: pen and exercise book, Māori dictionary.
The course fee subsidy is available to NZ citizen and permanent resident adults, and young people aged 16+ who are not currently enrolled in a NZ secondary school. We need to collect extra information such as age, ethnicity, educational achievement and gender for statistical purposes. You must also provide evidence of NZ citizenship or residency if requested. A condition of accepting this subsidised course fee is attending at least 80% of classes.
Tēnā koutou, Ko David (Rāwiri) Ratū taku ingoa, nō te iwi o Ngaati Te Ata, Te Waiohua, Waikato-Tainui, Ngaati Maniapoto. Greetings, David (Rāwiri) Ratū is my name. I am a descendant of the Ngaati Te Ata, Te Waiohua, Waikato-Tainui and Ngaati Maniapoto Tribes. Paimārire – goodness and peace.
I need to indicate that the tikanga I will be using throughout the course will be that of my iwi, Waikato. The only time I will reference another iwi is to indicate a difference in dialect.
To enrol in this course, you will have successfully completed (with strong attendance) Te Reo Māori Introduction (Level 1) at Selwyn Community Education. If you have not attended a first level Te Reo course at Selwyn Community Education, or your attendance was patchy, please contact the office and will arrange an enrolment interview with our tutor to ascertain the best course for you to join.
Te Reo Introduction (Level 1)