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The Ngā Manu Kōrero National Secondary School Speech Contests are sponsored by PPTA.

Pathways for Māori success: Māori Teachers' Conference 2016

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The 22nd NZ PPTA National Māori Teachers’ Conference 2016  - Pathways for Māori Success, Te Ao Māori and Te Ao Whānui (The Global World) - was held from Sunday 10 July to Tuesday 12 July 2016 at the Sudima Lake Rotorua Hotel, Rotorua.

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icon Maori Teachers' Conference 2016 - information (1 page) (228.41 kB) 

icon Programme for the Maori Teachers' Conference 2016 (460.87 kB)

 

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2016 Ngā Manu Kōrero National Secondary School Speech Contest

nga manu korero logo The Ngā Manu Kōrero speech competitions are sponsored by the NZ Post Primary Teachers’ Association.

The Ngā Manu Kōrero finals 2016 will be hosted by Te Reo o Te Tai Tokerau.

 

icon Ngā Whakataetae mo Ngā Manu Kōrero 2016 (99.79 kB) - Panui 1, July 2016

 

 icon 2016 Nga Manu Korero National Secondary School Speech Contest booklet (631.13 kB)

 

icon 2016 Nga Manu Korero National Secondary School Speech Contest topics (128.49 kB)

 

2016 National Competition


Date: Tuesday 20, Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 September 2016

Venue: Kensington Stadium, 97 Western Hills Drive, Whangarei

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Ngā Manu Kōrero results 2015

The Ngā Manu Kōrero national secondary school speech contests incorporating the Korimako and Sir Turi Carroll competitions for Māori pupils speaking in English and the Pei Te Hurinui Jones and Te Räwhiti Ihaka competitions for all pupils speaking in Māori, are sponsored by the New Zealand Post Primary Teachers' Association / Te Wehengarua (PPTA).

Results of the Ngā Manu Kōrero 2013 National Secondary School Speech Contests

TĀ TURI KARA
3rd – Adam McMillan (Te Matau-ā-Maui)
2nd equal – Hana Te Puni (Manawatū Horowhenua) & Piripi Gordon (Tāmaki ki te Raki)
1st – Moana Cook (Te Whaitua o Uenuku (Tāmaki ki te Tonga))

RĀWHITI IHAKA
3rd – Whāriki Black (Te Matau-ā-Maui)
2nd equal – Timi Hōhua (Mataatua), Kauri Te Pana (Waikato/Tainui), Rakaea Te Rangi-Trotman (Te Arawa)
Best female speaker – Whāriki Black (Te Matau-ā-Maui)
1st – Kaanihi Butler-Hare (Wairarapa/Awakairangi)

KORIMAKO
3rd – Te Iwarangi Hare (Mataatua)
2nd – Waimirirangi Lee-Reiri (Te Whanganui-ā-Tara ki Ōtaki)
Best prepared speech – Te Iwarangi Hare (Mataatua)
Impromptu – Te Ariki Te Puni (Manawatū Horowhenua)
1st – Te Ariki Te Puni (Manawatū Horowhenua)

PEI TE HURINUI
3rd – Thomas Aerepo-Morgan (Ōtakou/Murihiku) & Awatea Wihongi (Tamaki ki te Raki)
2nd – Kalani Pewhairangi-Charlie (Manawatū/Horowhenua)
Best prepared – Akuira Tiakiwai (Mataatua)
Impromptu – Thomas Aerepo-Morgan (Ōtakou/Murihiku)
Best female – Awatea Wihongi (Tāmaki ki te Raki)
Best male – Akuira Tiakiwai (Mataatua)
1st – Akuira Tiakiwai (Mataatua)

E Tipu E Rea trophy awarded to the school with the highest marks in both English and Māori:
Mataatua - Te Wharekura o Ruatoki

Past Ngā Manu Kōrero results: 1977-2013

icon Nga Manu Korero results 1977-2013

Māori Television reports on Ngā Manu Kōrero 2015

Nga Manu Korero livestream on Haka TV

 

 

Māori Television reports on the Ngā Manu Kōrero competitions being held at regional and national levels.  2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the Manu Kōrero competition.

weblink Ngā Manu Kōrero on Māori Television