E hōnore he kororia ki te atua , he maungārongo ki te whenua he whakaaro pai ki nga tangata katoa, Tihei Mauri Ora
Ka pēnei te kōrero, me mau tonu mātou ki tēnei kaupapa. Ko te arohaina me te tākoha, ki te rawakore o te taiao.
(The saying is this, may we always live by our motto ‘To Love and To Serve’ remembering the disadvantaged of the world).
This whakataukī is imbedded within our prayer that we say daily, for Kotahitanga this is our guiding light as we navigate 2021.
(Kotahitanga) SPC kapahaka has a proud history that illustrates how our kaupapa Kotahitanga has enhanced the mana of our College, whānau, respective iwi and hapū for a number of years. This year is no different as we prepare for a new set of challenges for 2021.
We encourage all students that are wanting to understand tāngata whenua and our ahurea (culture), take up the challenge and come on a journey of whanaungatanga (brotherhood), ako (learn/teach) and kotahitanga (unity). We are preparing as Kotahitanga to compete in Division 1, Māori stage at Polyfest 2021, this is an immense opportunity and one of the biggest challenges we have had as kapahaka roopū to date.
Kapahaka practices will begin soon.
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