On Thursday 25th August, a group of young Pasifika Rutherfordians were taken out to the…
The Year 11 te reo Māori class was invited by Waitākere College to play a game of ki-o-rahi with their te reo Māori class. Ki-o-rahi is a traditional Māori game based on the pūrakau(story) of Rahitutakahina and the rescue of his wife Tiarakurapakewai.
The purpose of the afternoon also was about whanaungatanga by establishing positive relationships with other students in West Auckland through kaupapa Māori events.
Our students were happy to have won the ki-o-rahi game and look forward to competing again in the future against Waitākere College.
Tēnei te mihi atu ki ngā kaitautoko hoki i tēnei rā, arā ko Matua Jeff rāua ko Whaea Te Anini. Ka tika hoki te mihi atu ki te kura tuarua o Waitākere mō te mahi whakarite. Ka mau te wehi!