Te Ao Māori
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We partner with iwi, hapu, whānau, and community groups to create training programmes that support communities to be successful.
In 2020, over 4000 learners at Rōpū Whakangungu Ahuwhenua Ahumahi (PrimaryITO) identified as Māori.
The map shows where Māori learners are based across the motu.
We use industry specialists, resources, and networks to respond appropriately to the needs of learners and businesses. Wherever possible, we include local mātauranga Māori (Māori knowledge) shared by whānau to provide context and a sense of legacy.
We recognise and value the relationships that are critical for our learners to succeed. And when our learners do succeed, it reflects well on the people who have been part of the journey.