Room 17 will be undergoing a process of creating a Pepeha for our school. This will be our class enviro-project.
We had to find out what a Pepeha was and all the different actions we would need to do to get our pepeha completed.
Due to all the commitments we decided to create a smaller team, they were later called the Pepeha team, and together with Nicki our ICT guru they began forming, collating and planning a format that will one day be released on the Living heritage site for all.
We’ve had some ups and downs during this process. We have learned a lot and we are proud to say we are close to sharing our new, one of kind pepeha with our school.
Our greatest hope is to display the great pride we have for Wairaka whom our school is named after. We wish to keep her memory alive and we can do this by continuing to share her marvellous stories and endeavours to our new students and the world.
Please if you have any stories, or would like to add or help us get the right information – Please blog us – We look forward to hearing from you.
Nga mihi mahana ki a koutou Ko Matua John, Ko Matua Hau (ki Unitec), Ko Papa Hunia mo o koutou awhi me nga tautoko ki tenei kaupapa aroha mo Wairaka. Nana te tino take i whakatinanahia tenei pepeha. He pepeha aroha mana.
Nau te rourou, naku te rourou Ka ora nga korero e pa ana ki Wairaka.
Tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katoa.