Te Whakatuwheratanga o Te Ara a Tāwhaki
October 09, 2018
Ki te Wheiao, ki te Ao Mārama!
Tēnei tonu te reo maioha te whakamihi atu nei ki te hunga i tae mai ki te whakanui i te whakatuwheratanga o tō tātou whare, Te Ara a Tāwhaki i te marama o Hereturikōkā i tenei tau. He whare tēnei kia manaaki i ngā ākonga e whai haere ana i te ara a Tāwhaki kia hāpai i ō tātou whānau, i ō tātou hapū, i ō tātou iwi, i ō tātou marae.
He ao te rangi ka ūhia, he huruhuru te manu ka tau.
- He tuhinga nā Kahukura Kemp
At the entrance to the building stands the poukaiāwhā that depicts ngā Ahorangi.
The koruru is named Tāwhaki. The tekoteko is named Kupe.
Te Ara a Tāwhaki is the brand new lecture theatre that can seat up to 16o people.
On the walls are carvings that depict our atua Māori and rangatira/tūpuna of the
Ko te tāhuhu o Te Ara a Tāwhaki.
The building has a central courtyard where students can get some fresh air while
Te Uruuru Matua (the library) is a light and airy comfortable space.
Students have plenty of space to study.
Support services for students are located next to the library.
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