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Friday, 1 November 2013

Halswell Light Festival Performance

Kia Ora everyone,

Here are the links to the performance on Thursday.

Such an awesome job by all of the students! You  made Oaklands very proud!!!


Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Tuesday, 30 July 2013

The Haka

Thank you to Connor Flood and Michael King for offering to present the Haka for the junior students to learn from.

YouTube Video


Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Whakataka Te Hau



Whakataka te hau ki te uru,
Whakataka te hau ki te tonga.

Kia mā ki na ki na ki uta,
Kia mā ta ra ta ra ki tai.

E hī ake ana
Te atākura
He tio, he huka, he hau hu.

Tihei,Tihei Mauri ora


                               K.  Torona titaha!
                               A.  Titaha
                               K.  Ko wai matou e tū nei!
                               A.  Ko Oaklands matou e tū ne
                                     Ki te kaha o tātou reo
                                     O tatou tikanga. Aue hi, Aue ha!
                               K.  Taka takahia! (X2)
                               A.  Kss aue, Kss aue (X2)
                               K.  Kimihia o tatou tikanga!
                               A.  Kimihia o tatou tikanga
                                     O tatou reo
                                     O tatou wairua
                                     Ake ake ake tonu atu!
                                     HI! HA!


Tikina te kakano
No Rangi a tea ano
Poipoia ra wa tia
Kia kore e ngaro
Kia kore e me me-ha e

Kia mau ki to reo Maori e
Kia u ai to mana e
Mana motu hake
Mana tu turu e
Tino Rangitiratanga
Mana Maori (Nau mai haere mai)
Motuhake (Nau mai haere mai)
Tihei, Tihei Mauri ora


                              

He Hōnere



He hōnore, he korōria
Maungārongo ki te whenua 
Whakaaro, pai e 
Kingā tangata katoa 
Ake ake, ake ake
Āmine 
Te Atua, te piringa
Toku oranga
Welcome to the Oaklands School Kapahaka Blog for 2013.

This blog has been set up for students to practice and reinforce what they have learnt in Kapahaka.