Students learn through te reo Māori and Māori cultural practices, principles and values. The kura has developed its own curriculum to reflect both Te Marautanga o Aotearoa and the kura principles.
The kura is open to tamariki/children of all iwi and race, we currently have many iwi from around the country attending the kura with a strong Ngāti Toa representation.
Active whānau committed to maintaining te reo Māori in their homes is ritical to children succeeding in this kura.
Expressing Māori aspirations, upholding Māori cultural values, taking part in and leading te reo Māori revitalisation will be any everyday occurrence albeit at home and or overseas now and in the future.
There are approximately 300 students attending TKMP. With around 230 students in primary and about 70 students attending our wharekura.
Tēnā koutou, kia maumahara - mā te kura ngā pukapuka me ngā taputapu ako matea e toha atu ki ngā ākonga katoa. Kāore he utu mō ēnei rauemi.
Just a reminder the kura will distribute all necessary books and learning equipment to all students. There is no cost for these resources.