An acknowledgment to one of our junior members Gabriel Tongaawhikau for receiving the honor of James Cook High School head boy. Through dedication and hard work demonstrates that you can have a balanced life that includes all things Maori, competitive kapahaka, education and maintaining your own health and well-being.
Kaitataki Wahine: Ariria Blackburn Kaitataki Tane: Lenox Nevin Te Kōrero o te Roopu: kua whai atu te roopuu hei ki te whakatauki araa. ko te manu e kei ana i te miro nōhā te ngahere ko te manu e kei ana i te matauranga nōhā te ao. Puanga performance bracket 2014. Whole bilingual unit performance at […]
At the Taranaki Puanga festival we encourage everyone to participate including the children of kohanga reo. view the cutest video ever at the Taranaki Punga festival
We truly appreciate all the efforts of our kaimahi, from parents, teachers, volunteers, student and every other role that was filled by the committed people of the wider Taranaki community.
Open seniors grade results have been posted. It was a great show to end the festivals competition
Hard work and dedication has brough the under 21s teams to the Taranaki Puanga Festival, the results are in and you can read more here.
Fierce competitions raged on from Thursday until Friday afternoon for the under 13’s kapahaka competitions, see the results here
Talent from across the Taranaki region came together at the Taranaki Puanga Festival. The entertainment was amazing and spirits were lifted as the performers took the stage.
23 November 2014, Tuutuu Sausage Sizzle Fundraiser at the Bellblock warehouse for our stand on the 2015 Te Matatini Stage.
10th annual festival held OCT 30th, 31st and NOV 1st 2014 at the Waitara War Memorial