Ko te manu e kai ana I te miro, noona te ngahere.
Engari, ko te manu e kai ana I te maatauranga, noona te ao.
The bird that consumes the miro berry, owns the forest.
However, the bird that consumes knowledge, owns the world.
We have a collective group of parents and staff at Woodstock School who encourage, advocate and support issues relating to Tikanga Maori within our Kura. Please feel free to attend any of our Hui, as you will always be warmly welcomed.
Whanau Meeting Minutes Feb 2017