An article by Dr Alistair Reese (Pākehā), a theologian and historian. Here, Alistair "argues that there’s a fourth [Treaty of Waitangi] article — an oral agreement that guaranteed religious freedom — for which he and others are seeking official recognition through a petition to parliament and a claim to the Waitangi Tribunal."
A short article on the history of Te Aka Matua ki Te Pou Hawaiki, and two pou (posts) in the wharenui carved by John Tāpene (Maniapoto/Tūwharetoa/Te Rarawa) and Jim Stretton (Ngāti Pākehā).
From Term 1 in 2023, Aotearoa New Zealand’s histories will be part of all kura and schools’ marau ā-kura and local curriculum. The document here outlines the new curriculum content.
Te Papa provides a free downloadable activity book to help children understand the significance of Waitangi Day, through maps, flags, word puzzles, drawings, and colouring in. This resource is suitable for primary-aged children. The activity book is available as a PDF in A4 and A5 size, in English and te reo Māori.
Rauika Māngai: A guide to Vision Mātauranga – Lessons from Māori voices in the New Zealand science sector
This Guide provides a collection of perspectives and recommendations from Māori researchers and facilitators who work at the interface between the Māori and Scientific worlds.
Te Aho Arataki Marau mō te Ako i Te Reo Māori / Curriculum Guidelines for Teaching and Learning Te Reo Māori
Te Aho Arataki Marau mō te Ako i Te Reo Māori – the Curriculum Guidelines for Teaching and Learning Te Reo Māori – assists all English-medium schools in Aotearoa-New Zealand to design a curriculum which includes te reo Māori.