Pare Hauraki - Ngāti Tamaterā - Ngāti Tāwhaki.
Maniapoto – Ngāti Unu.
Te Arawa – Ngāti Rehu – Ngāti Rangiwewehi.
Dip. T Wai, HDip. T Wai, PGDipEd VUW, M. CW, SFHEA, AUT
E ngā uri o ngā whare tapu o ngā ao whānui, tēna tatou katoa.
He uri a Herewini mai i ngā pūrākau o ngā whenua o Pare Hauraki, o Maniapoto, o Te Arawa atu ki ngā whenua o Wēra o Ingarangi hoki.
He tangata pūmau ia ki ngā tikanga o Ako, nā reira, ahakoa he ākonga, he kaiako, he kaiwhakaako, nau mai haere mai rukuhia ki Te Taiako.
Salutations to you the descendants of the sacred houses of the universes, greetings.
Herewini is a descendant of the herstories and histories of the geographics of Pare Hauraki, Maniapoto, Te Arawa, Wales and England.
He is a strong enthusiast of the principles of Ako, therefore, if you are an ākonga, kaiako, or kaiwhakaako and you wish to seek learning advice, come to Te Taiako Student Learning, Ako mai.
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