Cheryl shared a moment

Cheryl Campbell | May 2021

te reo Maori is so beautiful, it just cannot be lost, it is so important that it flourishes and needs to continue to be taught in all our schools, it is part of our heritage.
te reo Maori is so beautiful, it just cannot be lost, it is so important that it flourishes and needs to continue to be taught in all our schools, it is part of our heritage. I did a 3 year course at our local whanaunga and when I graduated I made a promise to promote te reo where and whenever I could. My son and granddaughter have Maori heritage and it’s very important to me to encourage them in learning te reo.