Purapura whetu

10th May 2022

Purapura whetu ran some awesome carving and weaving workshops at Te Hā o Mātauranga today, and we had the priviledge of hosting Hapuku Kura while they took part! This was a beautiful experience for our rangatahi to help the tamariki from Hapuku in their creating. Huge mihi to Hapuku Kura for allowing us to be part of their kaupapa, and to Matua Ben from KHS for bringing along tuakana from his reo classes.

April Newsletter!

14th Apr 2022

Our April newsletter is now out! Keep an eye out in your mail boxes over the next week for some fun holiday reading!

Driving Courses

11th Apr 2022

Te Hā o Mātauranga ran three driver licence courses recently; Wheels Tracks and Rollers, Forklift, and Class 4 heavy traffic. It was a huge success with 14 people passing the WTR course, 13 passing the forklift course, and 5 passing the class 4 course. Thank you to Brendon from Mainland Driving School in Christchurch for running the courses for us.

Hit the Poster Exhibition

4th Apr 2022

Our youth art exhibition is now open at the J and S Wyatt Exhibition Suite at the Mayfair - displaying some awesome work created by taiohi in a workshop led by local artist Matt Moriarty.


22nd Mar 2022

A massive thanks to the crew from THETA Sexwise for the very entertaining performance and fabulous discussion about healthy relationships.

Garden BBQ

4th Mar 2022

We are having a BBQ for our garden volunteers today - so if you have worked in the garden, even for a little bit, come and join in at 12.30 - we would love to see you! You don't need to bring anything for the bbq, just yourselves!

We have a new position!

1st Mar 2022

Fantastic opportunity to make a difference... We are looking for someone to fill a full-time Kaitautoko Ākonga - Learner Support role. Check out the full Job Description to learn more about this exciting opportunity! https://drive.google.com/.../12mN.../view...

Hit the Poster

27th Feb 2022

Huge shout out to Matt Moriarty for running this amazing digital art workshop! We had 10 focused and enthusiastic participants who all worked full steam and created some very cool posters - thanks to the Ministry of Youth Development for funding this opportunity!

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