Students explore their Māori identity

On Friday 30 September, a group of Year 9 – 11 students participated in Auckland University’s Whakapiki Ake project, a workshop focusing on Māori identity and achievement in the Health Sciences.

Liz and Te Whatu guided students through two sessions designed to encourage student reflection and inspire them to reach their potential. Liz’s workshop helped students to reflect on how small, daily decisions can have a big impact on their future lives.

Te Whatu’s workshop inspired students to explore their Māori identity and the strengths they can draw from their heritage.