How did Pānia Reef get its name? Hear the local legends of Pānia and view examples of taonga that are spoken about in her story. Learn about Pānia’s son, Moremore, and his role as a kaitiaki. As part of this session we will visit the Pānia statue, as well as the Kuru Taonga: Voices of Kahungunu exhibition. The visit concludes with an art activity.
Learning Areas and Strands: Social Sciences, History
Duration: 1.5 hours
Suitable for: Year 1 - 4, maximum 30 students
Availability: Begins Term 1, 2022. Ongoing.
Cost: $2.50 per student
The education programme
Based in the museum classroom, your students will:
Hear the stories of Pānia and Moremore and view taonga from their stories
Visit Pānia to hear her story and point out other key locations
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