Contact person: John Kingi
Phone: 04 920 1483
Address: 7-9 Barnes Street Seaview Petone
Open: 9.00am - 5.00pm

NATIONAL PROGRAMME

Rangatahi Tū Rangatira (R2R) is a National Training Provider.

Our focus is to promote cultural and physical wellbeing for rangatahi Māori, to promote cultural and physical wellbeing for rangatahi Māori and to encourage the development of rangatahi as future leaders.

Grounded in tikanga Māori (Māori cultural principles and practices), R2R provides opportunities for rangatahi to participate in physical activity and wellbeing activities through te ao Māori; connecting with the natural environment- maunga, ngahere, awa, taonga tākaro, atuatanga and whakapapa based practices.

Our training support involves coordination and delivery of Ngā Taonga Tākaro wānanga, education sessions, regional provider update trainings, and event support throughout Aotearoa.

R2R will increase regional provider capacity and capability by:

    • Implementing the Trainer programmes for all 14 regional health providers across the country

    • Providing follow up training, ongoing support, advice, networking and promotion, development of resources and support for regional tournaments

    • Sending electronic newsletters about events and information updates throughout the country

    • Increasing awareness and knowledge of taonga tākaro

    • Engage with iwi at a local level

    • Discover existing events and activities, 

    • Help initiate new activities

    • Develop relationship with the leaders of Māori sports

    • Identify where there are gaps that need filling

    • Identifying natural resources

    • Identify and remove or minimise barriers to participation wherever possible

REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Rangatahi Tu Rangatira (R2R) is a programme that encourages rangatahi Māori participation (ages 13 - 19 years) in all sports and physical activities, with a particular focus on Māori games and the use of Māori values and tikanga māori.  

We do this by

    • working with schools, education institutes, māori providers, marae, community providers, city councils, DHB's etc.

    • facilitating Tāonga Tākaro and Ki o Rahi lessons on marae, in secondary schools and rangatahi community groups

    • Provide regional training/ workshops for teachers, physical activity or rangatahi programme coordinators

    • Coordinate Ki o Rahi games and tournaments withing the Hutt Valley and Wellington areas

    • Facilitate a Rangatahi Advisory Group

    • Provide Tāonga Tākaro coaching clinics

    • Assist with regional Holiday Programmes

  • We deliver games such as: Ki o Rahi, Poi Toi, Tapu Ae, Tī Uru and more

Whakapā mai- Who to contact for more information

Phone (04) 920 1486 and ask for John Kingi

See us at Kōkiri Marae, 7-9 Barnes St, Seaview, Lower Hutt 5010

Complete the Contact Form to have someone call you back

Click Here to make a referral to one of our services

 http://www.r2r.org.nz/

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Contact person: John Kingi
Phone: 04 920 1483
[email protected]
Address: 7-9 Barnes Street Seaview Petone
Open: 9.00am - 5.00pm

NATIONAL PROGRAMME

Rangatahi Tū Rangatira (R2R) is a National Training Provider.

Our focus is to promote cultural and physical wellbeing for rangatahi Māori, to promote cultural and physical wellbeing for rangatahi Māori and to encourage the development of rangatahi as future leaders.

Grounded in tikanga Māori (Māori cultural principles and practices), R2R provides opportunities for rangatahi to participate in physical activity and wellbeing activities through te ao Māori; connecting with the natural environment- maunga, ngahere, awa, taonga tākaro, atuatanga and whakapapa based practices.

Our training support involves coordination and delivery of Ngā Taonga Tākaro wānanga, education sessions, regional provider update trainings, and event support throughout Aotearoa.

R2R will increase regional provider capacity and capability by:

    • Implementing the Trainer programmes for all 14 regional health providers across the country

    • Providing follow up training, ongoing support, advice, networking and promotion, development of resources and support for regional tournaments

    • Sending electronic newsletters about events and information updates throughout the country

    • Increasing awareness and knowledge of taonga tākaro

    • Engage with iwi at a local level

    • Discover existing events and activities, 

    • Help initiate new activities

    • Develop relationship with the leaders of Māori sports

    • Identify where there are gaps that need filling

    • Identifying natural resources

    • Identify and remove or minimise barriers to participation wherever possible

REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Rangatahi Tu Rangatira (R2R) is a programme that encourages rangatahi Māori participation (ages 13 - 19 years) in all sports and physical activities, with a particular focus on Māori games and the use of Māori values and tikanga māori.  

We do this by

    • working with schools, education institutes, māori providers, marae, community providers, city councils, DHB's etc.

    • facilitating Tāonga Tākaro and Ki o Rahi lessons on marae, in secondary schools and rangatahi community groups

    • Provide regional training/ workshops for teachers, physical activity or rangatahi programme coordinators

    • Coordinate Ki o Rahi games and tournaments withing the Hutt Valley and Wellington areas

    • Facilitate a Rangatahi Advisory Group

    • Provide Tāonga Tākaro coaching clinics

    • Assist with regional Holiday Programmes

  • We deliver games such as: Ki o Rahi, Poi Toi, Tapu Ae, Tī Uru and more

Whakapā mai- Who to contact for more information

Phone (04) 920 1486 and ask for John Kingi

See us at Kōkiri Marae, 7-9 Barnes St, Seaview, Lower Hutt 5010

Complete the Contact Form to have someone call you back

Click Here to make a referral to one of our services

 http://www.r2r.org.nz/

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