realised with new Levin kura
The ancestors of a Horowhenua iwi will have their dream come to fruition with the establishment of a new kura in Levin.
Education minister Chris Hipkins last week announced a new school, designed to extend Māori education in Levin, would be built.
The kura will cater for years 1 to 13 and will open in three years’ time.
Named Te Pā Wānanga o Tuteremoana, the school will cater for up to 250 tamariki, and mean children don’t have to travel to Ōtaki to attend a Māori medium school.