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TE RĀ NEI I TE PŌ NEI

Te Rā Nei i Te Pō Nei is our OnTV programme featuring a script entirely in te reo Māori!

E kōrero ana mō ngā āhuatanga rerekē puta noa i te ao, tae atu ki te whiwhi oranga hei moke, he tangata kāore e taea te whakamutu te katakata i kī kua hē tino hē tōna ao ināianei, he uiui i te tangata whakarapa rawa i te ao katoa, me te kōrero ki tētahi rōpū e whai ana i ētahi whakapono tino rerekē. Mehemea i pōhēhē koe he āhua rerekē ngā karere i te awatea, taihoa nei koe ka kite i a Te Rā Nei i Te Pō Nei.

Covering events of the unusual from around the globe, including making a living as a hermit, a person who cannot stop laughing says his life is in ruins, and an interview with the world’s unluckiest person, plus a chat with a group who hold some unusual beliefs. If you thought the news stories during the day were sometimes a bit odd wait till you see what goes on Tonightline.

This programme will see your students working collaboratively toward a collective outcome, and engaging the following:

Technology 
Designing and Developing Digital Outcomes

The Arts
Developing Ideas
Developing Practical Knowledge 
Communicating and Interpreting
Understanding in Context 

Key Competencies
Thinking
Participating and Contributing
Using Language
Symbols and Texts
Managing Self

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Your support can help us reach more children around Aotearoa with creativity-inspiring experiences. Help to ignite the spark in children and young people.

OnTV

TE RĀ NEI I TE PŌ NEI

Te Rā Nei i Te Pō Nei is our OnTV programme featuring a script entirely in te reo Māori!

E kōrero ana mō ngā āhuatanga rerekē puta noa i te ao, tae atu ki te whiwhi oranga hei moke, he tangata kāore e taea te whakamutu te katakata i kī kua hē tino hē tōna ao ināianei, he uiui i te tangata whakarapa rawa i te ao katoa, me te kōrero ki tētahi rōpū e whai ana i ētahi whakapono tino rerekē. Mehemea i pōhēhē koe he āhua rerekē ngā karere i te awatea, taihoa nei koe ka kite i a Te Rā Nei i Te Pō Nei.

Covering events of the unusual from around the globe, including making a living as a hermit, a person who cannot stop laughing says his life is in ruins, and an interview with the world’s unluckiest person, plus a chat with a group who hold some unusual beliefs. If you thought the news stories during the day were sometimes a bit odd wait till you see what goes on Tonightline.

This programme will see your students working collaboratively toward a collective outcome, and engaging the following:

Technology 
Designing and Developing Digital Outcomes

The Arts
Developing Ideas
Developing Practical Knowledge 
Communicating and Interpreting
Understanding in Context 

Key Competencies
Thinking
Participating and Contributing
Using Language
Symbols and Texts
Managing Self

  • Where:OnTV Studio
  • Years:4+

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Your support can help us reach more children around Aotearoa with creativity-inspiring experiences. Help to ignite the spark in children and young people.

The students loved their day at Capital E! They got so much out of it and came back to school buzzing about their experiences.

Teacher, Wellington

My visit to Capital E was really great. I have many friends who produce music on their computers but I’ve never tried to do so myself. After this session however, I am definitely going to download Sony’s Acid when I get home. Overall great experience and a great teacher.

Student

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