Skip directly to main content

Welcome to the Waitangi 175 website.
For schools and organisations to share what they are doing to commemorate the 175th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi.

Nau mai! Tomo mai! Kuhu mai ki te hapori o Waitangi 175.
Kei kōnei ngā rauemi me ngā kōrero mai i ngā kura, ngā hapori hoki e hāngai ana ki te huritau 175 mo te hainatanga o Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

Resources

Whakahokia mai a Maungapōhatu

He reta tēnei nā Te Pōari Māori ō Tūhoe-Waikaremoana (Tūhoe-Waikaremoana Trust Board). I tuhia te reta nei i te tau 1974. Ko te kaupapa o tēnei reta, ko ngā whenua ō Tūhoe.

View resource

R1000305

Te Mangōroa: The Treaty of Waitangi principle in action

Summary of research findings and key questions to reflect on how well you are embedding the Treaty of Waitangi principle.

View resource

TeMangoroa

Te Ara: Story: He Whakaputanga – Declaration of Independence

In 1835 northern chiefs signed a Declaration of Independence, asserting their sovereignty over New Zealand. The declaration had been drafted by a British official, prompted in part by rumours that a Frenchman was planning to declare himself the king of New Zealand.

View resource

TeAra

Waitangi Day – how will you commemorate?

The resources in this blog encourage you to consider how Waitangi Day can be celebrated with your students and the wider community.

View resource

MOE Plimmerton School 83

See all resources