Physical activity & Nutrition

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Maori food & recipes

Nutrition , Recipes, Healthy eating, Senior Primary, Te Ao Maori - Updated

Kai Maori is made up of kaiwhenua – food from the land, and kaimoana – food from the sea.

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Kaimangatanga

Nutrition , Healthy eating, Te Ao Maori - Updated

Gathering together many different perspectives on kaupapa Māori veganism or plant-based kai and ethics is just a starting point for University of Canterbury (UC) Ngata Centenary Doctoral Scholar Kirsty Dunn.

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Maori Language Week

Nutrition , Healthy eating, Junior Primary, Senior Primary, Te Ao Maori - Updated

Nothing tells a story, or brings people and cultures together, quite like food. So why not celebrate Māori Language Week (September 10-16) through sharing a love of healthy kai (food)?

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Traditional Māori foods and recipes

Nutrition , Recipes, Healthy eating, Curriculum Development, Te Ao Maori - Updated

Always wanted to find out more about the traditional māori kai for example the process of a hangi or how to make rewena bread? Follow this link to find all the answers

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Whakapapa Fridays

Nutrition , Healthy school environment, Healthy eating, Websites, Activity, Te Ao Maori - Updated

In the early 19th century, the health and vitality of Māori in Aotearoa (New Zealand) was highly regarded by many early settlers and navigators. However today, that could not be further from the truth. Whakapapa Fridays (WF) seeks to revitalise the potential for Māori to thrive once again.

WF is a movement for sharing Māori knowledge and philosophies around health and wellbeing in a new and simple way.

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Hinu - our relationship with fat.

Nutrition , Healthy school environment, Healthy eating, Curriculum Development, Te Ao Maori - Updated

I wanted to dive in to what our relationship with fat might have looked like prior to our modernisation here in Aotearoa.

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Traditional Maori Foods

Recipes, Healthy eating, Curriculum Development, Junior Primary, Senior Primary, Websites, Te Ao Maori - Updated

Māori kai (food) is prepared using a delicious combination of kai moana (food from the sea) and kai whenua (food from the land). In this blog we talk about some of the commonly used ingredients found in traditional Māori foods.

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Tradition on a plate.

Recipes, Healthy eating, Junior Primary, Senior Primary, Video, animation, Websites, For your newsletter, Te Ao Maori - Updated

 Tradition on a Plate will show viewers how to cook delicious traditional Māori food from their own kitchen. 

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Heart of the Hapu

Nutrition , Healthy school environment, Healthy eating, Te Ao Maori - Updated

Te Hapū O Ngāti Wheke is the heart of the Rāpaki community, and it’s a heart the hapū are committed to keeping healthy.

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Rangatahi tu Rangatira

Healthy school environment, Junior Primary, Senior Primary, Websites, Activity, Te Ao Maori - Updated

Rangatahi Tu Rangatira recognises there are many things that affect people's wellness.

We promote a holistic approach to mauri ora offering information and support.

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Newsletter Messages - August 2019

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Each month we offer a selection of messages that you can copy / use / edit / re-style and include in your school newsletter.  The idea is to support the work that you are doing in the classroom and on the playing field with positive messages that are going home.

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Newsletter Snippet

Nutrition , Healthy eating, Drinks, Healthy weight, For your newsletter - Updated

Sugary Drinks

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Newsletter Snippet

Nutrition , Recipes, Healthy eating, For your newsletter - Updated

Whole Grains

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Newsletter Messages - June 2019

Healthy school environment, For your newsletter - Updated

Each month we offer a selection of messages that you can copy / use / edit / re-style and include in your school newsletter.  The idea is to support the work that you are doing in the classroom and on the playing field with positive messages that are going home.

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Healthy Heart visual food guide

Healthy eating, Healthy school environment, Senior Primary, Healthy weight - Updated

The ‘Healthy Heart’ visual food guide from the National Heart Foundation

 

  

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Healthy Active Kids programme - Food for fuel

Healthy eating, Curriculum Development, Healthy school environment, Junior Primary, Senior Primary - Updated

An inquiry-based unit plan that aims to investigate the foods that provide the best type of ‘fuel’ for our bodies using athletes as role models.
This unit provides links to reading, writing and mathematics standards and Te Reo.

The overall objective of the Nestlé Healthy Active Kids programme is to raise nutrition and health knowledge and promote physical activity with school-age children around the world. In New Zealand, we partner with AUT Millennium and the NZ Nutrition Foundation to support the development of free teachers resources, designed for teachers in partnership with teachers at School Kit, to inspire healthy and active kids through cross-curricular enquiry-based learning modules that are innovative and informative.

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Learning Experiences - Enjoying movement

Adolescent, Curriculum Development, Junior Primary, Senior Primary, Activity - Updated

This online version of the book supports the implementation of Health and Physical Education in the New Zealand Curriculum (1999) by providing teachers with ideas for planning units of work to meet the identified learning needs of their students. Although the learning experiences present a teaching sequence, teachers are not expected to implement all the suggested activities or necessarily to follow the sequence suggested. To meet the learning needs of their students, teachers may use all or part of this book over a two-year cycle and may also select from activities designed for other year levels.