Māori and Aboriginal education programs
Teachers – we’re here to make your job easier! Our curriculum-linked tours and school incursions are delivered by experienced Aboriginal and Māori educators who connect students to culture, heritage and history through hands-on experiences, story-telling, song and dance.
Kotahi education programs cover the key content areas of Aboriginal and Māori history, heritage and culture; Māori migration and sustainability. Tours and school incursions are supported with comprehensive teaching resources. Hāngi (traditional Māori catering) and Bush Tucker lunches or morning/afternoon tea are available as optional extras.
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Conjola tours (NSW South Coast)
Discover Lake Conjola with your students on a 2-hour walking tour with experienced educators, and hear fascinating stories of history, heritage and natural environment in a stunning South Coast location.
Curriculum links: History, Geography, Science and Sustainability. Conjola tours are also available for ESL students.
As for all Kotahi Tourism experiences, consultation with teachers at time of booking ensures our educators deliver a tour specific to the learning outcomes for your class.
Please contact us for further information about our education programs or call 02 4456 4848.