Mt Albert Grammar School Mt Albert Grammar School

12 Te Ao Haka 1

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Waimirirangi Paul.


Previous experience performing in a kapa haka competitively, at a regional level or higher, is preferred.

However, students with a passion for, and skill in performing in kapa haka, should apply for consideration.

Or HoD Approval

Te Ao Haka is a culturally responsive art form providing opportunities for all ākonga to engage in Māori culture, language and traditional practice. 

In this course, students will explore their own creativity, based on their grounding in Te Ao Haka. They will innovate and experiment, exploring their own role and connections within the Māori performing arts.

This course leads to Level 3 Te Ao Haka which is a University Entrance (UE) Approved course.




13 Te Ao Haka 1

Career Pathways

Artistic Director, Dancer

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery

*12HA1* - Supplementary costs: Approx $40 (Wānanga kapa haka)