By Tim Lucas | Posted: Monday April 10, 2017
At the end of term one, students from Year 10 Mori Studies and Year 13 mentors Nat Peacock, Niko Cockerell, Anika Bolton and Hannah Bootten spent a week in Fiordland National Park on a wnanga/leadership camp.
Deep Cove was our destination in beautiful Pātea/Doubtful Sound. Tāwhirimātea (God of weather) looked after us and we enjoyed tramping, fishing, cruising Pātea/Doubtful to the Tasman Sea, seeing Terehu (Bottlenose dolphins) and a Tohora (Southern right whale) and just hanging out with each other. A big thank you to Viv Kerr, Marty & Ang Lucas and Talea Uluakiola for their support.