E ngā iwi
E ngā mana
E rau rangatira mā
E te whānau
Tēnā koutou katoa
Whakatata mai ki Te Kura Whakaako i ngā mahi a Rongo, haere mai koutou katoa, tau mai.
Tēnā koe, koutou rā o tēnā moka, te hau kāinga, nā rātau te tumanako kia ū ki ngā mahi whakakaha i ēnei reanga Māori, te puāwaitanga hao mai i ngā mōhiotanga o te ao hou, ngā mahi a RONGO hopu i te ata o te kōrero te putanga o te māramatanga kei roto i ngā nekeneke whakaako Pikitia-Pouaka-whakaata anō hoki.
Ngā mihi nui ki a koutou katoa.
Nā Haare Williams me Gerben Cath
Tena koe, tena koutou katoa.
I have really enjoyed my studies at South Seas Film & TV School. There was a strong feeling of Whanaungatanga as we worked our way through theoretical and practical assignments using the school’s impressive cameras, lighting, editing, sound recording and other equipment and facilities. But it was the friendships that developed as staff and students worked together that stood out most of all.
I enjoyed the course even though it was intense and challenging. I am passionate about te reo, tikanga and the Treaty of Waitangi, and I want to continue to follow these as special interests. I know that other Māori students will follow us in the future, and for that reason I recommend this course to them, their parents and to our people.
No reira, kia tau te ora me te pai ki a koutou katoa e tautoko mai na i tenei kaupapa hei oranga mo tatau katoa.
Na Romana Potts (South Seas 2004 graduate)