Te Hangi is a traditional New Zealand Māori method of cooking food using heated rocks buried in a pit oven, called an umu. On Wednesday 2 November students at Joseph Banks Secondary College, in Western Australia, took part in a Te Hangi Experience.
Students from New Zealand and Island heritage at the school, form the ‘1-Culture’ group which is active in the school. Through the Te Hangi, these students embraced their culture and proudly shared their traditions with the broader school community.
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