"I just wanted to say a huge thanks for coming in to  school to deliver your Treaty workshop. With a focus on anti-racism, the dynamic and action packed day was thoughtfully interwoven with waiata, history readings and up to date peer-reviewed thinking." 

Taunaki | Testimonials

"By far the best PD in a long time. I came away feeling more confident and comfortable. The way in which Jen delivered it was so good. I really think this should be rolled out across all schools and funding given! An amazing woman who was inspirational and approachable.”

"Lots of learning on so many levels. You provided essential tools that will not only stand up to racism but to all discrimination in the community. You were an amazing facilitator; captivating, inspiring, and engaging. Love your mahi!"

He Aro | Purpose
  • To build the capacity of participants to enact equitable and just practices.
  • To help participants develop their understanding of the context and history of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and explore the impact of racism and anti-racism in our society.
  • Provide participants with an opportunity to build on and develop their insights and perspectives, and explore practical ways of taking action toward a more inclusive and equitable society.
Ngā Hua | Outcomes
  • To understand and build on participants’ appreciation of the unique context in Aotearoa New Zealand, created through Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

  • To gain an understanding of our country’s founding document/s, the events that preceded and followed the signing of Te Tiriti o Waitangi, and the impacts over time and today.

  • Develop a broad understanding of Aotearoa Histories including He Whakaputanga me Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

  • Explore the history and constructs of racism and anti-racism through a mindful approach.

  • Leave connected, inspired, informed, and ready for action, having explored learning in a way that is deliberate, mindful, and energetic.

E Whai Ake | Follow-up Think Tanks:
  • Move beyond the ‘one-time’ workshop with a tailored approach to deep learning. 

  • Our bespoke, follow up think-tanks support leaders and staff to give effect to Te Tiriti o Waitangi relationships and responsibilities, moving beyond the ‘why’ and into the ‘how’ and ‘what’.

  • KMK facilitators work with you and your team, providing appropriate support, challenge, and guidance to systematically identify and embed Te Tiriti-centric practices within your organisation.

  • Together, develop a lived plan and framework for bicultural practice and meaningful relationships and take bicultural practice from something your organisation ‘does’ to something your organisation ‘becomes’.

Taipitopito | Details
  • 9.00am - 3.30pm. 

  • Suitable for up to 25 people. 

  • $1800 + GST.

  • Volume discount (book five or more, $1700 + GST).

  • Available to travel to rural/remote service centres (fuel + travel time additional).

  • Ministry of Education accredited.

  • Kind Mind Kai designs professional learning opportunities to support all educators and school Boards to understand and give effect to Te Tiriti o Waitangi partnership. Jen is an accredited facilitator and can support you to inquire and compile a PLD application to support your kura | school. 

  • Certificates and Work Booklets are available for an additional charge of $2pp+ GST.