A board game about Aotearoa's first school. Inspired by the research of Alison Jones and Kuni Jenkins.
Supported by contestable funding from the University of Auckland Learning Enhancement Grant.

How to Play

Further Reading

Calman, R. (2012). Māori education – mātauranga. In Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand. Retrieved from: http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/maori-education-matauranga

Cloher, D. U. (2013). The Tribes of Muriwhenua: Their Origins and Stories. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press

Elder, J. R. (1932). The letters and journals of Samuel Marsden, 1765-1838, senior chaplain in the colony of New South Wales and Superintendent of the Mission of the Church Missionary Society in New Zealand. Dunedin, New Zealand: Coulls, Somerville Wilkie, and A.H. Reed.

Elder, J. R. (1934). Marsden's lieutenants. Dunedin, New Zealand: Coulls, Somerville Wilkie, and A.H. Reed. Hanly, T. (2015). Two worlds meet. A critical guide to Māori and Pākehā histories of Aotearoa (vol 3.). Auckland, New Zealand: printing.com. See criticalhistories.nz

Jones, A., & Jenkins, K. (2011). He kōrero- Words between us: First Māori-Pākehā conversations on paper. Wellington, New Zealand: Huia.

Lee, J. (1996). The Bay of Islands (2nd ed.). Auckland, New Zealand: Reed.

Moon, P. (2016). Ka ngaro te reo: Māori language under siege in the nineteenth century. Dunedin, New Zealand: Otago University Press.

Parkinson, P. G. (2003). Our infant state: the Māori language, the mission presses, the British crown and the Māori, 1814-1838 (Vol 1) (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand.

Petrie, H. (2006). Chiefs of industry: Māori tribal enterprise in early colonial New Zealand. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press.

Stock, E. (1899-1916). The history of the Church Missionary Society : its environment, its men and its work. London, UK: Church Missionary Society.

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