Outlined here are some language aspirations through which the learner will gain competence in Māori language and the Māori world.
The Learner Achieves their Māori Language Potential
• can use their language in a range of settings, and for a wide range of purposes, issues, and audiences;
• is able to adapt their language to suit the context and audience;
• communicates easily, regardless of who they are speaking with, or which tribal dialect is used;
• develops good listening skills making speaking, writing, presenting and viewing easier.
The Learner Attains High Educational Levels through Māori Language
• can use their language skills in a wide range of contexts;
• can carry themselves with ease, confidence and competence through the medium of Māori language;
• has acquired the academic language of each learning area to understand the depth of a subject.
The Learner Achieves their Linguistic Potential
• is competent in Māori and English, and a third language if desired by the whānau.