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Primary ITO values the quality of relationships that are critical for our learner success. Success of our learners is always a reflection on the people who have been part of the journey. 

Ahuwhenua

Young Māori Farmer/Grower Awards 

Check out this link below to the winners of this prestigious award which Primary ITO supports each year. All of these finalists have been studying with Primary ITO. 

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2021 Winner
Young Māori Dairy Farmer of the Year

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Quinn Morgan

Ko Tongariro ko Ruapehu ngā maunga, Ko Taupō te Moana,

Ko Whanganui te awa, Ko Tūwharetoa rāua,  ko Te Atihaunui ā Pāpārangi ngā iwi

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2020 Finalists
Young Māori grower award

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2019 Finalists
Young Māori farmer award (Sheep&Beef)

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2018 Finalists
Young Māori farmer award (Dairy)

Kaitiaki of the Whenua

Delivery of Primary Industries training to Wharekura in the Eastern BoP is about taking the learning to the student.  The programme is based in their rohe and whenua and delivery takes place on the Maori land blocks and local marae. An essential part of what we are collectively wanting to achieve is to connect our rangitahi to their whenua, the importance of whakapapa and  recognizing the pathways and opportunities that come with their whenua.  

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What it takes to be a boning room supervisor

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AFFCO New Zealand
Footage: Courtesy of AFFCO New Zealand