Fakaalofa Lahi Atu, Niue

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Niuean Songs

At Pacific Learners, we love to showcase songs from different cultures. In this video, little Sifa sings a beautiful Niuean song, a song she loves to sing at school and at home.

Cultural songs play an important part in a child’s cultural identity and educational journey.


3 cultural songs you might like

  1. Ua e manumalo – Talia sings a beautiful Samoan song that she is learning at church
  2. Le ‘Aute Samoa – Talia sings a song that was taught to her by her mother, it also helps her cope with stress and worry
  3. Motirawa tariu – a Kiribati songs that Teita loves to sing

About Niue

Niue is situated in the South Pacific between Tonga, Samoa and Cook Islands. Its land area is 260 square km and its population is around 1,700.

Niue is self-governing in ‘free association’ with New Zealand. It is part of the Realm of New Zealand, which means that we share the same Head of State, Her Majesty the Queen in Right of New Zealand.

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