Mauri Ora – holistic wellbeing.
Tai Wānanga recognises that learning happens best when the whole person is well (healthy) and engaged in body (tinana), mind (hinengaro), and soul (wairua).
Whānau Ora – Tai Wānanga also recognises the importance of relationships, particularly whānau support and engagement in the education of our taiohi
and its very direct impact on student achievement and happiness.
Health and Well-being
Caring, community conscious and a good citizen
Respectful of oneself, the environment, and the actions and views of others
Fit, healthy and happy
Self-responsible and self-managing
Self-directed learner committed to a path of lifelong learning
Displays honesty and humility
Leadership – We aim to grow confidence and competence. To foster a culture of leadership by building on strengths, passions, values and character.
Excellence and Quality - High achievement is at the core of all Tai Wānanga kaupapa and learning experiences. Our expectation is that every taiohi will
Āhurutanga - Tai Wānanga will provide a safe and stimulating environment where students can pursue their learning in a purposeful and exciting way.
Innovation – Our taiohi will be encouraged to explore our world, discover their own pathways and innovate solutions.
Confidence and Competence
Equipped to contribute and to benefit from a changing society
Prepared for working, living and prospering in a high tech society
Passionate about learning, excited by discovery and undaunted by change
Literate, numerate and a productive user of ICT
A reflective and critical thinker with problem-solving skills and strategies
A leader who displays tika and pono
An effective communicator who is able to create and maintain networks
2019 PRIZE GIVING - TOP AWARDS
2019 DUX: Keeti Rawiri
2018 Proxime Accessit: Stella Mclean & Peata Te Kurapa Watai
2018 PRIZE GIVING - TOP AWARDS
2018 DUX: Shaeana Walmsley
2018 Proxime Accessit: Emma Hippolite
2018 DR RONGO WETERE AWARD: Sheana Walmsley
2019 DR RONGO WETERE AWARD:
Keeti Rawiri, Stella Mclean & Peata Te Kurapa Watai
2017 PRIZE GIVING - TOP AWARDS
2017 DR RONGO WETERE AWARD:
Sheldon Rogers & Waimihi Paki
2017 DUX: O'neale Connolly
2017 Proxime Accessit: Danielle Joyce
2016 PRIZE GIVING - TOP AWARDS
2016 DR RONGO WETERE AWARD:
Stacy-Ria Te Kurapa-King & Nopera Watene
2016 DUX: Nopera Watene
2016 Proxime Accessit: Stacy-Ria Te Kurapa-King