Whakawhanaungatanga. Wairuatanga. Kaitiakitanga. Manaakitanga. Te Reo me ngā Tikanga. Rangatiratanga. Oranga. Mātauranga. Kotahitanga.Te Wharekura o Manaia
Ko Moehau kei waho. Ko Te Aroha kei roto.
Ko Tīkapa te moana. Ko Hauraki te whenua.
Ko Marutūahu te tangata.
Principal: Martin Mikaere
Grade Levels: Year 1 – Year 13
Registration and Enrolment
Testing and Standards
We try to recognise the talents of each student so that we can better assist, nurture and support them in becoming amazing adults.
News & Events
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Tumuaki Tuarua/Deputy Principal
Te Puna Moanaroa
Latisha Ngatai (Akomanga 1)
Kakara Tangatata’i (Akomanga 2)
Louise Julian (Akomanga 3)
Te Rangimarie King (Akomanga 4)
Rangikohu Baker (Akomanga 5)
Punehu Wilson (Akomanga 6)
Te Maharanui Mikaere
Te Oru Mikaere
Ngā puke ki Hauraki ka tārehu
E mihi ana ki te whenua
E tangi ana ki te tangata
Ko Moehau kei waho
Ko Te Aroha kei roto
Ko Motutere kei waenganui
Huri whakauta ki ngā tahuna o Hauraki
Ko Marutūahu te tangata!
Te Wharekura o Manaia is a Kura-ā Iwi is dedicated to providing a stable, caring and stimulating environment where learning flourishes. We believe that all children are able to succeed at school and the way of achieving this success is through quality instruction and working in partnership with our whānau and community.
We value co-operation, tolerance and respect for others. We expect children to take responsibility for their own learning and behaviour. We believe in setting high standards for learning and behaviour.
Although our children are living in a rapidly changing world we believe we need to give them the skills and knowledge to participate successfully in the future, by grounding them strongly in the values and culture of their community.
Our school is well resourced and the staff are skilled in using up-to-date Information Technology in the classrooms. Each class has access to computers and the Internet.
We also value the Arts and believe in the importance of developing creativity in each child. Most importantly we believe in a sound partnership
between our school, whānau and community. This is your school and we value your support and involvement.
We have an open-door policy, which means you are welcome into the school at any time. We look forward to working with you to make your child’s time at our school one of achievement and positive growth.
Nāku i roto i ngā mihi,
Nā Martin Mikaere
Our Mission & Vision
Nō te whānau te kura, mā te whānau te kura e manaaki, e whakahaere kia tipu ake ai ngā tamariki i roto i te aroha o te whānau hei tangata pupuri i te mauri o ngā kaupapa o te ao Māori, o te ao hurihuri hei ōranga mō te iwi.
If you would like to enrol your tamaiti into Te Wharekura o Manaia, please contact our school office team on (07)866-8786 or email email@example.com to book an enrolment interview with our Tumuaki (Principal). Our Tumuaki will inform you whether your tamaiti’s enrolment has been accepted.
On enrolment day you will need to bring:
- A copy of your child’s birth certificate, if your child is a new entrant.
- A copy of your child’s immunization record if your child is a new entrant.
- Previous school reports.
You will be asked to fill in:
- An enrolment form
- A Dental treatment form
- A health form for the Public Health Nurse
- Cyber Safety Use Agreement
- Transport Assistance form (if required)
- All uniform can be purchased through Xperteez in Thames.
- Uniform List
- Click here to view Xperteez Website
Phone & Email
Te Pūrongo nā te Tumuaki
Kia kaha ai te reo Māori, me kaha te kōrerotia o te reo e te iwi.
Nā reira, e te iwi, ahakoa pea te iti, te nui rānei o te reo, kia kaha tonu ki te kōrero! Tēnā tātou katoa.
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