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Welcome To Taitoko-Kerekere Kahui Akō

We are the Taitoko- Kerekere Kāhui Ako. We are two Communities of Learning combined as each school is a part of the Horowhenua region, including Levin, Foxton, Shannon and every school in between.

Welcome To Taitoko-Kerekere Kahui Akō

We are the Taitoko- Kerekere Kāhui Ako. We are two Communities of Learning combined as each school is a part of the Horowhenua region, including Levin, Foxton, Shannon and every school in between.

Welcome To Taitoko-Kerekere Kahui Akō

We are the Taitoko- Kerekere Kāhui Ako. We are two Communities of Learning combined as each school is a part of the Horowhenua region, including Levin, Foxton, Shannon and every school in between.

About Our Horowhenua Kāhui Ako

We are the Taitoko- Kerekere Kāhui Ako. We are two Communities of Learning combined as each school is a part of the Horowhenua region, including Levin, Foxton, Shannon and every school in between. We have 19 schools in our Kāhui Ako, two lead principals and five Across School Teachers (ASTs) working throughout the region, as well as close to 30 Within School Teachers (WSTs). The Kerekere and Taitoko Kāhui Ako work closely together towards our shared vision of creating a community of learners in which learning is engaging, empowering and success- making for our diverse population.

The Purpose for Horowhenua Kāhui Ako

"Creating a culture of collective responsibility is at the heart of how an effective Community of Learning operates." Our vision is to create a community of learners in which learning is engaging, empowering and success- making for our diverse population. The richness of the New Zealand Curriculum and the vision of confident, connected, actively-involved life-long learners, rather than the singular focus on National Standards and NCEA results, along with recognition of each school’s local curriculum, must be at the center of all learning as we respond to our challenges. We all believe in developing learners, who engage in meaningful learning reflective of their interests, passions and aspirations. We will work closely on these challenges with our Horowhenua colleagues in the Kerekere Community of Learners.

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  • 01Creating seamless learning pathways for students: To create pathways into, through and out of schools in the Kāhui Ako, by providing quality education within students’ local geographic area, and by supporting strong transition relationships between early childhood and primary, and between primary and secondary.
  • 02Sharing and growing evidence-based, culturally responsive best practice: To develop and sustain teachers’ knowledge and use of innovative teaching and learning strategies to increase students’ engagement in their own learning.
  • 03Wellbeing and meaningful relationships: To support whānau and families to nurture their children’s wellbeing through positive and collaborative relationships between home and school, and through an ongoing focus on holistic wellbeing.
30+

Years Of Experience

5233+

Total Students

12+

Our Branches

308+

Awards Won

Our Updates

May 2018 Updates

Everything looks calm on top but underneath the legs are paddling frantically!


June 2018 Updates

Update June 18 2018, So what has been happening in the CoL space?


Update September 2018

Update September 2018 So what has been happening in the CoL space?


Update November 2018

Creating seamless pathways for students, Sharing and growing evidence-based culturally responsive best practice

Update April 2018

Creating seamless pathways for students, Sharing and growing evidence-based culturally responsive best practice

Review Of 2018

Review of 2018 and shows what did we achieve? The hole Summary of 2018.


Annual Plan

What have we achieved in 2018…. A celebration sheet ??? Sharing and growing evidence-based culturally responsive best practice