Marau a Kura

Curriculum

He Kura Kaupapa Māori a Te Orini ki Ngāti  Awa e whakaako ana i ngā marautanga katoa ma Te Aho Matua, te Haahi Ringatu me to mātau Ngāti  Awatanga. Nei ra ngā uri e noho nei ki te hapai i ngā mahi a kui, a koro ma. “Ko Ngāti Awa te toki tē tangatanga i te rā, tē ngohengohe i te wai.”

Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Te Orini provides a learning environment which promotes and sustains lifelong learning in a rapidly changing and highly technological society with a special emphasis on Te Reo Maori.

Te Orini has an emphasis on Ngāti Awatanga and follows the teaching/learning system enshrined in the foundation document for Kura Kaupapa Māori, “Te Aho Matua o nga Kura Kaupapa Māori”

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Marau a Kura

Curriculum

Marau a Kura

Curriculum

The Curriculum at Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Te Orini ki Ngati Awa (Te Orini) is based on Te Haahi Ringatu, Te Aho Matua and Ngāti Awa. Te Aho Matua values is completed by Te Runanganui o Nga Kura Kaupapa Māori o Aotearoa the statutory organisation that supports Kura Kaupapa Māori. Te Aho Matua is the set of Māori viewpoints which articulate the values, traditions, customs and expectations set out for Kura Kaupapa Māori, s155 Education Act 1989.

Ka whakatuturu Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Te Orini I te taiao o te akoranga, kia whakatairanga ai kia whakauka ai kia taumano ai ki roto I nga akoranga kia eke ai ratau ki nga taumata tiketike o te matauranga o to tatau reo rangatira.

Te Kura Kaupapa Maori  o Te Orini will ensure a learning environment  which promotes and sustains lifelong learning in a rapidly changing and  highly technological society  with a special emphasis on Te Reo Maori.

  • Ki te poipoi i ia tamaiti kia mohio ai ia i ana pukenga.  To nurture each individual child to realise their full potential.
  • Ki te whakatohia ki nga tikanga o Ngāti Awa.To instil in our tamariki the tikanga of Ngāti Awa.
  • Ka mahi i nga karakia Haahi Ringatu i te kura. – Haahi Ringatu will be the karakia of the Kura.
  • Ka tipu i roto i nga mātauranga o Te Aho Matua.The development of a Te Aho Matua Curriculum.
  • Ki te whakapakari i te whakanaungatanga a Whanau, a Iwi, Hapu, Kohanga, me etahi kaupapa hapori o Ngāti Awa.To strengthen our relationships and connections with Whānau, Iwi, Hapu, Kohanga and various local community organisations.
  • Ka whakamohiotia a Te Orini ki nga korero tuku iho o Ngāti Awa. – Te Orini students will have an awareness of historical issues affecting Ngāti Awa

    Ngā Tino Uara

    Values

    Incorporating Te Aho Matua

    Ko nga mahi a te kaiako ki te whakamahi i Te Aho Matua ki roto i o ratau kaupapa. Ka Whakakotahi Te Aho Matua ki roto i nga puakanga o te kura. Kia mohio ai nga kaiako he kaupapa pai tenei ki te whakauru ki roto i nga kaupapa a nga akonga, kia eke ai ratau ki te taumata tiketike. Ko Te Aho Matua he kaupapa matua ki te whakaatu mai i nga pukorero nga wariu me nga tikanga mo te kura kaupapa Maori, s155 Education Act 1989.

    Teachers will strive to incorporate Te Aho Matua in their planning. Te Aho Matua will be integrated into the school’s Curriculum Statements. This will enable all teachers to consistently ensure that the principles of Te Aho Matua are successfully implemented into student learning programmes. Te Aho Matua is the set of Maori viewpoints which articulate the values, traditions, customs and expectations set out for Kura Kaupapa Maori, s155 Education Act 1989.

    Wairuatanga:

    Ko te whare wairua i roto I ia tamaiti ka popoia me nga tikanga o te atua o te aroha o te tika, kia mohio ai ratau ki te aroha ki a ia ano, ki te aroha tetahi ki tetahi.

    Te whare wairua within each child is constantly nurtured by actively encouraging God given values of Peace, Love, and Truth for reinforcement of dignity; self-respect and respect of others.

    Mana:

    Ki te pupuri I te mana me te painga ki roto i o tatau tamariki.

    Up-hold the self-esteem and wholesome well-being of each of our tamariki.

    Manaakitanga:

    Ki te whakaute i a tatau ano i te kura i nga waahi mahi me nga tangata e pahekoheko ai tatau.

    The utmost respect for one another and our work and all people with whom we interact.

    Whakawhanaungatanga:

    Ki te whakawhanaunga me nga iwi kia tipu ai i roto i nga mahi pai kia tipu ki te whakawhanaunga me nga tangata. Heoi ki te tautoko hoki i nga tamariki haua.

    Building networks with Iwi, and development of professional and positive relationships with people in general. Provide additional support when required for Tamariki with disabilities  or Special needs.

    Aroha:

    Ki te whiwhi waiaro pai mo te oranga o nga hikoitanga o ia tangata.

    A responsibility for the welfare of each other and a caring attitude to people of all walks of life.

    MŌHIO TERE – Quick Info

    KEI HEA - Location

    33 Meadow Vale
    Coastlands, Whakatane

    TO MĀTAU RA – Our School Day

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    Weekends: Closed

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    KA ORA KA AKO - School Lunches

    We provide nutritious lunches as part of the Ka Ora Ka Ako (Free and healthy Lunches) programme prepared by our own on site chef.

    MARAUTANGA KE - Extracurricular Activities

    Education Outside The Classroom (EOTC), noho marae, waka ama, tutei-tira moana (surf life-saving), reti ngaru (surfing), netiporo (netball), haupoi (hockey), poitukohu (basketball), ki-o-rahi, pa whutuporo (touch-rugby), tihae whutuporo (ripper-rugby).

    HANGARAU AKO - Technology in the Classroom

    All classrooms are equipped with ipads and we are part of the Apple Distinguished Schools (ADS) programme. Robopa (robotics) is also an annual part of our yr 5-8 programme.

    HEI MAHI - Career Opportunities

    Please see the Education Gazette for any vacancies.

    NGĀ KAIMAHI - Staff Directory
    Charyll Rota (kaiako) tau 0-2
    Wiki Matthews (kaiarahi i te reo) tau 0-2
    Jade McCorkindale (kaiako) tau 3-5
    Kaapo Whauwhau (kaiawhina) tau 3-5
    Herewini Ward (kaiawhina) ORRs
    Les Umuhuri (kaiako) tau 6-8
    Jocelyn Purewa (kaiako) tau 9-10
    Taiarahia Melbourne (kaiako) tau 11-13
    Charlene Rewiri-Ulufonua (kaitiaki putea/tari)
    Sheena Huriwaka (Kaitiaki tari/kaitaraiwa)
    Peter Tutahi (kaitaraiwa)
    Sandy Herewini (kaitaraiwa)
    Solomon Phillip (kaitaraiwa)
    Mariana Kawana (ringawera)
    Taraipine Umuhuri (ringawera/kaihoroi)

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