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Te huarahi path power point

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  • 1. Te Huarahi mo te puawaitangao ngā kura whānau ngatahi o Te Puaha o Waikato
  • 2. Ngā Moemoea “I see a place where our tamariki are enthusiastic about going to school, happy and confident” “Where children have great relationships with their teachers” “Where families are involved in their children’s education”
  • 3. Ngā Moemoea “More Māori teachers” “Where tamariki enter school at the same level” “Where Te Reo Māori me ona tikanga are valued” “Where everyone understands that education is the key”
  • 4. Ngā Moemoea “A place with smooth transitions from early childhood through to high school and onwards” “Where learning is supported by kaumatua” “Waka ama challenges”
  • 5. Ngā Moemoea “Where achievement is expected” “Strong kapahaka!!!” “Whanau in paid positions” “Regular on-going positive education” “Where our tamariki are proud to be Māori”
  • 6. Ngā Moemoea “A place where tamariki are moved from a state of mauri moe to mauri oho” “Lots of sporting opportunities” “Where every school offers mainstream, bilingual and total immersion learning environments”
  • 7. Ngā Moemoea “Holistic learning opportunities” “A shared understanding of the Māori World View” “Where our tamariki relate to others with reciprocated comfort and respect” “Where we foster the creative arts”
  • 8. Ngā Moemoea “Close relationships between school and marae” “Where tamariki are encouraged to have big dreams, take risks and ask why” “Boundary-less-ness” “Where we celebrate success”
  • 9. Ngā Moemoea “Moving from best practice to create new practice” “Whole community support” “Where we value family values” “Leadership opportunities for our tamariki”
  • 10. Ngā Moemoea “Where our tamariki are resilient, completing all levels of education Y0-12 and onwards” “Respect for self, others and property” “Where authentic, reciprocal relationships exist between schools and families”
  • 11. TimeframeFive Years - 2015
  • 12. Early Childhood Education “Early childhood education sets the scene for life - NZEI” By the year 2015, every 5 year old Māori child in our area would have accessed some form of regular early childhood education.
  • 13. Whānau Education ‘Whānau have expressed a genuine interest in furthering their own education’ By the year 2015, TH would be offering 8 educational opportunities to the whānau in our area each year.
  • 14. Celebrating Success All TH schools would be participating in a celebration of culture in our area. TH would contribute 8 stories of success per year to media and marae TH PATH would be displayed in schools, marae and public places throughout Te Puaha o Waikato
  • 15. Building Authentic Relationships All TH schools would be making regular kanohi ki te kanohi contact with every Māori whānau on their roll. All TH school staff would be encouraged to participate in Te Tiriti workshops. All TH school staff would be encouraged to participate in the Mauri Ora Tikanga Māori programme.
  • 16. Raising Māori Achievement 100% Māori children would be achieving age appropriate benchmarks and/or personal potential. Other measurable data for Māori students would be comparable to non-Māori eg. attendance, retention, discipline.
  • 17. ValuesManaakitanga – care and support for each other,Respect, Ako (reciprocal learning), Honesty,Whanaungatanga (links and relationships),Community, Equity, Hope, High expectations,Integrity, Aroha, Excellence, Trust, Perseverance,Resilience, Te Ao Māori, Wairuatanga (spiritualwellbeing)
  • 18. Early Childhood Education Now Enrol Stronger Blocks 1st Step ¼ Mar 2012 ½ Jan 2013We are Ourselves ECE $$$ Prepare a 25% of 5 50% of 5unsure how Our whānau Tamariki Lack of man survey that year old year oldmany 5 year ECE centres ECE power and will assist Māori Māoriold children awareness of schools to children will children will MoE roadshoware ECE facilities establish a have haveaccessing Health Orgs Transitional benchmark accessed accessed relationships Whānau –ECE Tilly Potini some form of some form of Government block or have Huakina Contact regular Early regular Early blocks e.g. policies, external Childhood Childhood Media initiatives transport, agencies re Education. Education. food, money, data and Successful models discomfort initiatives
  • 19. Early Childhood Education By the year 2015, every 5 year old Māori child in our area would have accessed some form of regular early childhood education.
  • 20. Whānau Education Now Enrol Stronger Blocks 1st Step ¼ Mar 2012 ½ Jan 2013Several Ourselves Keep our $$$ Schools will TH is offering TH is offeringschools offer Our whānau eyes on the Resources make face to 2 educational 4 educationaleducational ball Venues face contact opportunities opportunities Educationopportunities providers Community Man power with whānau every year. every year.to whānau. awareness to identify the Health Orgs Energy/Time educationalSome have Poukai,gathered the Social Orgs Awareness opportunities Huakina koroneihana, they wouldeducational Negativity kingitanga like by Octrequests of Media Frustration events 2010their whānau. OtherWe are Good communication commitmentsaware of the Regular Separationneed. evaluation
  • 21. Whānau Education By the year 2015, TH would be offering 8 educational opportunities to the whānau in our area each year.
  • 22. Celebrating Success Now Enrol Stronger Blocks 1st Step ¼ Mar 2012 ½ Jan 2013A cultural Ourselves Kapahaka $$$ Attend a 25% TH 50% THfestival – 5 Our whānau tutors Resources variety of schools schoolsschools Kapahaka Tutors cultural participating participating Our schoolsTH – no wananga – Inability to celebrations in CC in CC Huakinamedia costumes work Ron Gordon TH THpromotion Marae invite Nikki contributing contributing Finance togetherVarious Tutors Turner to 2 stories of 4 stories of Sponsorship Lack ofindividual Media - view path. success per success per Media knowledgeschool c’s Maori TV, Look into year year Free lance Lack ofVarious reproduction/ The PATH The PATH access tocommunity writer sponsorship displayed regularly up- key peoplec’s of PATH. dated
  • 23. Celebrating Success All TH schools would be participating in a celebration of culture in our area. TH would contribute 8 stories of success per year to media and marae TH PATH would be displayed in schools, marae and public places throughout Te Puaha o Waikato
  • 24. Building Authentic Relationships Now Enrol Stronger Blocks 1st Step ¼ Mar 2012 ½ Jan 2013Inviting Ourselves We need to -’ve Attitudes TH schools to TH schools TH schoolswhānau to Our whānau do it together both parties up-date maintaining maintaininghui to share – schools Continuing to whānau data F2F F2F Our schoolsideas and families do what we base (Feb2011) relationships relationships Marae with whānau. with whānau.Understand Build strong currently do Identify F2Fthe Te Tiriti relationships contact Continue to Continue to Workshop Not engagingimportance and support kanohi ki te status offer TT offer TTand need for Providers networks – workshops to workshops to kanohi with IdentifyTe Tiriti Huakina schools and our whānau supportive staff. staff.workshops TWoA whanau, whānau 25% TH 50% TH Time3 schools between TH schools schools schools schools Workloadenrolled in plan to completed completedMO themselves Fear MO MO deliver TT & MO programs
  • 25. Building Authentic Relationships All TH schools would be making kanohi ki te kanohi contact with every Māori family on their roll. All TH school staff would be encouraged to participate in Te Tiriti workshops. All TH school staff would be encouraged to participate in the Mauri Ora Tikanga Māori programme.
  • 26. Raising Māori Achievement Now Enrol Stronger Blocks 1st Step ¼ Mar 2012 ½ Jan 2013Some of our Ourselves Role models, Teachers, TH schools to 55% of Māori 70% of MāoriMāori Our whānau mentors – students, establish tamariki are tamariki aretamariki are past whanau base line achieving age achieving age Our schoolsachieving students, attitude and data end of appropriate appropriatereally well. Our students celebrities, approach 2010. benchmarks benchmarksToo many are Community whānau Transience Share this and/or and/ornot and are Marae NYLD Life demands data with personal personalover Support students and potential potential Praise Resourcesrepresented Agencies e.g. whānau T1 We have We have Believing in Transportin negative youth aid, 2011. improved improved the studentsstatistics. family Negative Identified other otherWe want to support etc. publicity or strategies to measurable measurablechange this!!! exposure advance data by 25%. data by 50%. Learning and baseline data behavioural by T2 2011. difficulties
  • 27. Raising Māori Achievement 100% Māori children would be achieving age appropriate benchmarks and/or personal potential. Other measurable data for Māori students would be comparable to non-Māori eg. attendance, retention, discipline.
  • 28. Emotions• Inspired • Sense of purpose• Committed • Tired• Full of hope • Aroha for our roopu• Excited • This is what a community• Proud is all about• Supported • Sense of togetherness• Passionate • A stairway to heaven• Thankful • New beginnings• Empowered • Dreams come true• Awesome! • Weehoo!

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