TE PUNA MĀTAURANGA 2017 AGM REPORT
POIPOIA TE MOKOPUNA
Kaimahi: Chris Jacob, Kataraina Paraire, Ngareta Timutimu
Kaupapa: He kaupapa mō ngā tamariki kōhungahunga 0 – 5 years
Hotaka: Reo, Ngai Te Rangitanga, Te tipu a te tamaiti, Te reo o ngā mātua
Putanga: 30 whanau, Maori parents whose job hours don’t suit Te Kohanga Reo hours
Pakeha parents whose spouses are Maori – reo and identity strengthened.
LIFTING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AT ARATAKI PRIMARY
Kaimahi: Ngareta Timutimu, Davidia Porter
Kaupapa: Poviding a daily support programme for 20 students at Arataki to lift literacy and numeracy achievement over 12 months
Hotaka: Kaimahi working under the teacher to implement support learning. Also supporting activities which build the wairua of the tamariki in the School e.g. kapa haka. Iwi managing, monitoring and reporting to MOE
Putanga: 20 + students being supported at Arataki in literacy, numeracy, culturalcy.
Implemented the same programme at Katikati Primary last year
LIFTING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT NCEA LEVEL 2 AT MOUNT MAUNGANUI COLLEGE
Kaimahi: Ngareta Timutimu, Hemi Callaghan
Kaupapa: Lifting student achievement in NCEA Level 2
Hotaka: Morning Study programe and an In school One on One support programme implemented. Iwi managing, monitoring and reporting
Putanga: 20+ students worked with, Senior Staff members
Te Wharekura o Mauao 2016 worked with 46 students in 2016 and a small group this year.
DEVELOPMENT OF 7 DIGITAL ECE RESOURCES TO SUPPORT TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Ropu Mahi: Chris Jacob, Kataraina Dickson, Ngareta Timutimu, Lee Timutimu
Kaupapa: Develop resources to support teachers to strengthen Ngai Te Rangitanga in their centers
Hotaka: Establishing plan and resource ideas, writing, editing, establishing online
Putanga: 7 Ngai Te Rangi Digital resources ready to be launched in January on MARAE, KAI, ATUA MAORI, PAKIWAITARA, NGĀ INGOA WĀHI , TE REO MIHIMIHI, TE REO TOHUTOHU
DEVELOPMENT OF THE RENA EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES IN TE REO MAORI
Ropu Mahi: Ngareta Timutimu, Reon Tuanau, Kia Maia Ellis, Maia Wharekura, Meremaihi Aloua, Lee Timutimu, Petra Wharekura,
Kaupapa: Developing a Rena Educational Resource in te Reo Maori for use in Wharekura and Kura
Hotaka: Project Team established to work on Reo, Taiao Matauranga, Curriculum and Qualifications and Digital Design and Data Entry
Putanga: Rena Engalish resource launched 2016, Rena Maori resource being developed now, must be completed by end of January.
ENGAGEMENT WITH OTHER SCHOOLS
Kaimahi: Ngareta Timutimu, Kataraina Dickson, Chris Jacob
Kaupapa: To maintain relationships with schools in the rohe
Hotaka: Attend monthly hui of Otumoetai Community of Learning (COL) and the Tauranga Peninsula COL. (22 schools altogether)
Respond to School Requests for support when possible.
Putanga: Keeping in touch with where these 22 schools are at in regard to Maori Education. Te Wharekura o Mauao is one of these.
Direct engagement with the Mount schools when possible. Will provide a Professional Development programme for Mount Primary in January 2018 (and possibly also Omanu).
Relationship with Tauranga Boys and Girls, Mount Intermediate
ENGAGEMENT WITH PLUNKET AND OTHER ECE SERVICES
Kaimahi: Kataraina Dickson
Kaupapa: Mutual support for 0 – 5 reanga. Referrals of Maori whanau to the Poipoia te Mokopuna programme from Plunket
Hotaka: Mutual support and collaboration on some activities.
Putanga: Some whanau referred to Poipoia, Promotion day held together, PD provided to 25 kaimahi using 6 resources.
PROMOTE AND MAINTAIN TERTIARY ENGAGEMENT
Kaimahi: Ngareta Timutimu
Kaupapa: To strengthen relationships with Tertiary providers to maximise opportunities for Ngai Te Rangi learners.
Hotaka: Strong engagement /contacts with Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi, Waikato University, Aotearoa. Toi Oho Mai being developed. Contact secured with Victoria University, Otago University.
Ngā Potiki Trade Training
Putanga: Tauranga Advisory Board for Waikato University developing new campus. Several students completing degree studies at Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral levels at Awanuiarangi. Invitations to Graduations responded to.
THE KŌRERO CLUB
Kaimahi: Ngareta Timutimu, Kataraina Dickson
Kaupapa: To uplift the reo of pakeke
Hotaka: The Korero Club meets each Tuesday morning 7.30 to 9.30. Talking, gossiping, joking, and relating news all in Maori. Karekau he whakaako engari he ako kei te haere!
Putanga: Kua hikina ake te wairua o ngā pakeke e haramai ana ki tēnei kaupapa, ā, kua kaha ake te kōrero, te whakatakoto tika i ngā kupu.
THE MATIU DICKSON MEMORIAL SYMPOSIUM
Ropu Mahi: The Puna Matauranga in Collaboration with Waikato University, Hakopa Tapiata
Kaupapa: A Symposium “Celebrating Leadership” to acknowledge the contribution of Matiu Dickson locally and at Waikato and to provide a platform for presenting views about leadership into the future.
Hotaka: Presentations from our iwi leaders and Waikato University colleagues of Matiu – leadership into the future.
Putanga: He nui ngā whakamihi. Symposiums will be held each year
MAINTAINING RELATIONSHIP WITH EDUCATION SUPPORT AGENCIES AND IWI
· Ministry of Education Contracts – establishing, monitoring, Reporting
· Tauranga Library General, Kaitakawaenga Maori Support
· Ngati Ranginui Education Manager Regular contact with Marina Peautolu
· Nga Potiki ki Tamapahore Regular contact with Colin Reeder and
· Ngati Pukenga Iwi
For further information please contact Ngareta Timutimu @ firstname.lastname@example.org or Kataraina Dickson at email@example.com