HUARAHI URU – ENROLMENT PROCESS
Hei tā ngā ture o te Kura, ka uiuia te tamaiti kia kite i te taumata o tōna reo, he matapaki hoki mehemea he rōpū taituarā tō rātou ki te kainga. Mehemea he mātau ka uru tōtika, mehemea kei te ako tonu, he whiringa kia kuhu ki tētahi akomanga whakapakari i te ngoi o te reo, arā, te akomanga ‘Whakatipu Reo’
Tauira are interviewed to ensure that Te Reo Māori language requirements are met, or there is a guaranteed level of whānau support to ensure a successful entry into the Wharekura ‘Transition Programme’.
HUARAHI URU – ENROLMENT PROCESS
WAEA ATU KI TE WHAREKURA O MAUAO
KIA WHAKARITE UIUI
MAKE CONTACT WITH TE WHAREKURA O MAUAO
TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT
UIUI I TŌ TE TUMUAKI TAHA
(ME/RĀNEI HE MEMA NO TE TIRA WHAKAHAERE)
INTERVIEW WITH TUMUAKI
(AND/OR A TIRA WHAKAHAERE MEMBER)
ANGITU I ROTO I TE UIUI
KA WHIWHI I NGĀ PEPA WHAKARITENGA KIA URU
NGĀ UIUI HUA KORE
KA AKIAKI I TE WHĀNAU A NGĀ TAUIRA KIA AKO I TE REO MĀORI A KIA HOKI MAI KIA UIUI HEI TĒTAHI WĀ ANO
FULL ENROLMENT PACK & DIAGNOSTIC TESTING
TAUIRA AND WHĀNAU ARE ENCOURAGED TO CONTINUE THEIR USE AND STUDY OF TE REO MĀORI AND TO RETURN TO RE-INTERVIEW AT A LATER DATE
I te wā kua whakauru ki te Wharekura, ka uiui te tauira ki ngā kaiako kia whai mohiotanga ki tā te tauira e kohara ana. Nā te uiui tahi ki ngā kaiako, ka hua mai ko tētahi huarahi ako (ILP) hei whakakī i te kete mātauranga o te tauira i ōna wā i tēnei Kura. Mō ngā tauira mai te tau 11 ki te tau 13, ko tāu e hiahia i roto i te Whatumanawa, ka hāngai pū ki tōu i tuhia ki tō Huarahi ako, kia ahei te tauira te uru atu ki tāna e tino ingo ana. Kua here ngā taura o te whatumanawa ki ngā Putaiao, ngā mahi Toi, ngā Putaiao pāpori, te Hauora , te Whakapakari Tinana, me te mahi Tāpoi.
Ka noho pū ngā kaiako ki ngā whatumanawa kua here tā rātou hiahia, ngā pukenga, ano hoki tā rātou tohu mātauranga.
On enrolling with the Wharekura, each tauira is interviewed by a teacher to ascertain his or her goals and aspirations. This forms an Individual Learning Plan (ILP) which outlines a curriculum pathway for the student to achieve during his or her time at Te Wharekura. For students in Years 11 to 13, the ILP helps indicate which Whatumanawa (Passion Learning Hub) best aligns with their aspirations. Whatumanawa options comprise of the sciences, arts, performing arts, history/social sciences, business, health/well-being, physical education and outdoor education/environment. Each Whatumanawa is expected to support all core curricular areas and provide meaningful contexts to learn, through a broad base of practical and experiential learning.
Teachers are aligned to a Whatumanawa based on their specialist knowledge, qualifications and interests.
THE RATIONALE FOR WHATUMANAWA BASED LEARNING IS:
- Allowing students to follow their passion and instill the excitement of learning something that deeply resonates with them
- Combating a lack of engagement, absenteeism and improving retention until Year 13
- For students to take more responsibility for their own learning by focusing on developing competencies and skills they’ll need in 21st century workplaces and society
- For students to be resilient, resourceful and show initiative
Te Ao Wheako ka aro ki ngā akoranga a tinana, ngā mahi Taiao me te hangarau.
Te Ao Wheako focuses on physical activity, environmental sustainability and hangarau (technology).
Ka tautoko Te Ao Wheako i ou hiahia ki ngā tūmomo āhuatanga pēnei i te hoahoatanga, hangatanga, ki roto i ngā tini hangarau.
Te Ao Wheako will provide the opportunity for students to design, create and innovate through a range of technology mediums.
Ki roto i ngā Tau 12 ki 13, ka wehe atu ngā tauira i te kura mō te rā kotahi ia wiki ki ngā mahi ringa rehe.
During Tau 12 to 13, tauira spend a day a week engaged in work experience and/or registered trades programme.