1.     How the Day and Week is Organised:  Below is the schedule for the school week. Please note when school starts and finishes. 

Time

Monday

 

Tuesday

 

Wednesday

 

Thursday

 

Friday

8.40am

to

9.05am

Hui aa Kura

 

Hui Whaanau

 

Hui Whaanau

 

Hui Whaanau

 

Hui aa Reanga

9.05am

to

10.20am

Class

 

Class

 

Class

 

Class

 

Class

10.20am

to

10.35am

Wa Whakataa

 

Wa Whakataa

 

Wa Whakataa

 

Wa Whakataa

 

Wa Whakataa

10.35am

to

11.50am

Class

 

Class

 

Class

 

Class

 

Class

11.50am

to

12.15pm

Wa Kai

 

Wa Kai

 

Wa Kai

 

Wa Kai

 

Wa Kai

12.15pm

to

1.30pm

Class

 

Class

 

Class

 

Class

 

Class

1.30pm

to

1.45pm

Wa Whakataa

 

Wa Whakataa

 

Wa Whakataa

 

Wa Whakataa

 

Wa Whakataa

1.45pm

to

3.00pm

Class

 

Class

 

Class

 

Class

 

Class

 

3.10pm

 

 

Buses depart

 

Buses depart

 

Buses depart

 

Buses depart

 

Buses depart

 

Key Aspects of the Time Structure for the Day and Week:

Hui a Whanau:  these are most important for our rangâtahi where we;

·        Focus on the wellbeing of the ?whole? student (Ngâ Taiâtea PUTA Profile)

·        Reinforce the partnership between the students, Kaiârahi and the student?s parents

·        Set, monitor and adjust the students learning plan which is aligned to each students passions, needs, and aspirations (Rautaki Ako)

·        Rautaki Ako need to be carefully set out by each student and supported by their Kaiârahi to ensure that the students has an eye on their mid to long term goal and sees purpose in the Rautaki that they set and the classes that they have committed too.  The Rautaki Ako is central to the students seeing purpose in their learning 

·        Kaihautu Takere Whanau will set out timelines for whanau arahi to be guided by in what needs to be completed by our students.  The Pouarahi Reanga will be the key person to ensure that Kaiârahi and their students complete what is required.

·        Will practice our tikanga O Kawa (mihimihi, Karakia, mihi, korero akiaki, pânui)

·        Share the notices on KAMAR with our students each morning

all students in the whanau have a time where they are responsible to lead the hui whanau (Year 9 ? 13).

Hui a Kura (School Assemblies):  where we come together as a whole Wharekura (school) to;

·        reinforce our tikanga O Kawa together as a kura

·        senior students have the opportunity to lead the kura

·        encourage and celebrate the attitudes and achievements of our students

·        ensure that all of the teachers and students are of one mind in regards to key messages and requirements

·        pânui any events that are coming up

·        share a positive, inspirational, uplifting messages and stories

·        the hui a kura on Monday aims to celebrate our kaupapa and set the scene for the week

Hui a Reangâ (Year Level Meetings)  this is an opportunity when a reanga (year level) gets to focus on their own unique context where they will;

·        reinforce our tikanga o kawa together as a reangâ

·        students in the reanga have the responsibility to lead the hui whanau

·        encourage and celebrate the attitudes and achievements of the students in the year level

·        ensure that all of the teachers and students have clarity regarding key messages and requirements

·        pânui any events that are coming up

share a positive, inspirational, uplifting message.