Hei Raukura Mō Te Iwi

Champion For The People

Welcome to Hoani Waititi

Nau Mai Hāere Mai

To the esteemed masses, greetings and salutations to you all.

To those who have passed on to the eventual resting place of all humanity, may you forever rest in peace.

To those of us who remain upon the face of the earth, I greet you all.

Our Philosophy and Values

Te Aho Matua o ngā Kura Kaupapa Māori o Aotearoa is a philosophical statement of Māori cultural and spiritual beliefs, values and practices, which is the defining diagnostic feature of all Kura Kaupapa Māori.


Children are nurtured and honoured by recognising the spiritual inheritance and physical nature of each child’s uniqueness.


Children’s te reo Māori is prioritised first and foremost, then subsequent bilingual competence. However, respect for all languages is important.


Community is encouraged at school and connections which link whānau with hapū and iwi for the holistic socialisation of the child.

The World

Exploration of the wider world is emphasised to foster an appreciation and curiosity for Papatūānuku and Ranginui and their children.


Teaching and learning places children at the centre of their ever-expanding educational experiences that weave together to align body, mind and spirit.

The Overarching Values

The success of Kura Kaupapa Māori is measured against the combined successes of each of the values.


Upcoming Events

April 2024

Monday April 15Friday April 19

Term 1 School Holidays

Monday April 22Friday April 26

Term 1 School Holidays

Monday April 29Friday May 3

School hours are back to the 3:30pm finish

Monday April 29Friday May 3

Term 2 - Week 1

Monday April 29

8:30 am – 3:30 pm
First day of Term 2

Interested in Enrolling?

Read more information here and download the enrolment form