Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Puau te Moananui a Kiwa

An opportunity to give thanks and celebrate the whale the tipua, the tupuna who was once a giant of the sea and now is laid to rest and our kura can be one of those kura to honour its’ death.
This kura has stood through many governments who have tested the time, courage and patience of a small community. As a result of many dating back as early in the late 1980’s and the early 1990 it still stands today on Farringdon Street, Glen Innes. The kura was established in the early 1990’s and this year we were planned to celebrate 30years, however the plans of celebrating were postponed when Delta arrived in Auckland.
This kaupapa will uplift the spirit and wellbeing, the teaching and learning for our students, staff and whanau to look forward to a positive kaupapa 2022 to celebrate the positive leaps and bounds that this kura stands for within the Tamakimakaurau isthmus within Glen Innes community. The only KKM school in the East that offers total immersion from Year 1-year 13.
Whale Tales 2022 Art Trail