At the end of Term 2, I established Pānui Ako – the magazine at Cobham Intermediate for all things Māori-related. I published a number of articles including those about our Māori leaders. The Māori leaders have also been taken on board to help with the writing of articles for the magazine.
10 – Work effectively within the bicultural context of Aotearoa New Zealand,
2 – Whanaungatanga – Actively engaging in respectful working relationships with Māori learners, parents and whānau, hapū, iwi and the Māori Community.,
3 – Manaakitanga – Showing integrity, sincerity, and respect towards Māori beliefs, languages and culture.,
4 – Tangata Whenuatanga – Affirming Māori learners as Māori. Providing contexts for learning where the language, identity and culture of Māori learners and their whānau are affirmed.,
5 – Ako – Taking responsibility for their own learning and that of Māori learners.,
3 – Responsible care – to do good and minimise harm to others,