The Manaiakalani Programme
"Manaiakalani is an education programme achieving significant improvement in student achievement outcomes for 12 mostly decile 1A schools in the Auckland suburbs of Glen Innes, Pt England and Panmure. This is Auckland’s oldest state housing community and 95 per cent of students are Māori and Pasifika. By offering students full digital citizenship, the Manaiakalani Programme is not only achieving improved educational results, but also realising the potential for enhanced employment and life outcomes for our students.
To make digital citizens of our learners and their whanau, we enable them to access their learning anywhere, anytime and at any pace. We do this by supporting parents to buy a personal digital device for each learner and providing wireless internet access at home and school and by supporting Manaiakalani teachers in their continuing pedagogical innovation. Accelerated student achievement outcomes are evidenced by an extensive research base."
Find out more about Manaiakalani and the other Manaiakalani schools here.
Kawa of Care
The Kawa of Care is an agreement between students, parents, and schools to ensure the best care and responsibility of the device is exercised during each student's time in the Manaiakalani Programme.
Family Netbook Training sessions are held on two Thursdays mornings every term from 8:30 till 9. Dates are released in notices at the beginning of each term. Please book your interest with the office and be punctual.
Training session reminders are below.
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