Te Kura Māori o Porirua

(04) 235 9617 n.andrews@kura-porirua.school.nz 392 Warspite Ave, Ascot Park, Porirua 5024

HE KURA TANGATA OUR PEOPLE

He kura te tangata nō te rohe o Porirua ...

He Kura Tūwhera Open Door Policy 
Our kura has an Open Door Policy, which means that parents are welcome to come into our kura and visit at anytime. Please feel free to come into the staff room at anytime for a cup of tea.

If you are interested in helping on a regular basis, please talk to your child's kaiako.  There are lots of ways that parents can help and there are a few places in the kura that English is allowed to be spoken, so kaua e whakamā, don't be shy, haere mai.

Ngā Pou o te Kura Māori o Porirua
There are three posts that support the tāhuhu, namely the pou mua (front post), the pou tokomanawa (centre post) and the pou tuarongo (back wall post). There is also the pou at the very front of house, this is the pou kaiāwhā (porch post).

Class levels are grouped into each of these pou.  One pou is housed in each Whare ā-Kura (classroom block).

Ngā Kākāno - New Entrants - Kataraina Smith, Te Mahoe Baker

Pou Tuarongo - Tau 1-2 - Meranea Turei, Leanne Betty,  Mererangi Moore, Tuhiwai Hauiti-Parapara

Pou Tokomanawa - Tau 3-5 - Tania Panepasa, Whakaae Baron, Tayler Cassidy, Eparaima Waiwai, Jacob Wilkins-Hodges

Pou Mua - Tau 6-8 - Grace Taniora, Te Rauhuihui Hiroti, keanu Andrews-Sio, Juanita Teepa

Pou Kaiāwhā - Tau 9-13 Beau Matakātea, Jack Baker, Mal McKenzie, Lavinia Pewhairangi, Lani Keelan Goldsmith,  Kahumoana Shedlock, Hinga Smith, Swapan Saha, Wareko Te Angina

Study Leave 2018 - Kataraina Taepa-Matakātea, Glenys Turu, Hayley Galo

Te  Whare Kōnae - Sophie Tukukino - Tumuaki;  Evelyn Wharehinga - Tumuaki Tuarua;  Sharyn Cassidy - Pito Mata; Diane Tunoho - RTM