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What is Tokoroa Kāhui Ako?

7 schools in Tokoroa have formed what is called the Community of Learning I Kāhui Ako. It’s about us working collaboratively together for the benefit of all our students, raising student achievement together, and designing an effective and meaningful pathway of learning ensuring that all our students are successful in the future when they do enter into the wider world.

We are so excited about what this can potentially do for all our students, teachers, parents/whanau, and the wider community.

What comes with being a part of this initiative is resourcing for our schools. 

Our Tokoroa Kāhui Ako principals begun the journey of collaboration in 2017 and with the appointment of the lead principal Tania Morrison in Term 4, 2017 has meant, we have continued building trust and structures to enable a purposeful sharing of our knowledge, expertise and resources. 


Other Schools/Principals involved:

Forest View High, Jocelyn Hale
Amisfield, Gareth Gilmour
Strathmore, Murray Kendrick
Tokoroa Central, Debbie Follas
Mangakino Full Primary, Jason Wright
Tainui Full Primary, Tania Morrison