Manawa Mission

The purpose of the Manawa Mission is to ensure that:​
“We love each other as Jesus loves us”

Ako

We take every opportunity to learn. The Ako expectation reminds us to use every opportunity to learn.

“Whatever you do, work at it with all of your heart”

Colossians 3:23

Ako Mission:

Take ownership of your own learning

Allow others to learn

Be an active participant in your learning

Seek advice and seize opportunity for growth

Take advantage of all opportunities

Be prepared with correct equipment

Keep social talk for breaks

Be punctual

Be at school

Acknowledge your mistakes and be accountable for them.

Manaakitanga

We respect and love one another. The Manaakitanga expectation reminds us to love and respect each other.

“As I have loved you, so you must love one another”

John 13:34

Manaakitanga Mission:

Do unto others as you would have done unto you.

Use appropriate language and tone of voice

Follow instructions

Be considerate of other people and their property

Be safe

Be a good friend

Look out for others

Be a responsible bystander

Be willing and able to work together in a restorative manner

Wahine Toa

We respect and love ourselves. The Wahine Toa expectation reminds us to love ourselves

“Every person is made in the image of God”

Wahine Toa Mission:

Respect and love yourself

Keep yourself well – physically, spiritually and emotionally

Have a positive attitude

Seek help when you need it

Use a quiet respectful voice

Be responsible for your own equipment

Listen carefully

Dress appropriately

Be a role model – be a good sister

Acknowledge your mistakes and be accountable for them

Undesirable Behaviour

  • Teachers will work with you to find a suitable solution
  • Teachers will enter on KAMAR under your pastoral record
  • Three “minor behaviours” become a “major concern”
  • When it is “major” it will be referred to your Dean or DP