Te mahitahi kia taea e ngā ākonga katoa te kite i o rātou pūmanawa
Working together to enable all learners to realise their full potential
Tauranga Peninsula Kāhui Ako
The Tauranga Peninsula Kāhui Ako consists of 40 early learning centres and 15 schools in total:
6 state contributing schools (Year 0-6)
5 full primary schools (Year 0-8)
1 intermediate (Year 7/8)
1 special school (Ages 5-21)
2 secondary schools (Years 9-13)
Our Kāhui Ako also works in collaboration with our 3 Tauranga Moana iwi:
Ngāi Te Rangi
We aim to bring together our individual strengths as a collective to establish effective interventions, strategies and innovations for our ākonga from ECE through to their schooling years (Year 1 - 13) and beyond into tertiary education.
A major focus of our Kāhui Ako is to ensure our priority learners, such as Māori, Pasifika and students with additional learning needs are given opportunities to experience and achieve successful outcomes during their formal education.
Our Kāhui Ako Student Population
The roll data presented here is based on the 1st of July 2021 roll returns. The data includes gender, ethnic group, funding year level, and age.