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Kia Ora Whanau,
Welcome to Tamaki College.
COVID-19 has brought about many changes to the world and especially in how we are operating as a country, community and school.
Wellbeing is our main priority moving forward. We hope that you will find joy in learning with us as we work together to provide the best educational pathway for you. There are so many opportunities and pathways here at Tamaki College and we look forward to helping you achieve your goals.
Again, Welcome to the Tamaki College Whanau.
For further updates and information please see below under “Important Updates” and our Facebook Page.
Kia Kaha Kia Toa!!!
Nga Mihi Nui
Kia Ora Tamaki College Whanau,
Just a friendly reminder that tomorrow Friday 16th April, 2021 is a TEACHER ONLY DAY so students must stay home.
Best wishes to our Cultural groups participating in the 45th Annual ASB Polyfest this Saturday.
Samoan Stage – 9:40am
Tongan Stage – 9:10am & 11:40am
Safe travels to everyone who may be attending camps during the holidays. If you are enrolled in study classes during these holidays, please make every effort to attend.
We look forward to seeing everyone return for Term 2 on Monday 3rd May, 2021 at our normal starting time of 9am. Until then, stay safe and be kind to each other whanau.
Kia Kaha Kia Toa
Featuring our very own Alumni student Leroy Pohatu from 2016!!!
We can all be proud of Leroy Pohatu. In his final year of high school, Leroy had wanted to take a gap year to work and make money to buy a car, but a paid internship at local IT firm Fusion Networks came up. A few months into the job, something clicked. “It gave me an idea, and the idea just grew.”
Leroy spent the next three years studying, earning three diplomas in tech support, systems administration, and cloud management at IT institute Techtorium. He went to classes in the morning and worked for Fusion in the afternoon.
Leroy was one of Fusions first interns, scouted from digital studies class here at Tāmaki College. He is now a field engineer for Fusion and has the responsibility of looking after the IT of eight schools in Auckland, including here at Tāmaki College.
Read more by clicking on the link below:
Auckland is now Alert Level 1.
Good hygiene and contact tracing stop the spread of COVID-19.
If you have cold or flu-like symptoms, please stay home and call Healthline for free on 0800 611116 or your doctor for advice about getting tested. Remember, it is free to get tested.
Remember Be Kind, Stay Safe, Stay Home if you are unwell and SAVE LIVES and Stop the Spread.
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Free Phone: 0800 1 82625
Please support your child’s learning by encouraging them to use the following online resources:
For any device issues, students please go to M10.
School Goal 4:
That students will have 90% attendance.
Manaiakalani Education Trust was set up in January 2011 to be in service of the schools to help them achieve the goals of the Programme by providing access to external resources and networks. Click here.
In partnership with Te Wananga O Aotearoa, Tamaki College seeks to provide a variety of opportunities for our wider community Click here.
AIMHI (Achievement in Multi Cultural High Schools) is a group of nine decile one urban secondary schools where a large proportion of the schools' student population come from Maori and Pacific Islands backgrounds Click here.
I like it here at Tamaki College. I feel like I am part of a family, away from home
A Year 10 Student