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Kia ora, Talofa lava, Kia orana, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Malo e lelei, Malo Ni, Kumusta, Salam alaikum, Min-ga-la-ba-shin, Hola, Olá, Nǐ hǎo, Maingalarpar and Greetings and Welcome to you all.
Tamaki College in Glen Innes Auckland has shaped the lives of young people since 1957. We are a proud co-educational College and are fully committed to excellence ensuring that every student is successful.
Our school values of Respect, Innovation, Success and Excellence is the backbone to Teaching and Learning. We are the original Manaiakalani Secondary School and our Digital Learning and IT is one of the most developed in the country. Our intent is for our young people to graduate as confident, respectful, and independent learners. We are the proud home to our Health Science, Trades, Services, Driving and Tereora Academies.
We celebrate our biculturalism and our diversity, and create opportunities to raise awareness and respect all cultures and diverse backgrounds of our community.
We welcome our whanau, parents, and caregivers to help build a strong and active relationship with Tamaki College as this will support our intent and school vision for our young people and community we serve.
He waka eke noa!
Let us work together for excellence.
Featuring our very own Alumni student
We can all be very proud of Solesia. Solesia graduated from Tamaki College and then attended university here in New Zealand before transferring to Brigham Young University – Hawaii. She has just recently graduated with a double a major in political science and social work on Friday December 9th.
“She’s since had the opportunity to travel across the globe to New York City, New York and Bangkok, Thailand, as part of her political science major. During these trips, she received further confirmation of how these two majors go hand in hand in bringing about change in the lives of troubled youth.” – BYU-Hawaii News
Solesia will return to New Zealand to complete her application to Brigham Young University’s Public Administration Masters Program in Provo, Utah. Her ultimate goal is to work for the United Nations and start a non-profit organization in New Zealand to help Maori and Pacific Island youth connect with their culture as they heal from trauma and work towards a brighter future.
Congratulations Solesia on a MASSIVE achievement.
Read more about her BYUH journey.
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That students will have 90% attendance.
WE ARE ABLE TO ISSUE LOAN EQUIPMENT.
BROKEN DEVICES, SOFTWARE OR WIFI ISSUES
If you still have your device, please contact Fusion in the first instance, by phone during business hours (8:30am – 5pm) on 09 801 2800.
Follow the auto-attendant to select your Region (1 for Auckland). A Fusion engineers will pick the call up and assist with the issue (troubleshoot). Please leave a voicemail message if necessary, voicemails will be cleared regularly by team leaders.
If you’re device needs to be sent away for repair/insurance claim, Fusion will let us know and We will contact you to arrange a loan equipment.
WE WILL CONTACT YOU with the process for collecting equipment from School. In some cases we will be able to deliver, but this may not always be the case.
For all other requests, please complete this form , please ensure that you provide an email address or phone number so we can contact you for further information or let you know the collection process.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE DEVICES ISSUED ARE PROPERTY OF TEREORA ACADEMY AND DO NOT BELONG TO THE COLLEGE.
– If our device or charger is damaged or broken while in your care, you will be charged the full amount for repair or the equivalent of a new device/charger.
We have a limited number of loan devices and chargers.
Priority will be given to:
– NCEA Students
– Students where devices were handed in for repair prior to 17 February 2022
Tāmaki Connect Trust in association with Tāmaki College presents Project RISE. Click on link below to website.
A transformative community development project that helps Tāmaki College connect with the local community to generate better connections, experiences, opportunities and pathways where our young people with their families can thrive.
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 Pasifika Futures Limited and their parent company the Pacific Medical Association, Tamaki College seeks to provide a variety of opportunities for our students and 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