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K Tihei mauri ora Ko Hikurangi toku Maunga Ko Waiapu toku Awa Ko Te Whanau o Tuwhakairiora toku Hapu Ko Ngati Porou toku Iwi Ko Hoki - Moana Houkamau ahau Moana Houkamau Digital presentation National Aspiring Principals Programme 2014

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Tihei mauri oraKo Hikurangi toku Maunga

Ko Waiapu toku AwaKo Te Whanau o Tuwhakairiora toku Hapu

Ko Ngati Porou toku IwiKo Hoki - Moana Houkamau ahau

Moana HoukamauDigital presentation

National Aspiring Principals Programme2014

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Kia ora KoutouKia ora my name is Hoki - Moana Houkamau.

I am passionate about Leadership in the class, at school and in our community of Kaiti.

My main passion is to work with Maori and Pacifica tamariki and to provide them with, culturally

responsive learning programmes that will help them reach their full potential.

I am particularly excited about being given the opportunity to apply for the

National Aspiring Principals Programme for 2014 as I know one of the focuses of the programme is to

look at the leadership of colleagues in raising the achievement of students in school, with a particular

focus on Maori and Pacifica. I would be very interested in the outcome of those


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Te Reo Maori

Team Leader for the Whanau Reo Maori - Te Roopu Puhi KaiarikiResponsible for leadership of Te Reo Maori Language programmes in


PB4L For the last 3 years I have been leading the Positive Behaviour 4

Learning contract at Kaiti. My responsibilities have been to effectively manage school wide

change for behavioral management systems, lead school wide review of behavior practices

and to implement new positive behavior management initiatives.

Iwi Partnerships I am also responsible for negotiating on behalf of Kaiti school with

Te Runanga o Ngati Porou &Te Runanga o Turanganui a Kiwa if their is funding needed for special

programmes, or just keeping abreast of what is happening with our Iwi leaders.

Part of my leadership journey this year has been to take up some new challenges.

Here are some of them....



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Leadership skills and DispositionsActing Assistant Principal

I was seconded to this position at the end of Term 2 and will apply for the permanent position when it is advertised at school.

Investing in local solutions by working with the Gisborne Community Police

I am a member of the local Neighbourhood Safety Panel and attend the Bi monthly hui. My responsibility on the panel is to chair the meetings and present

any issues on behalf of Kaiti school.

Networking with local community organisations such as Sports clubs.

This year Kaiti school organised the local Primary school Waka Ama regatta. As an executive member of the Mareikura canoe club I was able to organise the useage of the waka and club equipment and co opt club members to assist in the

organisation and running of this event. It was a successful day for all who participated and competed in the days racing.

In addition I trained and entered a team from Kaiti school in the regatta, we placed 4th overall !

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Leadership and the Treaty of Waitangi

Manaakitanga whakawhanaungatanga Pono Whakaute

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He Kanohi matara


He Kaikotuitui

He Kaiarataki





Hard Worker



Leadership for Future focused schools


Culturally responsive

Bi lingual

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Kia ora Thank you for taking the time to view my digital presentation.

nga mihiHoki - Moana Houkamau