Hawkes Bay Region
Central H.Bay District
ATU HE TETE KURA, ARA MAI HE TETE KURA"
works to four key principles:
and students do not wish education to be solely in Pākehā terms
but to be bilingual and bicultural. In this area, Te Aute will fulfil
many of their desires and aspirations.
TE KAUPAPA O TE KURA O TE AUTE
The College must continue to strive to be a community where Māori
etiquette and its niceties of behaviour are practised on all occasions.
place that the students regard as home; their turangawaewae.
place where Māori values, attitudes, and practices are fostered.
place where with the help of understanding Pakeke pupils realize
their potential in academic and personal growth.
place where dedicated teachers inspire pupilÕs with confidence that
things they are taught are a base on which they can pattern their
lives in a multicultural society.
place given to God so that the Christian ideals of the College may
have a lifelong influence.
Report - Te Aute 2000
The academic profile of the school has improved and the increased
number of students who pass bursary examinations exemplifies this…
The board has made a particular effort to establish strategies and systems
to make the school safe for students. …A feeling of pride is promoted
amongst students. For these reasons, the roll has increased. Students
receive a good education.
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