Kura values are highly evident in the positive way adults and children relate to each other.

2016 ERO Report,
Ministry of Education

The principal and teachers at Te Kura Maori o Waatea have made very good progress in building a culture of teaching and learning that reflects their sponsor’s vision.

2016 ERO Report,
Ministry of Education

Supportive adults from all parts of the organisation play a role in building the engagement of learners and their whanau.

2016 ERO Report,
Ministry of Education

Supportive adults from all parts of the organisation play a role in building the engagement of learners and their whanau.

2016 ERO Report,
Ministry of Education
 
  1. Our Kura
  2. Our History

Te Whare Wānanga o MUMA Ltd

Established in 2014, Te Whare Wānanga o MUMA Ltd was set up by the Manukau Urban Māori Authority (MUMA) to oversee the management and development of education services.

Over two years, the company is now managing the operations of a primary-aged kura hourua, early childhood centre and a playgroup. Te Whare Wānanga o MUMA is committed to growing its education resource for its whanau and community, from early childhood and primary education to secondary and adult education over the next 10 years.

Our Board of Directors

Our Board consists of highly capable individuals involved in education, tikanga and community representation.

  • Bernie O'Donnell – Chair
  • Wyn Osborne – Treasurer
  • Barbara Alaalatoa
  • Stephanie Tawha
  • Rangi McLean
  • Tamati Patuwai

 
 
 
General Enquiries
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0800 922 832

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Freephone 0800 WAATEA (0800 922 832)
31 Calthorp Close, Mangere, Auckland 2024
PO Box 23398, Hunters Corner, Auckland 2025

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