Simultaneous Success Trajectories
Kia Eke Panuku epitomises the building on required by schools to form culturally responsive and relational contexts for learning.
This relationship begins with mihimihi (introduce yourself) and whanaungatanga (make connections) as first steps toward mahi tahi (working together as one)
Mahi tahi seeks to address the aspirations of Māori communities and support Māori students to pursue their potential.
This kaupapa of Kia Eke Panuku and the Simultaneous Success Trajectories promote ‘a new way of being’ for schools and their Māori students. As schools work across the dimensions we are seeing positive change for leaders, teachers, students and their communities.