Moana Houkamau
Digital presentation
National Aspiring Principals Programme
2014
Tihei mauri ora
K
Ko Hikurangi toku Maun...
Kia ora my name is Hoki - Moana Houkamau.
I am passionate about Leadership in the classroom, in the school,
in the communi...
Part of my leadership journey has been to take up new challenges.
HereTe Reo Maori
are some of them....
Team Leader for th...
Investing in local solutions by working with the Community Police
At the beginning of this year I was co opted onto the lo...
Leadership Disposition in the administration of the
Sport of Waka Ama in New Zealand
Club level
Executive member of
Mareik...
Leadership and the Treaty of Waitangi
Leadership
for
Future focused schools
E tipu e rea
 
 
E tipu, e rea, mo nga ra o tou ao;
Ko to ringa, ki nga rakau a t...
Kia ora koutou
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  • 1. Moana Houkamau Digital presentation National Aspiring Principals Programme 2014 Tihei mauri ora K 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
  • 2. Kia ora my name is Hoki - Moana Houkamau. I am passionate about Leadership in the classroom, in the school, in the community and in Te Tairawhiti. My passion is to work with Maori and Pacifica tamariki, in order to provide them with learning programmes that will raise their achievement levels and 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 aspect 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.
  • 3. Part of my leadership journey has been to take up new challenges. HereTe Reo Maori are some of them.... Team Leader for the Whanau Reo Maori - Te Roopu Puhi Kaiariki. My main responsibility as team leader for Whanau Reo Rua is the delivery of Te Reo Maori Language programmes throughout the school. Initially this was a challenging prospect, as all our teachers were at different levels in Te Reo maori. To deal with thi issue a imahi was employed to take Ataarangi classes once a week. The success of these class has been amazing and we now find teachers more enthusiastic and motivated to use Te Reo Maori in their classrooms. PB4L For the last 3 years I have been leading the Positive Behaviour 4 Learning contract a Kaiti. My responsibilities have been to effectively manage school wide change for behavioral management systems, lead a school wide review of behavior practices and to implement new positive behavior management initiatives. Iwi Partnerships orming a relationship and partnership with local Runanga has become a necessary part the corporate side of school life. Having a strong whakapaka to the region and whanau connections within Te Runanga o Ngati Porou & Te Runanga o Turanganui a Kiwa
  • 4. Investing in local solutions by working with the Community Police At the beginning of this year I was co opted onto the local Neighbourhood Safety Panel as the spokesperson for Kaiti school. This is a new initiative that has been 3Y S set up by the local police in conjunction with PKaiti residents, to deal with issues S W A pertaining to the Kait community. My key responsibilities on this panel are to 2012 – 2015 chair the hui and act as spokes person for Kaiti school. EAR TRATEGIC LAN FOR THE PORT OF AKA MA www.wakaama.co.nz Networking with local community and sporting organisations This year Kaiti school organised the Primary school waka ama regatta. This involved 10 local and country schools and approximately 120 tamariki. As an executive member of the Mareikura canoe club, I was able to organise this event. Part of my responsibility was to secure the club waka and equipment for our regatta, and co opt club members to assist in the running of this event. Through my community connections, Sport Tairawhiti and Te Whare Wananga o Aotearoa came on board to assist with the administration and loading of waka. The regatta was a great success and a wonderful opportunity for local and country schools to come together, and have a day of friendly rivalry on the water.
  • 5. Leadership Disposition in the administration of the Sport of Waka Ama in New Zealand Club level Executive member of Mareikura Canoe club for the last 10 years. 8 years as Chairperson 2 years as Secretary 8 years as Club representative on the regional committee. Regional level Executive member on Te Uranga o Te Ra regional committee for the last 10 years. 5 years as Chairperson 4 years as Secretary 2 years as Regional representative on the national body. National level Executive member on Nga Kaihoe o Aotaeroa from 2008 – 2010. I was fortunate to be part of an executive that worked with the Hiliary Sports Commission in 2009 to help formulate the first Strategic plan for Waka ama in NZ
  • 6. Leadership and the Treaty of Waitangi
  • 7. Leadership for Future focused schools E tipu e rea     E tipu, e rea, mo nga ra o tou ao; Ko to ringa, ki nga rakau a te Pakeha, hei ara mo to tinana: Ko to ngakau, ki nga taonga a o tipuna Maori, hei tikitiki mo to mahuna; Ko to wairua ki te Atua, nana nei nga mea katoa. na Apirana Ngata
  • 8. Kia ora koutou Thank you for taking the time to view my digital presentation. nga mihi nui na Hoki - Moana Houkamau