In the Media

Working in partnership with Coactive Education and Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki

February 15, 2023

Working in partnership with Coactive Education and Ngāi Tai ki…

Woods Furniture: Te Uho o te Nikau Primary School – Case Study

February 7, 2023

FEATURED IN: Woods Furniture Website Collaborative learning spaces and how…

Building an authentic curriculum while building a learning community

August 2, 2022

FEATURED IN: Tārai Kura | July 2022 | Pānui 9…

New Primary School – Heart of Nikau

September 13, 2019

FEATURED IN: Times Online. By Farida Master. Times photo: Wayne…

Strengthening, growing and reaching out

June 22, 2019

FEATURED IN: AKO – The Journal for Education Professionals. Issue:…

Greetings, blessings at opening of Te Uho o te Nikau Primary School

February 7, 2019

FEATURED IN: Botany and Ormiston Times By Farida Master “Whenever…

The Importance of a Name

January 29, 2019

Thoughts of a cultural concept for the bridges connecting the carpark to the school, a Nikau design plan was offered by Reuben Kirkwood of the local iwi Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki. This then fed the narrative from which a new name grew.

Photo: Flat Bush 7 Principals

Flat Bush 7-Learning leaders with a shared vision

January 29, 2019

For the first time principals of seven different schools in Flat Bush came together along with around 250 teachers and 95 support staff to share their knowledge and resources.

Schools work together to support future-focused learning

June 21, 2018

By Education Gazette editorsISSUE: VOLUME 97, NUMBER 11 A Future…