Whānau Teams

“Collaborative teaching and learning”

 

At Tahatai Coast School, classrooms at the same Year Levels work collaboratively in whānau teams, giving students the chance to learn alongside their peers and teachers from other classes across their Year Levels.




Kororā - Year 0

Whānau Team Leader: Kirsten Bell

Whānau Teachers:  Shona Mackenzie, Nicky Scott, Kirsten Bell, Rachel Zinyowera, Kerry Hardisty, Heather Robertson (Start Term 2)

Whānau Facebook Page

Korora Final  1




Pīwakawaka - Year 1

Whānau Team Leader: Andre Jay

Whānau Teachers: 

Emma Sheely, Amy Bidios, Andre Jay, Shannon Cooper

Whānau Facebook Page

Piwakawaka Final  2



Tūī - Year 2

Whānau Team Leader: Andre Jay

Whānau Teachers:

Molly Gallichan, Judith Williams, Kelly Maaka, Trudi Farrelly

Whānau Facebook Page

Tui Final  5



Kea - Year 3

Whānau Team Leader: Keri Hunt

Whānau Teachers: Nicky Dixon, Keri Hunt, Dianne Pellow, Pauline Uden, Bianca Nielsen

Whānau Facebook Page

Kea Final



Pūkeko - Year 4

Whānau Team Leader: Alison Robilliard

Whānau Teachers: Rebekah Whyte, Alison Robilliard, Nicky Klinkert, Ali Goldie

Whānau Facebook Page

Pukeko Final  2



Kererū - Year 5  

Whānau Team Leader: Justine Taylor

Whānau Teachers: 

Clare Webber, Greg Semmens, Kate Hollard, Justine Taylor, Hayley Hikairo

Whānau Facebook Page

Kereru Final  (1)



Rūrū - Year 6 and 8 (Kāhu)

Whānau Team Leader: Hayden McCormack

Whānau Teachers: 

Abi Kilduff, Martin Dijkgraaf, Hayden McCormack, Kate Hollard, Briarley Inglis

Whānau Facebook Page

Ruru Final   (4)