Manaiakalani Kāhui Ako
We are a Kāhui Ako of 12 schools who share the vision to lead future focused learning in connected communities.
Our young people are actively involved, lifelong and literate learners who are confident and connected; ready for employment in tomorrow’s market and contributing positively to their community. Learners who are at home in the digital world...
Teaching as Inquiry
Each year our Kāhui Ako Teachers model an exemplary Teaching as Inquiry cycle and share their progress publicly on their blog, at regular intervals. In November we come together for our annual Bursts and Bubbles where their Inquiry is shared as Impact Bursts in a panel setting.
Teachers' Inquiry 2022
This slide deck includes links to teachers' professional blogs where you are able to explore their Teaching as Inquiry in more detail and connect directly if you have questions or feedback. The recorded live stream can also be watch on demand.
Originally, seven schools formed the Manaiakalani Cluster in November 2006. They are Tāmaki College, Tāmaki Intermediate (since closed down) , and Glenbrae, Panmure Bridge, Pt England, St Pius X, Tāmaki Primary Schools.
In 2012 Glen Innes and St Patrick's joined the Manaiakalani cluster, soon followed by Stonefields, Sommerville Special School, Ruapotaka and Te Kura Kaupapa Maori O Puau Te Moananui A Kiwa in 2013. Glen Taylor joined us in 2017.
This slide deck which accompanies the streamed presentation includes links to teachers' professional blogs where you are able to explore their Teaching as Inquiry in more detail and connect directly if you have questions or feedback.