College of Teachers
To develop the understanding of the human being and the curriculum
Ensuring a culturally located Waldorf curriculum that reflects all of our diversity.
Events that occur in daily life which may require conflict resolution
Waldorf Education & Special Character
Understanding of each human being as a being of body, soul, and spirit.
Vision – MOEMOEĀ
Instilling integrity, creating inner freedom and awakening moral and social responsibility in our students.
Mission Statement – KUPU TAUĀKĪ
To help each and every student progress towards becoming a free, responsible and caring individual able to impart purpose and direction in his or her own life and as a citizen able to contribute in manifold as well as unique ways to human society
Values – NGĀ UARA
- Excellence – Kairangitanga: by aiming high, persevering and having the courage to push through challenges
- Innovation – Auahatanga: inquiry and curiosity – by thinking critically, creatively and reflectively
- Diversity – Kotahitanga: acceptance of different cultures, languages, learning needs and ways of thinking
- Equity – Ture: through fairness and social justice
- Community and Participation – Hapori: having impulse to take action and contribute to the well-being of individuals and wider society.
- Ecological Sustainability – Kaitiakitanga: a sense of connection with, and care for, community and the environment
- Integrity – Tika, Pono: by being honest, responsible, accountable and acting ethically
- Respect – Mana: hauora, care for physical, emotional, spiritual and mental health both of self and others.