Tai Tokerau

Tai Tokerau is the northernmost education region. It includes the Far North and Kaipara Districts, as well as urban Whangarei and semi-rural Marsden and Ruakaka.

Size and growth

Overall Tai Tokerau is considered to be a region experiencing steady growth.

Catchment Plans within the National Education Growth Plan

The Tai Tokerau region has one catchment plan within the National Education Growth Plan.

See the Tai Tokerau region catchment plan.

What’s been happening in Tai Tokerau

Where

When

What

Details

Consultation

Whangarei

2017

Whangarei Boys’ High
Rebuild and upgrade of facilities

Rebuild at Whangarei Boys' High (external link)

 

Whangarei

2017

Hora Hora Primary School
$6.9 million upgrade project

Upgrade at Hora Hora Primary School (external link)

 

Kamo

2016

Kamo Intermediate School
$1.7 million redevelopment project

Kamo redevelopment projectng-spaces-for-kamo-intermediate/ (external link)

 

Kaikohe

2016

Te Wae o te Wheke
Opening of new education service hub, a collaboration between the Ministry, Resource Teacher Learning and Behaviour and Northland College

Opening of new education service hub at Te Wae o te Wheke (external link)

 

Your say matters

Our communities are changing all the time. When we work with Boards of Trustees to come up with options to meet the demand of students in particular areas, we look at the whole network rather than individual schools.

Planning for future growth, identifying where the best use of space will be, and ensuring all local children and young people can attend their local school, underpins our decisions on options.

Your say in this matters. Sharing your views and listening to each other’s ideas, suggestions and feedback on options through engagement and consultation helps ensure the network of schools is in the best shape to offer quality education opportunities – now and into the future.

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