​The Haeata Puna Waiora has completed a remarkable transformation after the first two tumultuous years

Visitors to the library area opposite the school café will have seen that Dale Wang has been able to create a wonderful new area that welcomes parents, learners and staff to meet for a social catch-up, for group meetings or to do some quiet work.

Dale says that it has been a lon...

An innovative partnership between the private sector and Crown agencies is providing free access to digital education from the comfort of their homes for hundreds of students at Haeata Community Campus.

After months of planning, setting up and testing the equipment, Haeata principal Andy Kai Fong today announced that over 360 students in 190 homes across Aranui in Christchurch’s...

Haeata Community Campus students Evile Laloata and PJ Iva have been hard at work in the recording studio after their success at Smokefree Rockquest Christchurch. Evile and PJ placed second in the solo/duo section of the competition, and received the Tangata Beats Award with their original song "‘Samoa e, you are my heart''.
 

The Tangata Beats category promotes the use of Pasifi...

Connor, 14, is in his first year at Haeata Community Campus. His game, called “Brain Riddler” has thrown him into a whirlwind of new learning, trialling and experiencing technology that is new to him. He has designed a game board and game pieces using digital software, and is constructing them using a 3D printer in the MakerSpace at Haeata.

“I learnt to use new software like Fus...

Kōrepo ākonga showcased all their amazing work at an exhibition recently.  Jadah Coffin created this video of the day. 

Kaupapa Ako time each week gives students opportunity to explore and extend their learning in areas of interest to them. 

So awesome to see ākonga showing pride in their learning and achievements. 

On May the 23rd Haeata opened its doors to our whānau to come in and celebrate te ao Māori within our kura. Our whānau were treated with mini workshops being held by not only kaiako but by our very own ākonga. 

Our whānau were also treated to a beautiful spread of kai which was then topped off by Haeata's very own matatini group. To end the beautiful night we handed out taonga t...

PJ Iva, a Year 13 student at Haeata, has just returned from three weeks at Outward Bound, alongside 13 other ‘watchmates’, all from different parts of the country and all with their own individual backgrounds. “Everyone was different, they all had inspiring stories,” says PJ, noting that the people were what made the experience so special.

PJ was awarded a scholarship to attend...

Just like students around the country, Haeata Community Campus students Manaia Mahuika-Davies and Bodie Barker gained NCEA Level 1 last year, but unlike most of those other students they also gained credits at other levels too.

Things are different at Haeata. Individual learning plans allow each student to explore their own interests to their full potential. NCEA standards are a...

The walkway off Catherine Street in Woolston, beside the Heathcote river, has been revitalised with help from some of our Year 12 students and the University of Canterbury (UC) Student Volunteer Army (SVA).

In March, our students; Bodie, Manaia and Troy;  alongside the UC SVA and other year 12s from local schools, revitalised an 80 metre section of fencing as part of the SVA’s Y...

Service is one of our values at Haeata. Service includes learners being mindful of their unique role in making a difference and the concept that we can learn from our wider community and the wider community can learn from us. 


Friday 6th of April was our first Ihutai Service Day for 2018, our ākonga went out into various places in the community and gave their time. We were invo...

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