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Maori Community Rep for Te Huruhi School Board of Trustees

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Harry Howe, our Maori Community Representative has stepped down from our Board of Trustees.

Harry has done a fantastic job for our tamariki and on our Board.  After a number of years Harry feels the time is right to step down feeling he has achieved his goal of increasing the levels of Te Reo Maori in Nga Purapura Akoranga and across the entire school.

Tēnā rawa atu koe Harry

With Harry’s resignation the Board is seeking a new Maori representative.


Maori Community Representative – Te Huruhi School Board of Trustees

Te Huruhi School Board of Trustees has a vacancy for a Māori Community Trustee. The successful applicant will join the Board from February 2020 and be a full member of the Board. The successful person would remain a member of the Board of Trustees until the end of the current board term in 2022.  This will be an exciting time to be a member of the BoT at Te Huruhi School as we move forward with our school vision and settling into our fabulous new learning environment.

Expressions of interest are sought by 20th January 2021.

For more information or to express your interest in the position please contact the school office on 372 0200 or email [email protected]​, alternatively contact Emma Bolser (chairperson) [email protected]