Te Kāhui Ako o Kōhanga Moa - Inglewood Community of Learning
Norfolk School are part of a highly successful Kāhui Ako Cluster - Te Kāhui Ako o Kōhanga Moa.
Our Kāhui Ako is made up of five early learning centres, seven primary schools and Inglewood High School,
Being part of our Kāhui Ako allows us access to high quality professional learning as well as specialist staff working within our cluster.
Our Board of Trustees and our Leadership team is committed to working closely with our KāWhui Ako partners to strengthen professional relationships and educational pathways for our students. We are also very fortunate to have Lorraine Hitchcock continuing her work as an Across School Teacher for the Kāhui Ako. This work allows Lorraine and Andrew to work closely with all our partner schools and early childhood learning centres. We have a highly collaborative model which encourages our centres to work closely together. With this collaboration comes increasing success and unity around our shared goals. Ultimately, we are all working towards better outcomes for all of our Inglewood learners.
Our Kāhui Ako Achievement Challenges
At the heart of our Kāhui Ako work lie four key achievement challenges.