We are so very very proud and grateful that our adopted son Kenneth , who came from Fiji at 16 years of age with minimal academic success, has had the opportunity to be a founder pupil of this amazing Kura.
It has not only enabled Kenneth to discover himself, but it has also embraced us as his parents and helped us to provide a “ secure pathway” for Kenneth. We have observed him becoming engaged and enthusiastic in his learning, as he has been given the opportunity to develop his own “pathway” for his future. He now has hope and a real sense of belonging as a New Zealander.
This initial ERO report is a true reflection of what we as parents know is happening.
Congratulations Te Aratika.... and thank you.”
Rev Bryan and Rev Rosemary Carey.

Whanau Portal

It is important for both whānau and their students to ensure that contact details, especially emergency numbers, are kept current.  Please click the link below to update your details when needed.


Whanau Engagement
Our whole community can work together for the success of our students, please take a little time to go over our Whānau Engagement document.

Whānau Committee
Whānau are welcome to join the Whānau Committee, which supports the Academy, and is responsible for fundraising both inside, and outside the TAA community.