Te Tupu Managed Moves has been a collaborative community project from the very start.
This page contains just some of the people, agencies and businesses that support Te Tupu Managed Moves.
If you’d like to get involved, please contact us.
Ahuriri RTLB Service
Hawke’s Bay District Health Board
At the Hawke’s Bay DHB we recognise the strong links between health and education. A healthy, well supported child will get a better education. And a better educated youngster will grow up to be a healthier adult.
The Child Health Team has been active in support of Te Tupu from its’ inception and we are represented on the governance group. Our Public Health Nurses often have good links with the children, their schools and their whanau, plus we are well positioned to bring in other professional help such as paediatricians, child development specialists, councillors etc.
The Child Health Team also hosts the Healthy Homes project within the DHB so we may be able to support whanau with housing interventions that can have a positive effect on both health and education.
Ministry of Education
The Ministry of Education has supported Te Tupu Managed Moves since the outset, securing funding for the project, providing specialist support, and being active members of the Steering Group.
Our Learning Support specialists support individual students at Te Tupu Managed Moves, as well as offering professional development to Te Tupu staff.
Sport Hawke’s Bay
Springboard Trust is an education change organisation in New Zealand, employing a unique cross-sector model to develop principals’ leadership.
Focused on strategy, leadership practice and collaborative environments and actions, they partner leaders with public, private and philanthropic sector volunteer experts to create positive, equitable, long-lasting impact on New Zealand students. Springboard Trust is proud to support Te Tupu in its planning, monitoring, understanding and assessment of the connected initiatives that surround the children in the care of Te Tupu. They are also working alongside the Ministry of Education and supporting organisations to gather, analyse and present information for the Te Tupu annual impact report.
Tamatea High School
Robin Fabish is the tumuaki (principal) of Tamatea High School.
“We are very happy to partner with local stakeholders in this initiative. It takes a village to raise a child and we are proud to play our part. Our role is largely administrative managing finances, employment contracts and strategic input, however, we are very pleased to be associated with the good work that is being done by the Te Tupu whānau”
Jo Smith is the principal of Tamatea Intermediate, and is the current Chair of the Te Tupu Managed Moves Steering Group.
Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu
Te Kupenga Hauora
Te Roopu A Iwi Trust