September 2016 school leaders talk about HPS contribution to positive impacts in their schools
Edited videos of school leaders talking about HPS and the impact that has been achieved in their schools as a result of HPS support can be found here.
1. Waiharara School
Toni O'Neill Waiharara School - edited presentation and edited version of students’ video
Waiharara principal Toni O’Neill discusses how the HPS rubric was of value to her, and how the students from her school engaged with the wider community to develop their own ideas for hauora.
Waiharara School students’ movie
Video made by Waiharara students showing how they worked with HPS to connect their school and community, with a focus on students’ hauora.
2. Mahora School
Tamla Smith Mahora School interview
Tamla Smith, deputy principal of Mahora School, talks about their journey with HPS to strengthen the school’s relationship with parents and the dramatic improvement in the students’ reading results.
3. Otane School
Rachel Kingi Otane School interview
Otane School’s principal Rachel Kingi discusses how HPS, by focusing on the whole child, helped them to meet the many challenges the school was facing, and improved both student and whānau engagement.
Parent Kirsty Calhoun reflects on how HPS has helped her school community by linking health and education.