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Nau mai haere mai ki Te Aute

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Te Whare o Rangi

Private Bag 6030 Pukehou Napier
PH: 06 856 8016
FAX: 06 856 8346
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Courier Address:
100 State Highway 2
Central Hawkes Bay

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Enrolment Form
Fees School and Hostel

2016 PANUI
2016 Uniform List
Hostel List
NCEA 2016 Exam Timetable

Term 2 2016

Thursday 1 September - St Matthews Blossom Festival Hastings
Saturday 3 September - TA vs Hato Paora Rugby at TA
Sunday 4 September - Baptism and Confirmation at TA
Saturday 10 September - School Ball for Seniors
Tuesday 20-23 September - Manu Korero Nationals Whangarei
Friday 23 September - Term 3 Ends Travel from 12pm


Friday 23 Sept - Term 3 ends Students travel from 12pm
(Kapa Haka students return 18 July / 1st XV game 16 July)
Sunday 9 October - Hostel Students return by 8pm
Monday 10 October - School resumes Term 4
Thursday 20 October - Labour weekend travel from 12pm
Tuesday 25 October - Hostel Students return by 8pm
Wednesday 26 October - School resumes
Friday 11 November - College Dinner for staff & students
Saturday 12 November - Whole School Prizegiving
Monday 13 November - NCEA exams begin
Friday 9 December - End of Year travel from 12pm
Seniors sitting NCEA will leave once approval given from the school following exams.

All Leave above is compulsory

TE WERO 2015/2014/2013 SCHOOL MAGAZINE - $35.00 available
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Our son’s nana bawled her eyes when she saw him all dressed up in his no1s.  He wears his uniform with a lot of pride. 

So proud of our boy.
He's come a long way, our Aussie born Māori kid. He's tranformed into this confident, respectful, mature young Māori man.
Te Aute College has made our son into the person he is today. Thank-you, is not enough.

I have never seen such a supportive school.
A lot of time was put in to helping my brother succeed at the school on all levels,  academic, physical, cultural, religious, community involvement, leadership roles, self- discipline, time management and basic life skills.

Our Motto

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"Kia mataara, e tū i runga i te whakapono, whakatangata kia kaha Kia meatia ā koutou mea katoa i runga i te aroha"
"Watch ye, stand fast in the faith, quit ye like men be strong Let all that you do be done in love"


1 Corinthians 16:13,14