Welcome to Mokoia Intermediate

The needs of ākonga are at the heart of all that we do at Mokoia Intermediate School.

Tena Koutou Whānau Ma
My name is Rawiri Wihapi and I am delighted to welcome you to Mokoia Intermediate. I love being a principal of a school which supports change, builds whakawhanaungatanga (relationships), cares for wellbeing (hauora) and has developed a culture of learning.

I believe we should strive to do our personal best to achieve the highest possible standards of learning in all endeavours that life has to offer. I am committed to being a visible, approachable and transparent principal who forms strong relationships with students, parents, community, local hapu and staff by maintaining high levels of communication and positive, progressive engagement.

I believe in our Vision Statement:
“The needs of ākonga are at the heart of all that we do at Mokoia Intermediate School.”

We have the highest expectations of our students and ourselves. We expect staff and students to model all values of Mokoia Intermediate from our Te Tihi o Mana model. We expect that we will all try the diverse opportunities offered at Mokoia Intermediate.
At Mokoia Intermediate, your child can look forward to making excellent academic progress, having fun and getting involved in a wide range of areas of learning, developing social and citizenship skills and being well prepared for life. We look forward to working with you, your child and whanau.

Rawiri Wihapi, Principal, Mokoia Intermediate

Ko Whakapoungakau te pae maunga,
Ko Pukepoto te tihi,
Ko Waingaehe te awa,
Ko te Rotorua-nui-a-Kahumata-momoe te moana,
Ko Mokoia te Motutapu-a-Tinirau,
Ko Puketawhero te papawhenua,
Ko Whakaue te iwi,
Ko Te Roro-o-te-rangi te hapu,
Ko Mokoia te kura.
Tihei mauriora.

Ko te Whakaiti te noho mauritau i raro i te ngakau mahaki - Whakaiti means 'Humility'. To show respect by being humble in one's own actions and one's actions and interactions with others. It demonstrates respect for self and respect for others.
Ko te Upoko Pakaru te noho pumau ki te kaupapa i raro i te ngakau marie - Upoka Pakaru means 'Resilience'. To persevere in all endeavours and in all tasks by demonstrating resilience and fortitude.

News

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Kia ora koutou, What a wonderful week it’s been, filled with amazing achievements and memorable moments! It was fantastic to witness the incredible talent on

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Mrs Jones’s Shout Out

Kia ora koutou, What a busy week of learning and achievement it has been! We started the week with a wonderful teacher-only day on Monday,

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Mrs Jones’s Shout Out

Kia ora koutou, As we head into the colder months, we are seeing winter illnesses take hold across the motu, with the ‘flu season’ arriving

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Calendar

Parent / Whānau calendar

Wednesday, June 19

Epro 8 Interschool Semi Finals
4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Thursday, June 20

Epro8 Interschool Semi Finals
10:30 am – 1:30 pm

Friday, June 21

Student Council trip
9:45 am – 12:10 pm
Epro8 Grand Final year 5-6
10:30 am – 1:30 pm

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