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Tash NAPP 2014
Transcript of Tash NAPP 2014
NAPP Presentation 2014
Ko Hikurangi te Maunga
Ko Waiapu te Awa
Ko Ngati Porou te Iwi
Ko Natasha Stumpf ahau
1989 – Prefect at Ngata Memorial College
1989 – Student Council
1986 – 1989 Netball Representative for the East Coast under 13’s to under 18’s team
1988 - Secretary for Tawhiti Senior Netball
1997 – 2003 Successful Owner/Operator of a small business at age 22
2004 - Student Representative Te Wananga O Aotearoa
2012 – 2013 Tutor Teacher
2012 – Present Sports Co-Ordinator Te Kura Reo Rua o Waikirikiri
2013 Senior Teacher Junior Syndicate
2013 – ICT lead team
Leadership Skills and Dispositions
Kia ora, I am a 40 year old Teacher of both Maori and Irish descent. I am passionate about becoming an innovative, futuristic leader.
I have been teaching for 7 years and am currently a New Entrant teacher at Te Kura Reo Rua o Waikirikiri in Gisborne.
– I am extremely zealous about being Maori. I speak Te Reo and practice tikanga daily in my classroom and in my everyday life.
– I am a focused, dedicated person. I have high expectations of myself and the people around me.
– I want to be a Principal. I want to inspire and motivate people. I want to be at the forefront of education, an active seeker and creator of knowledge.
– I have firm opinions. However I am open to hearing other peoples ideas and am open to change my mind if that is the best solution.
– I am an organised person in what I do in and out of the classroom. I find that the more systematic one is, the more productive their time is spent.
– I am level headed and sensible, I can work out simple solutions to complicated problems. I have excellent problem solving skills and I can think outside the box.
Motivating and enthusiastic, fair and respectful,
positive, reflective and adaptable.
Leadership and the
Treaty of Waitangi
Whakapiki - to grow your language
I am involved in the PLD to whakapiki our academic Reo as part of ongoing whole staff learning.
Implications for school policy, organisation and planning
I want to be part of the journey to ensure policies and procedures are beneficial to our Maori tamariki and whanau are being implemented, allowing Maori to achieve as Maori.
My vision for future focused schools
Modern learning environments, inspiring facilitators, innovative, inclusive, targeted teaching and learning will produce
Flexible, Innovative, confident, creative, Problem solving, Entrepreneurial, Team Orientated Leaders of the future.
Allowing tamariki to be linked to the rest of the world and potentially create jobs that are unheard of right now.
Leaders lead by example and inspire people to better themselves.
Nā tō rourou, nā taku rourou
ka ora ai te iwi
With your food basket and my food basket
the people will thrive
Leadership for future Focused Schools
I moemoe ahau
My Dreams and Aspirations as a future Principal
Educational Statement of Intent
The Ministry is focused on ensuring the education system delivers on the Government’s key goals – better public services - deliver improved outcomes - stronger economic growth for New Zealand.
"The purpose of the education system is to send kids out into the world with a qualification that's meaningful. In order to do that, we need to have quality teaching in the classrooms, all the way from year one through to year 13"
Hekia Parata, Minister of Education.
I believe a great leader:
- influences people - gives direction
- motivates - improves outcomes.
I believe a great leader should:
- think long term - set goals -be respected by peers - be dedicated - be open to other peoples ideas.
Ko te Tamaiti to Putake o te Kaupapa
The Child - The Heart of the Matter
Thank You for taking the time to consider my application
No reira, Tena Koutou,
Tena Koutou, Tena Koutou, Katoa...
Culturally Responsive Teaching & Learning
I live and breathe Culturally Responsive Teaching on a daily basis - I base my curriculum delivery and design on beliefs, attitudes and values around Tikanga Maori.
Culturally Responsive Leadership
Engage effectively with whanau
Ngati Poroutanga - what our kura is based on
Committed to Maori Achievement and Success
Ensure Maori identity will not fade.
Students realise their full potential
Protecting our identity and culture
I would like to develop a leadership style that encompasses the following:
- Understanding the Wairua (soul) of Maori
- Catering for the emotional feelings and encouraging them to express themselves
- Understanding aroha, awhina and the tuakana/teina concept
Mana Ahua Ake
- appreciating individual uniqueness
Nga Taonga Tuku Iho
- appreciating the heritage handed down by our ancestors
- extending the mind and senses.
A visionary School
Modern Learning Environment
Whanau, Hapu, Iwi initiatives
preparing students for the future
developing the environments conducive to learning
preparing tamariki for future focused issues