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Lawrence and Catherine Tagaloa

A Candid Kōrero with the Tagaloa's

Lawrence Tagaloa
Ngāti Hamoa, Afega village in Apia

Catherine Tagaloa
Te Rarawa Te Iwi, Waiariki Te Hapu


Lawrence and Catherine Tagaloa are one of the many whānau clusters who work at Waipareira. While working with your husband or wife may not be everyone’s

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Alliance

Whānaungātanga at its Best!

Waipareira Chair Ray Hall was signatory to an Alliance Agreement that will strengthen relationships between Waipareira, Mana Whenua, Mātāwaka, Primary Health organisations and the Auckland and Waitematā District Health Boards.


The Alliance plans to develop a more cohesive, accessible, efficient, effective safe and sustainable health system for the community. The function was held last week held at Auckland Hospital.

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PARENTS AS FIRST TEACHERS

PAFT offers hands on support and
guidance for parents and caregivers,
to help understand your child’s development, and to also gain
confidence in parenting.

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TE KETE ARONUI

We provide after school tuition for
children  7-11 years,  improving their
reading, maths, spelling and
comprehension. Subsidised funding is
available for Māori children eligible
through Te Putea Whakatupu Trust.

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TE RITO O WAIPAREIRA

This early childhood centre for
pre-schoolers with a focus on bi-lingual
language. It delivers Māori and English
for babies and children aged 6 months -5
years. Twenty hours free for children aged 3 and over.

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INCREDIBLE YEARS

The Incredible Years Training
Programme provides affordable, early
prevention support that families and
teachers of young children can use to
promote social, emotional, and academic
wellbeing.

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