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New Caledonian Exchange Visit August 2014

Once again this year we will be welcoming our friends from Canala College in New Caledonia as part of our on-going contact with the school. A group of students will be visiting the college during September and students will have the opportunity to welcome a student to stay with them and their family for a...

MANGERE COLLEGE SAMOA MALAGA 2013

Another successful Samoa Language Class Malaga to the Independent State of Samoa, has returned back safely. The Malaga left Aotearoa on Friday 27 September 2013 at 4:00pm, and arrived back safely on Monday 14 October 2013 at 5:00am. Both staff and students enjoyed and experienced the beautiful sites and...

Year 10 Samoan Cultural Presentations

FA’AFETAI LAVA, MALO LE LAGOLAGOSUA, FA’AMALO LE TAPUA’I   A big thank you to parents and families who supported our Year 10 Samoan Presentations. It was another 2 days of successful presentations from students, who overcame their fears and prepared well for this day.   Thank you...

Mangere College Karen Culture Group

The Karen Culture Group is made up of students from the Karen people who are from part of Burma or from refugee camps in Thailand.  There are also other students who were interested in learning the Karen dances.  The group performed at a rest home, at school, at refugee days and at a refugee symposium. Ta...

New Caledonian Visit 2012

Once again Mangere College hosted a very enjoyable and successful visit for our friends from Canala College in New Caledonia.  This was a very special visit as it celebrated the 20th anniversary of the link between our two colleges.  The college received a special piece of art work created to mark the...

Samoan Cultural Assessment

Mangere College Year 10 Samoan Language classes will be having their assessment on a Samoan cultural aspect. This year your child, as part of the Year 10 Samoan class, should be able to demonstrate how to: Food Presentation / Folafola Mea’ai OR the Sua Presentation / Folafola se  Sua The students have been...