Kia ora, talofa lava, mālō e lelei, kia orana, namaste, chao, fakalofa lahi atu, assalaam-wa-alikum and greetings.

Mangere College is a school at the heart of its community. The board and staff celebrate the school’s multicultural composition. In particular, the school acknowledges the significant pasifika student community, and staff emphasise a strong sense of whanau, aiga and family within the college.

Contact Us

Address: 23 Bader Drive, Mangere, Auckland (click for map )

Mail: PO Box 43-240 Mangere

Phone: 09-275 4029

Fax: 09-275 5275

E-Mail: enquiries@mangere.school.nz

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‘Effectively’ Band – SUSO 2017

Posted by on Aug 14, 2017 in Music | Comments Off on ‘Effectively’ Band – SUSO 2017

The Mangere College Music Department is pleased to announce the involvement of the band ‘Effectively’ in this years Stand Up, Stand Out 2017 competition. The band performed in front of a wonderful audience at the Otara Music and Arts Centre today where they performed a cover of Six60’s – Forever. Band members, (left to right) – Mele Palenapa, Criss Papau, Taua Tavioni, Joeta Fuimaono, Nicholas Ingram and Isaak...

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Mangere College Gospel Band

Posted by on Jun 26, 2017 in Music | Comments Off on Mangere College Gospel Band

21/06/17 Mangere College Gospel Band The Mangere College Gospel Band performed for the first time at the annual Mangere College Performing Arts night to a wonderful crowd in the college’s auditorium. The band has been rehearsing gospel songs including, Chasing Me Down and In Jesus Name by Israel Houghton, the latter of which they performed on the night. Band director Mr. Pearson and the Performing Arts Department look forward to their ongoing development and success for future...

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Google Classroom in Action

Posted by on Nov 11, 2016 in Music | Comments Off on Google Classroom in Action

A group of year 9 music students working online, through google classroom.   Teachers have developed tasks through google classroom to enable students to see results as they finish their tasks, rather than having to wait to find out their results. Students are encouraged to explore these tasks at home to further develop the skills and knowledge they already have attained in the classroom. Students can also ask for clarification of tasks or ask about class activities to have a greater understanding of what they are being asked. This enables students to take ownership of their learning and keeps record of their efforts, progress over time and helps teachers see their areas of greatest need. This is one of the many tools available to students at Mangere College and both staff and students are excited to see the learning environment adapt and improve.  ...

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Music Performances – Prize Givings

Posted by on Nov 3, 2016 in Music | Comments Off on Music Performances – Prize Givings

The following video is of Junior, Criss and Mary at the year 11 and 12 prize giving, 2016. The following video is of Junior (Piano), Mary, Criss and Clarence at Mohan Patels farewell assembly, 2016.  

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Kristin School Biannual Exchange Term 4

Posted by on Oct 20, 2016 in Music | Comments Off on Kristin School Biannual Exchange Term 4

The Kristin School and Mangere College Music Exchange was another great success with selected music students from both schools participating. The students worked together well, rehearsing, learning new music together and within two hours presented a special performance in Kristin Schools outdoor octagon. This is the third year of the exchange which has seen new and old friendships continue to develop. The students found inspiration in each other’s talents and shared new approaches to performance practice which was fantastic to see. Mr Opeloge Ah Sam (Kristin College), Mr Pearson (Mangere College). The students involved were: Tearataua Tavioni, Criss Papau, Mary A Va’afai, Sasa Lelenoa, Joeta Taituave Fuimaono and Tonga...

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Music APO Concert – Auckland Town Hall

Posted by on Sep 12, 2016 in Music | Comments Off on Music APO Concert – Auckland Town Hall

On Thursday 8th September, a group of Year 10 Music students took the opportunity to attend a Connecting with Music concert hosted by the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra (APO) at Auckland Town Hall. It was presented by the renowned music educator, Richard Gill, who analysed and explored Dvořák’s Eighth Symphony. They were fortunate enough to have front row seats and were taken on a musical journey of exploration by the APO in all their glory. Gill’s narration and teachings captivated our students’ minds and provided much inspiration and ideas for when they come to compose and devise their own music. This was the 2nd of 2 specialised concerts these students attended at this wonderful venue in the heart of the city. Many thanks go to the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra for offering and facilitating this fantastic opportunity for our young people to further their wider Music Listening and experience such a prestigious live performance event. The material discussed and performed relates to the Level 1 external standard which they will study in Year 11...

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Parent/Student/Teacher Meeting – 8 & 9 September 2016

Posted by on Sep 6, 2016 in Art | Comments Off on Parent/Student/Teacher Meeting – 8 & 9 September 2016

We are holding our Parent/Student/Teacher meetings on Thursday and Friday this week.   On Thursday 8 September the school will finish at 1:30pm to allow the meetings to begin at 3pm, and students will only need to attend school on Friday 9 September at the times of their PST...

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NEW Mangere College Facebook page

Posted by on Aug 24, 2016 in Events | Comments Off on NEW Mangere College Facebook page

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MC Performing Arts Night – 1/6/16 – 5pm

Posted by on May 27, 2016 in Music | Comments Off on MC Performing Arts Night – 1/6/16 – 5pm

The Mangere College Dance and Music Departments would like to welcome students, friends and whanau to join us on Wednesday the 1st of June at 5pm for our first Performing Arts Night of 2016. There will be hot drinks and biscuits available to whanau to enjoy and entry is free. All students performing will be working towards gaining their NCEA credits so we ask that the audience remains quiet during the performance and to please hold their applause until the end. Many thanks for your ongoing support of our ākonga....

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Visiting Author – Daryl Brougham

Posted by on May 23, 2016 in Art | Comments Off on Visiting Author – Daryl Brougham

We were honored to have Daryl Brougham, author of the book “Through the eyes of a foster child” visit our library on 11th May, 2016.  Our students were amazed and captivated as he retold his...

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