The Harakeke Cluster is made up of five amazing teachers, who together are leading this new and exciting initiative at our school. Although the there are four rooms within our cluster we work together as one unit, meaning that students are taught by all five teachers on a regular basis.
The name Harakeke was chosen by the students. They felt it represented a group working together with the older students looking after the younger ones and, when weaved together, the individual leaves become stronger than they are alone. This shows what we strive for as our cluster - we want for everyone involved to be strong, interweaved, life long learners.