National college inducts anau leaders

Saturday 20 February 2021 | Written by Rashneel Kumar | Published in Education, National

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National college inducts anau leaders
The senior leaders – from left, deputy head girl Eleanor Wichman, head girl Teagan Taripo, head boy Vaipo Mataora and deputy head boy Luke Areai. (KELEPI TEULILO/KIA TOA)/21021939

Twenty-four Tereora College students were inducted as anau leaders at an investiture ceremony yesterday.

Vaipo Mataora and Teagan Taripo were yesterday inducted as the head boy and head girl, respectively, of Tereora College.

They will be supported by deputy head girl Eleanor Wichman and deputy head boy Luke Areai.

The investiture ceremony attended by parents and other family members of the inductees saw 24 students inducted as anau leaders.

There are four anau – Te Manga, Maungaroa, Ikurangi and Te Kou.


Deputy head girl Eleanor Wichman and deputy head boy Luke Areai. (KELEPI TEULILO/KIA TOA)/21021935

Te Manga Anau Leaders – Charlene Akaruru, Marenga Charlie, Tuira Enoka, Temaruata Tearaitoa, Francis Terepo, Aaron Simpson.

Maungaroa Anau Leaders – Kaia Dearlove, Tutai Herman, Trina Karaponga, Gabriel Tarau, Maevarua Trego, Teika Viniki.

Ikurangi Anau Leaders – Anthony Apera, Luke Areai, Ruth Kareroa, Teagan Taripo, Annie Taufahema, Revan Tuaputa.

Te Kou Anau Leaders – Vaipo Mataora, Alphy Ngire, Mario Robati, Yvette Turua, Eleanor Wichman, Michael Schuster.


Back – Charlene Akaruru, Aaron Simpson, Temaruaata Teraitoa. Front – Marenga Charlie, Adrian Hopwood, Tuira Enoka, Francis Terepo. (KELEPI TEULILO/KIA TOA)/21021932

Tereora College principal Tania Morgan said: “Proud of our student body, along with proud families as we celebrated and inducted 24 of our young and upcoming leaders.”

“Our anau leaders are wanting to work together to ensure that the relationships between all three parts of our vaka are strengthened (our Tu Oe, our kiato and our Ama), and that we together are working towards developing the individual talents of each student at Tereora College.”

Photos Kelepi Teulilo/Kia Toa.

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