Manaiakalani is an educational programme that aims to improve student achievement outcomes for learners in schools in the suburbs of Glen Innes, Pt England and Panmure.

Find out more information about the Manaiakalani programme

Manaiakalani Website

Specific goals established by Manaiakalani:

  • develop the personal voice of each child
  • develop an authentic audience
  • deliver 21st Century Education to 21st Century Learners
  • raise student achievement outcomes
  • have participants who are confident, connected, actively involved life-long learners
  • develop the employable skill level of its student population

Learn, Create, Share

Our pedagogy ‘Learn, Create, Share’ puts our young people at the very centre of their learning.

Teaching and learning is clearly the umbrella mechanism to activate and sustain the pedagogy, which is essential for learning, whānau engagement and device readiness.

There is an expectation that participants will constantly reflect on how well they are doing in relation to the Learn Create Share pedagogy.

This pedagogy drives toward visible and ubiquitous learning, strong learner agency and connectedness to grow knowledge.

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Learn, Create, Share

Check out some of our films students from GBS made for the Manaiakalani Film Festival!

If you want to see more videos created by GBS students for the 2018 Manaiakalani Film Festival you can visit our class blogs or click here

GBS_Kyee_Dear Me.mp4
GBS_Ripata_My new school Glenbrae.mp4

GBS 2019 FILM FESTIVAL

Ant & The Grasshoppers.mp4

Room 1 - Mrs Ripata

Saving the Planet.mp4

Room 5 - Ms Kyee

Glenbrae School Camp 2019.mp4

Room 7 - Mrs Tofa

Glenbrae's Got Talent.mp4

Room 4 - Mrs Naidu

Richness in Diversity.mp4

Room 10 - Mr Nath

Try Not To React.mp4

Room 9 - Miss Smith