Manaia View School 

Technology Centre

Welcome to the Manaia View Technology Centre website. Currently Year 7 & 8 students from ten schools in and around Whangarei attend the centre for their Technology.

This website allows us to share and celebrate learning of our students across the different Technological areas. We also have important information for schools, parents and the bus company under the INFORMATION tab.

Sheryl Haines

Technology Centre Leader 

Email: 

Centre Leader:  Sheryl Haines

Resistant Materials:  

Zane Cooper (LTR 2024)  

Creative Design:  Daniel Watts 

Textiles: Marija Walker (LTR 2024)

Phone:  09 4389041      

Address:    

64 Murdoch Cres, Raumanga, Whangarei

Postal: PO Box 6096, Otaika, Whangarei 0147     

Many thanks to Pub Charities for their grant of $2,843. This grant money was used to purchase a new Table Saw for the Resistant Materials room. 

Many thanks to Whangarei Sunrise Rotary Club and Ray White 'We Can Help with That' for their $500 donations towards the cost of student food bags.

Tāku Pūtea kai: Y8

Year 8 students from Manaia View, Te Kura o Otangarei and Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Rāwhitiroa have the opportunity to participate in the Tāku Pūtea Kai (Food Bag) project again this year. Students will design sustainable food bags for their whānau. Tasks include students analysing surveys; researching, testing and trialing recipes; seeking feedback from their peers; making changes to recipes; creating flowcharts and budgeting. This exciting process supports each team of students to make a final decision of the final recipe for their food bags.  

Two key focuses students learnt about are Sustainability, and the benefits of eating fruits and vegetables of different colours. Recipes need to be able to be made without meat and include fruits and vegetables that are in season. 

This project is not possible if it was not for:

Whangarei Sunrise Rotary Club - a tremendous round of thanks goes to this club, not only for their financial support, but towards assisting with manpower on the day when bags are assembled. 

Ray White - for their "We Can Help With That" donation. This financial support covers the costs for each food bag.

Countdown, Tikipunga - for their donation of sustainable 'Bags for Good'

Whangarei District Council - for their donation of sustainable 'Love it Here' bags 

Technology Centre Values:

Aroha, Tumanako, Manaakitanga, Whakapono, Tautoko

Love, Trust, Respect, Honesty, Support

Technology Centre Vision:

To provide a welcoming, friendly and inclusive environment that engages students in meaningful and practical challenges.