Inclusive Education & Learning Support

Inclusive education means all children and young people are engaged and achieve through being present, participating, learning and belonging. At Hukanui this means all learners are welcomed and are supported to play, learn, contribute and participate in all aspects of life.

Children learn best when they:

  • feel accepted

  • enjoy positive relationships with their fellow learners and teachers

  • are able to be active, visible members of the learning community.

Te Tiriti o Waitangi principles, and inclusive learning communities do the right thing by learners and communities (tika), with integrity (pono) and with care and sincerity (aroha).

At Hukanui School there are three teachers who work in this area alongside teachers, families/whānau and specialist agencies. These teachers' details are listed below.

Susan Johnson

Deputy Principal, Learning Support & Pastoral Care

Olivia Waugh

Learning Support Coordinator

Helen French

Learning Support & ORS Teacher

Please contact our team if you have questions or wonderings about your child:

  • Transitioning from Kindy to school, or from their old school to our school

  • Learning

  • Behaviour

  • Physical disability

  • They have a diagnosed condition

  • You think they may have a condition that needs support

  • You have questions and would like to talk to someone

Link to inclusive guides

Link to information about Students with Learning Support needs

Link to slide - Transitioning students from one class to the next