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Two partnership schools have been proposed for the Eastern Bay of Plenty. The Partnership Schools Authorisation Broard has released further information about the parties who have applied to establish partnership schools, or kura hourua, to open in 2017. The latest application round, which closed on October 30, includes an application from Te Waii Uu Whanau Trust, wanting to establish a year 1 to 13-plus school in Waimana.

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Partnership schools proposed
10 November 2015

Two partnership schools have been proposed for the Eastern Bay of Plenty. The Partnership Schools Authorisation Broard has released further information about the parties who have applied to establish partnership schools, or kura hourua, to open in 2017. The latest application round, which closed on October 30, includes an application from Te Waii Uu Whanau Trust, wanting to establish a year 1 to 13-plus school in Waimana.

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