Homai Campus School and Residential Services in Auckland
The Homai Campus School is a specialist school for children and young people who are blind, deafblind or have low vision, including those with additional disabilities. Each learner has an individual educational plan with the BLENNZ Curriculum as the focus for learning.
The Homai Campus School is a specialist school for children and young people who are blind, deaf blind or have low vision, including those with additional disabilities. Each learner has an individual educational plan with the BLENNZ Curriculum as the focus for learning.
The James Cook Satellite Class is located at the James Cook High School, 5 minutes drive from the BLENNZ Homai Campus School. The blind and low vision students work on a varied and individualized programme and are taught by two teachers and supported by two teacher aides. The students work in mainstream classes, satellite group learning activities and intensive one to one instruction.
The Transition Pathway Programme provides an opportunity for young adults who are blind or low vision to make the transition to tertiary, the workplace or independent living. BLENNZ staff – including Resource Teachers Vision, Residential Youth Workers and support staff work closely with the students to support the development of individual goals and achievement.
Homai Residential Services provides residential placements for ākonga who are blind or have low vision and attend the Homai Campus School (including the satellite class at James Cook High School) or The Manurewa High School. Homai Residential Services provide residential accommodation for students in Nikau Hostel to support their best educational placement.