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InZone Girls
Our InZone girl's  Te Kainga Huarahi opened at the beginning of  2015 in the zone of Epsom Girls Grammar School. The hostel  was inaugurated with the InZone Girls Pōwhiri.  The event was a great success, with over 300 people attending and contributing to the event’s significance.  Key guests included parliamentarians from both Government and the Opposition, Principal Madeline Gunn from EGGS, and Kaumātua and Kuia from Ngāti Whātua.
Establishing InZone Girls took alot of hard work from an army of volunteers.  We are extremely grateful to all those who have supported us along the way.

For the first two years of operation, the InZone Girls Te Kāinga Huarahi  was housed in a beautiful villa close to Epsom Girls Grammar School. It was a home away from home for 17 Māori and Pacific Island girls. 
In 2017, InZone girls moved to a new and larger hostel, which houses 22 girls with the capacity for 30 girls. The new hostel belongs to the United Maori Mission and holds great significance for us as it is the very hostel at which InZone boys first started.
For information regarding applications for the InZone Girls kainga please email info@inzoneeducation.org.nz.


10 Lovelock Avenue, Mt Eden, Auckland 1024

INZONE GIRLS TE KĀINGA HUARAHI

The InZone Girls Te Kāinga Huarahi provides: 
  • Support for students’ academic and educational aspirations, including study programmes
  • Tutoring and mentorship tailored to the learning of Māori and Pacific Island students
  • Careers advice and goal settingSports, cultural, and life skills programmes
  • Inspirational visiting speakers
  • Parental involvement
  • A whanau-type living environment
  • Extra opportunities for social, spiritual and personal developmentInter-denominational Christian pastoral care
  • Quality care, supervision and a safe and secure environment

EPSOM GIRLS GRAMMAR

Epsom Girls Grammar School (EGGS) is a leading New Zealand public secondary school, located in the centre of Epsom, Auckland.  EGGS has been supporting the education of young women since 1917 and has historically had a vibrant multicultural student base.
The InZone Education Foundation specifically sought a relationship with EGGS because the school shares many of the same core values underpinning the InZone vision.  At EGGS, achievement is fostered in academic, sporting and cultural spheres and EGGS girls distinguish themselves annually in all these areas on a local, national and international level. 
Moreover, developing leadership is an important issue for EGGS.  The school proudly celebrated its centenary in April this year, it can boast a formative influence in many New Zealand leaders who have already influenced our country, in addition to more who are still emerging.