This ambitious model of education is designed to offer Maori and Pasifika tamariki and rangatahi a holistic and quality education in a deliberately academic environment. Alongside the academic curriculum the School delivers a Tripartite Education Programme, at all year levels. This transformational curriculum offers the School’s students spiritual, social, emotional and character development as well as leadership training, entrepreneurial training and financial literacy.
Note: The main sectors, activities and beneficiaries are bolded.
Provides services (e.g. care / counselling)
Sponsors / undertakes research, Acts as an umbrella / resource body, Provides advice / information / advocacy, Provides human resources (e.g. staff / volunteers), Provides religious services / activities
Education / training / research
Health, Community development, Social services, Employment, Religious activities, Sport / recreation, Fund-raising, People with disabilities, Promotion of volunteering
Children / young people
Other charities, Voluntary bodies other than charities, People with disabilities, People of a certain ethnic / racial origin, General public, Family / whanau, Religious groups
Destiny School Trust sought registration for Destiny School, as a Private coeducational facility, in 2002.
The Destiny School Trustees form the Board of Governors. This body oversees the schools educational obligations to the ministry, the financial running of the school and the special character.
The Destiny Board supports the Management and Staff with the day to day running of the school, networking with other schools and liaising with the parent community.
Annual Returns are due within 6 months of a charity’s balance date (financial year-end), or a longer period if an extension has been granted.
Here is a list of all the details changed by the charity, for example adding or removing officers, amending rules, changing balance dates or updating address details.