The MAGS Rūnanga is a strategic committee comprised of specific staff, ahi kā/local iwi representatives, and elected whānau and student representatives. The Rūnanga will perform key tasks in the following areas:
a) Establish relationships with the Māori school community and bring to light issues relating to Māori education.
b) Bring to MAGS the voice of the Māori school community.
c) Increase engagement with the Māori school community with an emphasis on bringing the community into the life of MAGS.
d) Work together in the interests of increasing Māori achievement at MAGS across all levels.
e) Work with the Māori School community to support Māori initiatives that will increase opportunities for success and excellence for Māori students.
f) Support the Board of Trustees in advising the Māori school community of MAGS’ strategic aspirations pertaining to Māori.
g) Make recommendations via the Board of Trustees representative for Māori, on policy development and strategic directions relevant to Māori at MAGS as part of the annual strategic planning cycle.
Te Tiriti o Waitangi:
h) Make recommendations via the Board of Trustees representative for Māori, advice pertaining to Mount Albert Grammar’s Treaty of Waitangi obligations.