Student Life

Manutaki | Student Leaders


Our Manukura/Head Girl for 2022 is Te Ao Marama Nepia.

Te Ao Marama will be supported by her Manutāiko/Deputy Head Girl, Lava Tikeri, and the Manutaki Rūnanga Ākonga/Head of School Council, Molly Glover, along with the rest of the Manutaki team.

Tēnā koutou katoa. Tēnei a Te Ao Mārama Nepia e mihi atu ki a koutou katoa.
I am honored to be the Manukura, Head Girl, for 2022. I am a girl who believes that everyone has the power to create their dream reality. Born and raised with help from a village. It is my great pleasure to be in the position where I have a talented group of manutaki behind me to lead a school of strong individuals. I was brought up on the saying “It is about the collective rather than the individual”. Our mission is to leave behind a legacy for the next generation. I want to encourage students to illuminate their world in whatever way they wish. I acknowledge everyone in our kura and community, and I thank you for supporting us.
Nāku noa,
Te Ao Mārama Nepia

Talofa lava

O lo’u igoa o Fa’alelavalefaasamoa mai le afioaga o Satuimalufilufi ma Auala I Samoa. E muamua pea ona si’i le fa’afetai ile atua aua lona alofa ua mafai ai e tatou ona aulia mai lenei tausaga fa’alea’oa’oga.
Warm greetings, my name is Fa’alelavalefa’asamoa and I am honoured to serve as your Deputy head Girl for 2022.  I strongly believe in the sisterhood within MGC and the positive outcomes that comes from the connection between our students. I hope to continue to enhance this connection and help lead our aoga or school as we continue our march with courage and conviction for 2022. This is a year of opportunity and prosperity and I hope to help make 2022 one of the best years at college for you . If I could give an advice, it would be to make the most of the opportunities here at Marlborough Girls College.Join new and different groups to serve our school community and have fun. As important as it is to focus on your academic goals and ambitions, it is equally important to take the time to prioritise your own needs, to seize every moment and make good memories with the girls around you.
Ole ala ile pule  ole tautua
The pathway to leadership is service

Kia Ora!

My name is Molly Glover and I have the privilege of leading the Marlborough Girls College Student Council for 2022. With my role as Manutaki Rūnanga Ākonga along with my fantastic Student Council, we aim to support all students at MGC, by giving them the opportunity to to voice their interests and concerns to the school-wide community. 

Throughout 2022 the student council will be continuing on some initiatives from past years, including ‘Breakfast Hub’, ‘Sanitary products in bathrooms’, and are also looking to bringing back the ‘Workshop Wednesday’ opportunity. Along side these initiatives, we aim to create some more projects and events throughout the year that will help create a space that students are looking forward to being involved in. 

I’m very excited for this year and what is to come!


Meet Our Manutaki Team

2022 Manutaki

  • Mele Moli

    Manutaki Pasifika
  • Holly Feltham
    Mya Wiapo

    Manutaki Hākinakina | Sport
  • Amelia Robertson

    Manutaki Taiao | Environmental
  • Honey Dewhurst
    Daisy Vavasour

    Manutaki Toi | Arts
  • Natasha Henderson
    Freya Thompson

    Manutaki Hauora | Wellbeing
  • Vivi Louisiale
    Siobhan Keay

    Manutaki Ako | Teaching & Learning
  • Arlie Bates

    Manutaki Māori
  • Avpreet Bal

    Manutaki Tāwāhi | International
  • Chloe Faulls
    Lauren Perano
    Jennvill Tobwara
    Kirsten David

    Manutaki Kaiwhakahau Kaupaopa | Events & Promotions
  • Lucy Harris
    Grace Hodges

    Manutaki Hangarau | Digital
  • Greta Marshall
    Kessia Neal

    Manutaki Kaiārahi | Stars

2022 House

  • Liv Mathews

    Manutaki Awatere
  • Jennifer Mattison

    Manutaki Kaituna
  • Alice Paterson

    Manutaki Ōpaoa
  • Fiaalii Solomona

    Manutaki Wairau