"Ka mahitahi ai tātou kia anga whakamua"
"Working together moving forward"

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Mission Statement
Ko te mahitahi tātou kia anga whakamua


Vision : Kei te kura 

– There are high expectations for tamariki to achieve academically 

– There are high expectations for tamariki to behave properly 

– Cultural identity is valued and celebrated 

– All members of the school community are respected 

Beliefs : Ngā whakapono 

– Teaching is culturally linked and relevant 

– Teaching involves reflection and continuous improvement through professional learning – Positive whānau and community support and participation enhance student progress – All members of the school community are entitled to enjoy a safe learning environment 

Values for learning : Ngā ūara 

– Whānaungātanga: Building and maintaining positive relationships  

– Ahuatanga akō: Being a lifelong learner 

– Rangatiratanga: Empowering leaders

Latest Notifications

School Reports and Parent/Teacher kōrero

Tue Aug 02 03:15pm

Tēnā rā tātou katoa, he pānui tēnei, ka tukua e mātou ngā rīpoata i waenga i te tau nei. Ka puare anō te whārangi hei whakarite te kōrerotahi ō ngā kaiakō me ngā mātua.

Notice: Your child will be given their mid-year report to bring home tonight. We have also opened up the parent/teacher kōrero booking site we used earlier this year. Here is the link.


There are the same incentive prizes for those booking online for two lucky winners drawn by Whaea Joy Williams.


Board of Trustees’ election information

Tue Jul 26 10:27am


School closed Tuesday July 26th

Mon Jul 25 04:38pm

Tena ra tatou, Given the recent weather the buses will not be running tomorrow and so school will be closed Tuesday 26th of July. We apologise for the inconvenience. It is hoped this panui will allow everyone to stay home and stay safe. Hopefully school will resume Wednesday and we will update you tomorrow.

Nga mihi

Event dates for parents

Fri Jul 22 08:45pm

Tēnā koutou e te whānau, he mihi o te wā mākū me te kōpeke ki a tātou. Term 3 starts on Monday 25th of July, and the dates for events planned for this term are attached. We’ll send a paper copy home on Monday.

Please note that the students and staff will be wearing masks for weeks 1 to 4 of this term as recommended by the ministry of education today. The school will provide masks, so there is no need to purchase your own. Looking forward to a busy term 3.

A tōna wā a te Rāhina.




Latest ERO Report

School Charter

Our Vision

Latest ERO Report

School Charter

Our Vision