Photo Order Forms

Kia ora Everyone, the forms for the photo orders have been given out.  Please ensure that you complete the section at the top of the form that asks for your child's name, their hub and their teacher. The small photo that is on the form must be returned as well.  This has a unique code on it which identifies your student.
Photo order forms can be handed in at the office - there is a box on the front desk for them.
The closing date for handing the forms back in is Wednesday 16th June.  No late orders will be accepted.

Nga mihi

Learning Conferences – After School Supervision

Learning Conferences - After School Supervision

Dear Parents/Caregivers, As indicated in the latest newsletter the learning conferences are happening on Monday 12th April and Wednesday 14th of April.  School will close at 2pm on both of these days.  If you require your child to be supervised from 2 - 3pm on either or both of these days, please contact Jacky at the office, 3371404 or

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PTA Update 23rd February 2021

Welcome to 2021.

It was great to see so many people at the picnic the other day – for once the weather was on our side 😊 Hopefully we can make this a regular event and get the whole school and their families on the field! 

Our first PTA meeting in Wednesday 24th of February at 7:30 in the Green Room just off the hall. We would love to see some new faces there! 

Who are we?

The PTA committee is a small group of parents who want to support the school and strengthen our school community. You don’t have to come to every meeting to be a member and you certainly don’t even have to be a member to help if we put a call out! 

What do we do?

We meet up every month during the school term for about a 1.5 hour meeting. Its a good chance to connect with other parents and hear what is happening at school.

Events we run include: the disco, the welcome morning teas and some key fundraising events like the Readathon, Calendar Art and some kind of fun evening event. We quietly organise support for families when they need it, for example a serious medical diagnosis. We also run the uniform room. 

What do we do with the money we raise?

Every year we make a $10,000 donation to school for the bus trips that all the students go on at the end of the year. Last year we also funded new sports uniforms and contributed to the purchase of software for home learning. Other years we bought the sound system for sports days and a gazebo to keep the children dry at events. If we didn’t raise the money children would miss out, or our school fees would be higher as these extras are not funded by the Ministry of Education.

Please don’t be shy, come and join us – its a lot of fun, we usually have excellent sweet treats to munch on and the chat is great! 

See you soon