School Information

" It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."


Term Dates 2021

Term 1 - Tuesday 2nd February until Friday 16th April
Term 2 - Monday 3rd May until Friday 9th July
Term 3 - Monday 26th July until Friday 1st October
Term 4 - Monday 18th October until Wednesday 15th December

Term Dates 2022

Term 1 - Tuesday 1st February until Thursday 14th April
Term 2 - Monday 2nd May until Friday 8th July
Term 3 - Monday 25th July until Friday 30th September
Term 4 - Monday 17th October until Wednesday 14th December 

School Hours

8:30 School Grounds Open, Office Attended
9:00 School Begins
11:00 Morning Break
11:20 School resumes
12:30 Lunch Break
1:25 Afternoon Programme
3:00 School Finishes

School Bus

There are two buses which service our school. The Blue Bus runs west to Georgetown and the Yellow Bus which runs east to Pukeuri and surrounding areas. Children must follow the bus rules.
To find out if your child is eligible for the bus please contact the school office.

Yellow Bus Driver: Robert Greene
Blue Bus Driver: Steve Laing


Assembly is held most Fridays in the school Hub at 2.40pm. All whanau and friends are welcome to join us.
This is a chance for each class to share their work or perform an item.
Certificates are awarded from each class teacher for achievement , effort, improvement or exceptional acts of responsibility. 

Parent Helpers

Throughout the year we often ask for help with various school activities, and we very much appreciate the help we receive. Some of these activities include helping in the classroom, assisting with EOTC (Education Outside the Classroom), sports, coaching, transport, swimming instruction and many other areas.
There are many opportunities for families to be involved in our school. If you would like to help please talk to your child's teacher or the Principal.

Information Booklet

Please look at our school booklet by opening the file below for more information

Reporting to Parents

We are committed to a team approach to education and endeavor to keep parents well-informed as to their child's achievement. A summary of progress is sent home in week 12, 24 and 36 of the year. This also states what the next steps are for your child and gives an indication of your child's attitude and work habits. This record forms the basis of the school's official reporting programme.
At the end of the year a summarised account of your child's progress and achievements will be completed. If you require more than one copy please let the secretary know.
Parent/Teacher interviews are early in term two each year, but teachers are available at any stage of the year to discuss your child's progress. For such meetings it is helpful to arrange a time out of school hours when the teacher can have the necessary information available, and give you his/her undivided attention.