General Information

School Hours
Start: 8.45am
Interval: 10.40am - 11.00am
Lunch: 12.30pm - 1.10pm
School Finishes: 2.30pm


The office should be notified of all students' absences by either phoning 315-6362, phone or text 027-332-1673 or leaving a message on our Facebook page: or by email:


These are available daily for purchase. 
Ham & Cheese or Meat Lovers Toasties - $3.00
Large Pies - $3.00
Standard Pizza/Hot Dog - $2.50
Chocolate Muffin - $1.50
Vege Chips/Primo - $2.00
Juice - $1.00 

Sausage Roll - $1.50

Small Pies - $1.80

Newsletters are distributed every Thursday or can be downloaded from this website.

Whānau Accounts
Families have the option of setting up a credit account for all school expenses. Contact the office for further details.

SWiS (Social Worker in Schools)
Every Monday and Tuesday. To access the services of our SWiS, please contact Craig McDonald (Deputy Principal) who oversees this service.

Fruit in Schools 
Fruit in schools has been developed by an interagency group that includes representatives from the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Education, SPARC, Schools Principals' Federation, New Zealand School Trustees' Association, Health Research Council, Health Promoting Schools, School Support Services, the National Heart Foundation of New Zealand, the New Zealand Cancer Society and Health Boards. Fruit in Schools aims to enhance student learning through promoting the wellbeing of the school community with particular focus on: 
- Healthy Eating
- Physical Activity
- Being Sun Smart
- Being Smoke-free

Fruit in Schools Objectives;
- Children in participating school communities eating more fruit.
- More school communities promoting health through a whole school approach.
- Increasing awareness and implementation of policies and practices that encourage healthy eating, physical activity and being smoke free

Milk in Schools
From the farm to the class, Fonterra Farmers across the country are working together to bring healthy, nutritious milk to kids across New Zealand through Fonterra Milk for Schools. It's free, and it's for all Kiwi kids in any primary school that would like to take part. Milk in Schools is provided four days per week in our classrooms for all students.

KidsCan currently support 485 schools throughout New Zealand. Our tangible programmes, Food for Kids, Shoes for Kids, Raincoats for Kids and Health for Kids concentrate on giving the basics directly to the children in need in partnership with the schools they attend.

Road Patrol
Our road patrollers are patrolling the Church Street and St John Street crossings from 8.15am - 8.30am and 2.20pm - 2.40pm.

BOT Meetings 
Held 3rd Thursday of every month, 5.30pm in the school staffroom.

Audited Accounts 2017