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Welcome to Northland School

Working together to develop 21st century learners in a stimulating and collaborative learning community.

Our Web Team

Our student Web Team reports on news and events from around the school involving our students.  The Years 3 to 8 students write their own reports and take their own photographs. 

Read their work in Our Students.

Student Art Gallery

Visit our Student Art Gallery to see some art produced by children from teams around the school...


Click here to view Northland School videos.

Board News

2014 Community Survey
2014 Annual Report
2014 Financial Report
Northland School Charter 2015
2015 PAT Results

Home and School News

Pizza Lunches

The next pizza lunch will be on Thursday 6 August.

Community Emergency Response Plan

Click here to access the Northland Community's emergency response plan developed with assistance from the Wellington Emergency Management Office.

Latest News

Open and Honest Information Evening

As part of our Sexuality Road programme the school is considering organising a programme called Open and Honest for parents of children in Years 5 - 8. This is a support programme for parents to learn information and techniques to support their child with developing the attitudes, skills and behaviours to become healthy, happy and responsible adults. For further information click here. This information evening would be held on Tuesday 25 August. If you would be interested in attending this information evening please contact Jane Batchelor by Friday 7 August.

Swimming Sports - Years 3 - 8
The swimming sports will be held on Thursday 6 August at the Karori Swimming Pool from 10.00am to midday.  Parents and caregivers are invited to attend.

Forms to Download

T-Shirt Info & Order Form
Subway Lunch Order form
Sushi Lunch Information
Hell Pizza Order Form


Click on the logo below to access Northland School's Schoolgen webpage.

Quality of the Week

Respect / Whakaute

Respect is an attitude of caring about people and treating them with dignity.  Respect is valuing ourselves and others.  We show respect by speaking and acting with courtesy.  When we are respectful we treat others as we want to be treated.  Respect includes honouring the rules of our family or school, which make life more orderly and peaceful.  It is knowing that every man, woman and child deserves respect, including you.

Read more about our Qualities Programme.

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