Nau mai, Haere mai

Welcome to Northland School

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

Tū mai Te Ahūmairangi, tū mai hoki tātou

As Te Ahūmairangi stands, we also reach for great heights

 


 

 

Parent Portal

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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.

Board News

Board members welcome questions or comments from the school community, and can be contacted at home. Their personal contact details are available from the school office or you can contact them by email as listed in the Our People/Board of Trustees tab.

2016 Community Survey
2016 Annual Report
Northland School Charter 2017
2016 Nat Stds Results
2017 PAT Results

Home and School News

The Home and School Committee sells Hell Pizzas for $5.50 for lunch on the first Thursday of the month.  In 2018 Pizza Thursdays commence on 1 March. Orders need to be with the school office by 3.00pm Wednesday 28 February.

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

Pizza Thursday

The first pizza Thursday for 2018 will be on 1 March.  Pizzas cost $5.50 each and order forms can be downloaded below.  Orders need to be with the school office by 3.00pm, Wednesday 28 February.  We regret that we are unable to accept late orders.

Sausage Sizzle for Tonga

We are fundraising to support our sister school and village in Tonga that was badly damaged by a recent cyclone.  We are holding a sausage sizzle on Wednesday 7 March.  Orders forms can be downloaded below and need to be returned by Thursday 1 March.


Forms to Download

Sushi Lunch Information
Pizza Order Form
Sausage Sizzle for Tonga Form

Quality of the Week

Cooperation / Mahi tahi

Cooperation is working together for the good of everyone. It is a willingness to respect others and to follow rules which keep everyone safe and happy. Cooperation is being helpful to one another, sharing the load. It is joining others in order to do something that cannot be done alone.

Read more about our Qualities Programme.

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