Te Ao Maori
We value the ongoing support of Ngati Whatua o Kaipara and Whiti te ra o Reweti Marae who strengthen the foundations of our school and help us maintain local tikanga.
Our students participate in Te Reo Maori and Kapa Haka sessions with Arohanoa Christian School.
Our Kapa Haka group performs during ceremonies, local events and cultural performances.
We are fortunate to be situated on the edge of Woodhill Forest and value our local community and whānau relationships.
This year we planted 2,000 native trees in the forest. These special trees will be used for cultural purposes. Our tamariki are looking forward to caring for these trees and sharing them with generations to come. We took great pride in helping to provide this legacy for the future.