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Positive and respectful relationships contribute to the school’s settled atmosphere for numeracy teaching and learning. All classrooms are attractive, functional and well-organised learning environments.

Students benefit from an organised approach to numeracy teaching and learning, including a consistent school-wide delivery style and well-established routines.

Students have a wide range of opportunities to assume meaningful leadership roles that enhance their citizenship skills and build their self esteem. The school’s charter expresses a shared vision, high expectations for all and a positive working climate, which is evidenced by the school’s core beliefs of appropriate behaviour and positive attitudes and values.

A strong family, student and school partnership is fostered through open communication and the many opportunities for parents to be involved in the life of the school. Read more.


Important Announcements

24-25 September -  Karanga O Rangatahi Festival

 
Term 4 - Year 8 Camps

30 August 2013: Prime Minister John Key visits Te Puke Intermediate. See photos here.