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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

3 September: Year 6 Open Night   7.00pm Performing Arts Centre.
 
7 September - 12 September  NZ AIM's Games
30 August 2013: Prime Minister John Key visits Te Puke Intermediate. See photos here.