House Colours

Term 2
Mon 29 April  – Fri 5 July
Term 3
Mon 22 July  – Fri 27 Sept
Term 4
Mon 14 Oct – TBC

King's Birthday 
Monday 3 June

Friday 28 June

Labour Day
Monday 28 October

School Policies

Our Environment

Children in treeHauraki School’s site of just over two hectares incorporates 17 stimulating and attractively presented single-celled classrooms which are divided into three blocks: Junior, Middle and Senior. A music room also features as well as small teaching spaces for specialist instruction. Our many resources are stored in two specific areas.

Other facilities include an outdoor swimming pool, rugby field, cricket pitch, soccer field, netball and basketball courts, and a junior, middle and senior playground. 

Currently a new two storied block of ten classrooms is being built in the area where the pergola was and this is expected to be completed later in 2020.

We are proud of our park-like school grounds and welcome the use of these outside school hours by children and adults but everyone is expected to respect them. ‘No Skateboarding’ and ‘No Dog’ policies must be adhered to at all times.

Children using computers 

Rooms are mostly of an older style but are well maintained and have the advantage of size. All are north facing and well heated during winter. A well resourced library also features. There is a two-storeyed administration block and an impressive large multi-purpose hall. In the foyer of this is a pohutukawa tree sculpture and families are able to leave their legacy by donating a bird or flower which will remain for generations to come and enjoy.


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