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Our Teachers


Our hub consists of Year 0, Year 1, Year 2 and some Year 3 learners spread over 5 classes. Our teachers are Mrs Drake in Rata 1, Miss Gibbens in Rata 2, Miss Norton in Rata 3, Mrs Evans in Rata 4 and Miss Lagan in Rata 5.

Our Swimming Sports.

Contact: Mrs Drake



Welcome to the Pohutukawa Hub. Our teachers this year are Mrs Bailey in Pohutukawa 1 (Room 8), Miss Kaye in Pohutukawa 2 (Room 7) and Mrs Thomas Pohutukawa 3 (Room 9). We are a very fun hub of Year 3 and 4 learners who like to learn in a variety of different ways.

Our Camps: Hokitika and Moana.

Contact: Mrs Bailey



We are a syndicate made up of Year 5 and 6 students in three classes, visit our Mamaku Hub here. We are enthusiastic about learning and we always strive to do our best! Mrs Clark leads Mamaku 1, Mrs Prendergast is in Mamaku 2, and Miss Robinson in Mamaku 3 always find fun things for us to learn about! To visit our student blogs and see what we have been learning, please link to our class blogs - Mamaku 1's Blog; Mamaku 2's Blog; and Mamaku 3's Blog. Encourage us by commenting on our posts.

Our Camps: Fox Glacier and Westport.

Contact: Mrs Clark



Totara is made up of 3 classrooms (T1, T2, T3) that have students in Year 7 and Year 8. Stephen Wood Totara 1, Kim Hines Totara 2, and Natasha Power Totara 3, lead the team of Totara learners. To visit our student blogs and see what we have been learning, please link to our class blogs - Totara 1's BlogTotara 2's Blog; and Totara 3's Blog. Inspire us by commenting on our posts.

Our Camps: Hanmer Springs and Mistletoe Bay.

Contact: Mr Wood


Te Hiringa

Nau mai, haere mai ki Te Hiringa. We are 18 Year 1 to 8 tamariki. For some of the morning we work as two separate classes, Year 1-4 with Whaea Kate and Year 5-8 with Whaea Katie. In the afternoons we are altogether to do our learning. The senior children have shown great manaakitanga and awhi to our new and younger tamariki. Visit us in Te Hiringa, and see our learning on our class blog.

‘Kimihia te kahurangi; ki te piko tou matenga, ki te maunga teitei’

Contact: Miss Nisbett