Nau mai, Haere mai

Welcome to Northland School

Working together to develop 21st century learners in a stimulating and collaborative learning community.

Tū mai Te Ahūmairangi, tū mai hoki tātou

As Te Ahūmairangi stands, we also reach for great heights




Parent Portal

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Our Web Team

Our student Web Team reports on news and events from around the school involving our students.  The Years 3 to 8 students write their own reports and take their own photographs. 

Read their work in Our Students.

Board News

Board members welcome questions or comments from the school community, and can be contacted at home. Their personal contact details are available from the school office or you can contact them by email as listed in the Our People/Board of Trustees tab.

2016 Community Survey
2017 Annual Report
Northland School Charter 2018
2017 Nat Stds Results
2018 PAT Results

Home and School News

The Home and School Committee sells Hell Pizzas for $5.50 for lunch on the first Thursday of the month.  The next Pizza Thursday is on Thursday 6 December. Orders need to be with the school office by 3.00pm Wednesday 5 December.
Community Emergency Response Plan

Click here to access the Northland Community's emergency response plan developed with assistance from the Wellington Emergency Management Office.

Latest News

Board of Trustees Meeting

The next meeting of the Northland School Board of Trustees is on Tuesday 20 November at 5.30pm.  Please note the earlier start time.  Meetings are held in the staffroom and are open to family and whanau.

Whooping Cough Information

Information about whooping cough is below.

Ice Cream Day

The Student Council is holding an ice cream day on Thursday 22 November to raise funds for Starship Hospital.  

Forms to Download

Sushi Lunch Information
Pizza Order Form
Calendar Art Order Form
Ice Cream Order Form
Whooping Cough Information

Quality of the Week

Tact / Matawhaiti

Tact is telling the truth kindly, with consideration for how your words will affect others.  It is knowing what to say and what is better left unsaid.  Tact is thinking before you speak.  When you are tactful, you don’t tease or point out people’s differences to embarrass them.  You are as careful about others’ feelings as you would like them to be of yours.
Read more about our Qualities Programme.

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