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Whānau Information
Policies and Procedures - School Docs
  • Please click on the link below to see the school’s Policies.

    • Username: turakiprimary

    • Password: aroha


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  • Yellow T-shirts and green polarfleeces are available from the school office ($15 shirts, $30 polar fleece), and Postie+ and The Warehouse at various times throughout the year.

  • Any black pants, shorts or skirts.

  • Bucket or wide-brimmed green hat in Term 1 and 4.

Digital Devices
  • At Turaki School students have a large range of learning opportunities using digital devices. Please find a copy of the Digital Device agreement in the News, Notices and Events tab.

Afterschool Care
  • 3-5.30 pm daily

  • Contact the office for more information

Starting School

Starting your child at school can be stressful so ​let us help you to take some of the stress away.

  • Come for a visit - our new entrant room is always happy to have visitors and this helps your child to get familiar with the teachers and room they will be in. We recommend having a few visits before starting school.

  • Have the right paperwork  - you will need your child's birth certificate and immunisation certificate when you enrol.

Check out our information brochures for more ideas and information. 

Annual Reports
  • Please feel free to download our Annual Financial Report and Strategic Plan.

2017 Annual Report

Whanau Booklets

Te Kakano

Year 1-3

Beginning of Year

parent booklet

Te Pihinga

Year 5/6

Beginning of Year

parent booklet

Te Māhuri

Year 7/8

Beginning of Year

parent booklet

SCHOOL CONTACT: The school can be contacted in a range of ways:

The school landline phone number is (07) 895-7651 and our cell phone is 027 487 2148.

Please feel free to use these contact numbers, or email the office on

Please remember to contact the school office with any change in YOUR address and/or phone numbers.

Key Competencies

The Key Competencies are the skills that underpin all learning in New Zealand schools to develop lifelong learners.

- Thinking

- Using language, symbols and texts

- Managing self

- Relating to others

- Participating and contributing

Check out this website for some ideas about how to help at home

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