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

    • Username: turakiprimary

    • Password: aroha

 

Copyright: Except where stated, the content on this site is the copyright of SchoolDocs Ltd. It may not be reproduced without written permission from SchoolDocs Ltd.

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Uniforms
  • Yellow T-shirts and green polarfleeces are available from Postie+ and The Warehouse.

  • 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

Te Kakano

Year 4

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 admin1@turakiprimary.school.nz

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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