Our school has a sincere desire to be a family school with parents, students and staff following our motto and all LEARNING TOGETHER. We hope you enjoy visiting our website and find the information available of interest. We would love to hear from you wherever you may be. Email us at… read more →

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The Koanga Festival is an annual spring celebration involving the Kapa Haka groups from the Howick and Pakuranga area schools. This year it was held at Farm Cove Intermediate.  The video contains snippets of our group’s performance.   read more →

The Trees for Survival project is an environmental education programme for students. Students learn to take care of native seedlings and then transplant them, once they are big enough, to a local farm. The trees are used to restore natural habitats and help stop erosion. This year Room 18 and the Year 5 students from Room.. read more →

Room 20 have used a fun little App called ChatterPix to present their Kiwiana investigations.   read more →

The Year 6 children had an exciting opportunity to experience whitewater rafting and water safety with Community Swim, in conjunction with the WERO Whitewater Rafting Park in Manukau. What a fun time had by all. read more →

Congratulations to the PVS Team A who won the Writer’s Quiz Competition which was held at Baverstock Oaks Primary at the end of Term 2. Thank you to the media team for the video. read more →

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Junior school’s inquiry focus for term 3 was around water. We had a visitor from Watercare called Sally. In our first session she talked to us about the water cycle and how our drinking water is collected.She told us that the water moves into pipes and it goes to the water filter station to be.. read more →

In Room 4 we had lots of fun focusing on the koru. First we looked at different koru shapes on our ActivBoard and discussed them in detail. Then we worked on designing many pencil sketches of koru shapes and added other patterns to the designs.  After that the children selected their favourite design and this was.. read more →