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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… admin@pointview.school.nz read more →

I heard the crisp, crunching noises as we were walking down the steep path. Sonshine Ranch was going to hold many surprises, starting with archery! As we approached the clearing I could make out the faint shapes of target boards. Then we got split into groups of 4 or 5. Next we took turns at.. read more →

Room 21 created some amazing animal faces artwork using mixed multimedia. Have a look at how they created their master pieces. Animal Artwork read more →

Room 8 made cherry blossom art as part of their study about the season spring. They used tissue paper to make the sweet little pink cherry blossoms. Spring is in the air!     read more →

Each week the class that have the most number of students to bring Nude Food (lunchbox with no wrappers) get a special award – Kai the Kiwi and his whanau! In Term 4, Week 9 Room 4 had 17 students bring Nude Food to school – Ka pai, Room 4! They enjoyed having Kai’s whanau.. 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 →