Kia ora!
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Welcome to Birkenhead Primary School, Te Kura Matarae o Onewa, which sits in the heart of Birkenhead's Highbury Village. Our school encourages our wonderful children to reach for their personal best in all respects - to 'reach their heights, and to look to their horizons'. We provide a great learning environment, with wonderful teachers, and a range of opportunities for children to participate, to contribute, to take responsibility and to challenge themselves. We offer a full curriculum, with strong tuition in numeracy and literacy, an Inquiry approach in Social Science and Science, and opportunities in physical activity and the Arts. 

 Term dates 2016:
  •  Term One - 4 February to 15 April
  •  Term Two - 2 May to 8 July
  •  Term Three - 25 July to 23 September
  •  Term Four - 10 October to 16  December

  • June 22 Dear Parents and Caregivers            School Disco tomorrow night!  I am sure that the children will be looking forward to this, and I am sure that they will look fantastic in ...
    Posted Jun 22, 2016, 6:19 PM by Alison Bray
  • June 15 Dear Parents and Caregivers The weather was fortunately kind on Friday and so, after all meeting in the hall, we set out on our annual wander through the shops, with ...
    Posted Jun 20, 2016, 4:13 AM by Alison Bray
  • June 8 Dear Parents and Caregivers   Bookweek - Lots of great things happening this week – Suzy Cato has talked to the children this morning about the book she is writing, and had her ...
    Posted Jun 20, 2016, 4:19 AM by Alison Bray
  • June 1 Dear Parents and Caregivers -      Board of Trustees Election results:  I would like to welcome Sam Perkins, Jo McDonald and Jason Britten to our Board of Trustees.  Thank you all for ...
    Posted May 31, 2016, 9:41 PM by Alison Bray
  • May 25 Dear Parents and CaregiversThanks parents and children for supporting our ‘Pink Shirt’ day. The school raised $440.90 for the Trust behind the day. The message for the children ...
    Posted May 24, 2016, 9:23 PM by Alison Bray
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