Ahipara School is a semi-rural school that caters for students from Years 1 to 8. Situated 14kms west of Kaitaia in the beautiful coastal settlement of Ahipara, the school has a largely Māori student roll, with 25 percent European/Pākehā students and a small number of other cultures. Ahipara School has a history of positive ERO reports that recognise the school’s mission to ‘Enhance Student Learning and Achievement in Every Way’. essay writing help
The Principal, Staff and Board of Trustees of Ahipara School prioritise together the interests of children, maintain meaningful partnerships with parents and whānau, and celebrate the richness of the local community.
The attractive, well maintained school environment supports students’ wellbeing, safety and learning. Art work throughout the school reflects the school values. A climate of respect and caring is modelled by the staff and students. Staff, children and whānau are proud of their school and the contribution it makes to students’ achievement, including the success of Māori students as Māori (ERO 2013).
For more detailed information about our school, please find attached a copy of the 2014 Information Booklet and 2013 ERO report.
For any further queries, please contact the Office Staff or Principal.