Nau mai! Haere Mai!
The Education Review Office described our school as “an effective learning institution where Board & Staff work diligently to provide students with high quality learning opportunities”.
At Malfroy School we recognise that parents, extended families and caregivers are of fundamental importance to children’s learning. This support is especially important in learning early literacy and numeracy skills. When your child begins at Malfroy School we will assess your child’s prior knowledge and skills and build on those to develop the children into independent life long learners.
Features at Malfroy School Include:
- A known and practiced mission statement proudly reflecting our cornerstone values.
- Teaching staff who model the values of our mission statement and who focus on children’s individual learning needs.
- Teaching and support staff providing special needs, learning and accelerent programmes.
- A strong positive behaviour programme focussing on student well-being and restorative practices.
- A modern library that provides opportunities for students to think, create and learn with the future in mind.
- A Health Promoting School. Investing in the well-being of our students, staff and community.
- A community minded school that offers Mainstream, Rumaki and Montessori.
A warm welcome is assured at Malfroy School where the uniqueness of each student is valued and nurtured.
Who are we?
Our Belief: We strive to do our personal best to help make a happy and caring school
Vision: Building confidence, self directed, lifelong learners and responsible citizens
Values: Manaakitanga, Whanaungatanga, Inclusion of All, Respect for Diversity, Wellbeing for Success
"Te Korowai O To Matou Kura"- "The Cloak of Our School".
Te Korowai O To Matou Kura“- embraces the school community, which is held high by two birds of peace. Children adorn the top of the korowai. They are ‘nga taonga’ (treasures) of our school.
Level 2 features: ‘poutama’ (stairway to heaven); ABC and 123 represent literacy and numeracy; baskets of knowledge – Te kete tuauri – traditions; Te kete tuatea – practical skills; Te kete aronui – love, peace and goodness; mangopare and mangopai for strength we gain from each other.
Level 3 depicts the skills and competencies the students will develop and use to fit the puzzle pieces of learning together. The handprints belong to the twelve students who assisted with the painting of this artwork. They were Ben Mc Adams, Aneesha Dahya, Georgina Mc Phee, Zara Molijn, Grace Bassett, Rain Gotz-Tier, Bailey Morrison, Sarah Oehlrich, Hana Sisay, Te Moana Ryan, Nieve Stephens, and Stevee-Lee Gardiner.
Central to Level 4 is the family with the two children playing with sports’ balls. On the left we use the geyser to acknowledge our hometown of Rotorua. On the right ‘nga hau e wha’ (the four winds) acknowledges the multicultural nature…
Health and Physical Education Curriculum ReviewThu Oct 21 03:20pm
Please take the time to read and fill in the survey link located at the bottom of the information. You also have the chance to win a new BMX bike. Your input would be greatly appreciated.
Our Newsletter Term 4 Week 1is available to view, click on the link below.Thu Oct 21 02:48pm
Vaccination Letter to School Community 29.09.21Fri Oct 01 03:10pm
Newsletter Term 3 Week 10Thu Sep 30 04:47pm
Newsletter Term 3 Week 9Thu Sep 23 04:45pm
Newsletter Term 3 Week 8Thu Sep 16 04:05pm
Newsletter Term 3 Week 7Thu Sep 09 05:01pm
Malfroy School Special Newsletter 8.09.21Wed Sep 08 08:10pm
Special Update for School Community 7.09.21Tue Sep 07 07:02pm
Special Update for School Community Week 7, 6 – 10 SeptemberSat Sep 04 01:14pm
Newsletter Term 3 Week 6Thu Sep 02 05:05pm
Special Update for School Community Week 6, 30 August – 3 SeptemberSat Aug 28 09:00pm
Newsletter Term 3 Week 5Thu Aug 26 05:47pm
Please find an edited copy of the newsletter
Announcement for our communitySat Aug 21 02:32pm
The Ministry of Education has given schools an exemption to access schools to organise and arrange the distribution of learning resources for children in the form of hard packs. Teaching staff will be at school on Monday 23 August to prepare learning activities for your child. To help us distribute a hard pack to every child we have prepared a timetable for you or a family member to come to the school hall at a set time to pick up your child’s hard pack starting from midday. For those parents/caregivers who unable to do this, we will drop off your child’s hard pack to your place of residence.
12.00pm – 1.00pm Parents and caregivers of Junior students
1.00pm – 2.00pm Parents and caregivers of Middle students
2.00pm – 3.00pm Parents and caregivers of Senior students
The front and rear carparks will be available for parking. Please observe the public health requirements of wearing a mask, maintaining physical distance of 2 metres, sanitising hands, and checking in via the COVID-19 Tracer App which will be located at the front entrance to the hall. Once you have your child’s hard pack please use the doors at the front of the hall to exit. Only one person may enter to pick up a hard pack. We appreciate your support with these procedures. Thank you!
Newsletter Term 3 Week 4Thu Aug 19 04:33pm
Malfroy School Special Newsletter 18.08.21Wed Aug 18 08:27am
Please find attached a Malfroy School Special Newsletter for today.
Level 4 Lockdown 11.59pm 17 August to 20 August 11.59pmTue Aug 17 07:59pm
Kia ora tatou katoa!
New Zealand starts a 3-day lock down from tomorrow for 3 days. Auckland is required to stay in lock down for 7 days. Therefore staff will not be required to be at school from Wednesday to Friday of this week.
Expect updates from the government, Ministries of Health and Education which I will forward on to you. In the meantime, follow the public health safety requirements for COVID-19 Level 4.
Hockey – Maxi hockey team practice has been cancelled for this afternoon.Tue Aug 17 01:35pm
To all Rugby 7s players, there is a game today, please dress warm. Thankyou, Whaea NgaretaTue Aug 17 08:10am
Newsletter Term 3 Week 3Thu Aug 12 04:03pm
Our ‘Reading Together’ program starts tomorrow. See the attached link for more details.Mon Aug 09 03:33pm
Newsletter Term 3 Week 2Thu Aug 05 04:02pm
View our Term 3 Week 1 Newsletter, click on the link belowFri Jul 30 10:03am