Nau Mai, Haere Mai, Afio Mai, Maliu Mai, Bienvenue, Welcome, Richmond Road School is a unique primary school that celebrates diversity. We work in partnership with families/whānau to ensure that children: love coming to school, challenge themselves in their learning, make and sustain positive relationships with others and are confident in who they are.
Nau Mai Haere Mai, Welcome!
School Summer break starts on Wednesday 14th December and ends with school opening on Tuesday 31st January 2017
Kia ora, talofa lava, bonjour, hello. I am the principal at Richmond Road School – Te Kura o Ritimana. I am thrilled to be leading a school with such a long history and reputation for being a community focused school that focuses on providing tamariki with opportunities to discover the joy of learning through their/a heritage language.
As a school leader I am mindful that our approach to learning needs to be future focused, but also it must recognize where we have come from. We now know so much more in terms of how students’ best learn and what comprises effective teaching. Learning needs to be motivating, engaging and provide sufficient challenge for all of our learners. It is also important to me that our students feel happy and safe at school and we provide a nurturing environment.
Te Kura o Ritimana has a lively and active wider school community, focused on making our great school greater.
Our school vision is to develop tamariki who are culturally intelligent life-long learners, who strive for excellence and contribute to their communities. Our ‘values’ encourage children to engage with learning, to be actively involved in community, to be leaders, to have an understanding of their identity and that of others and to creative in their response to problem solving.
Respect for self, others and the environment, togetherness and inclusiveness, compassion and empathy, bravery and resilience, educational achievement
Whai koha ki a koe, ki ngā tāngata katoa, ki te taiao hoki, Mahi tahi, te mahi me tō kōtahi, Kia ngākau mahaki, Tū maia, tū rangatira, Eke pānuku eke tangaroa ki te ikeiketanga o te mātauranga
I encourage you to read the parent links on this website, read the newsletter and to follow us on Facebook and Twitter in order to become more involved in the wider life of our school. If you have any additional questions or if you would like to come for a school tour, these are available on the first Thursday of each month from 9:00 to 10:00. Please contact the office to book a tour directly at the school on 376-1091 or email firstname.lastname@example.org