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.
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Richmond Road School – Te Kura o Ritimana
Year 6 Graduation – Wednesday 11th December 6:00pm to 7:30pm – School Hall
Our Student Council have been working together and certainly “Growing Together As One” organising our upcoming all rōpu celebration for our Year 6s. The soundtrack is sorted and we are ready to party.
Students and whānau are welcome to arrive from 5:45pm to gather outside the hall with the doors opening at 6:00pm.
There will be an opening and then our Year 6s can share some kai together and dance the night away until 7:30pm.
Parents and caregivers are welcome to attend.
All kai and refreshments will be supplied for our Year 6 graduates.
Nau mai Afio mai Bienvenue Welcome
We finally have some traction on our Admin Block refurbishment which will began on Monday 2nd September. The Ministry Of Education, Hampton Jones, MIRO construction, Architects, Board, staff and other stakeholders have been involved in the process to get this up and running since 2016.
The temporary office is on Douglas street. Please follow the signs.
If your child is away
If your child is absent contact the office with the child’s name, class and reason why they are absent.
Or leave a message on 093761091
Drop off and pick up of students
We have had some concerns from staff and parents about the drop off and pick up of children. Please ensure you are not double parking or parking illegally when coming to the school to drop off or pick up your child/children. This may cause incidents involving our children and families so please be mindful of others when parking around the school.
You will be aware of the recent Measles outbreak in New Zealand. Auckland Regional Public Health Services are advising all people to make sure that they are fully immunised; if you are unsure or are not fully immunised, it is recommended that you should get vaccinated.
In the next couple of weeks we will be updating our student immunisation records and will be in touch if we require any further information.
If you are concerned about Measles or notice any symptoms you can call the Healthline on 0800 611116 or talk to your GP.
Our online school calendar (at the bottom of this page) will be updated regularly and please read the newsletter as this will have updated information. Notify the school office if you are not receiving these.
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11am – 11.30am (playtime)
11.30am – 1.00pm (learning)
1.00pm – 1.50pm (lunch)
1.50pm – 3.00pm (learning)