|Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori - Maori Language Week There has been a focus in most classes this week to acknowledge this special week. Myths, legends, technology, art and language have been covered with great enthusiasm. Image ©|
We are proud to be a Green-Gold enviro-school, catering for students from Year 1 to Year 8 in 4 classrooms. Situated 20km south of Motueka, Ngatimoti School sits alongside the Motueka River and faces the mountains of Kahurangi National Park.
We encourage parents to be involved in their children's education, and we often draw on our local community's resources to enhance students' learning.
We have an enthusiastic Board of Trustees and Parent Group. Our strategic goals are to build literacy and numeracy capabilities, and to develop creativity, well being and identity. Our parents play a major role in the organisation of our now infamous annual Festival, held on school grounds on the Sunday of Labour weekend EVERY YEAR!!
In December 2012, we received a positive ERO report. "A welcoming environment and strong emphasis on respectful relationships and celebrating achievement supports students to feel confident, proud and valued." Our next review will be in 3-4 years. You can view our latest report from the Education Review Office website here
What happens at Ngatimoti School? We do strongly believe in learning basic facts, but we also believe that there needs to be some logical understanding of these basic facts. . . . Read more »
As a part of our Environmental Education programme, students regularly spend time learning at our local stream. enables hands-on science learning, whereby we work collaboratively. . . . Read more »
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|Term Three 2015||2nd Aug ~ 25th Sep ~ 2015|
|Term Four 2015||12th Oct ~ 16th Dec ~ 2015|
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Ngatimoti School Board of Trustees
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