NEWSLETTERS

16 MARCH 2015

5 March 2015

20 February 2015

3 February 2015

2015 TERM DATES

TERM 1 - Monday 2 February - Thursday 2 April

TERM 2 - Monday 20 April - Friday 3 July

TERM 3 - Monday 20 July- Friday 25 September

TERM 4 - Monday 12 October - Tuesday 15 December

what's on

 

*  27th April - no school, anzac day observation

*  7th may - numeracy night, 6:00pm

*  13th may - regional 7's

 *  20th may - whanau night

 

 

OFFICE AND SCHOOL HOURS

Our school office hours are from 8:30AM to 3:30PM

 

Our school hours are from 8:50AM to 3:00PM. 

We require students to be in class by 8:45AM.

 

For an Enrolment Pack, please contact the Office between school hours by phone or email here

 notes from the office

School Uniform - Polos, Jackets, Shorts and Hats are now avaible for order from our school office.  Orders are sent away, so please expect delays.  Please note that we do not have EFTPOS, but you can pay by either Cash or Cheque made out to Titahi Bay Intermediate.

 

As we are in our warmer season, sun hats are expected to be worn during morning tea and lunch times only.  Please ensure your child has a plain navy blue hat.

 

Below is our Uniform List for 2015 as well as our Stationery List.

Uniform 2015
Stationery List

 

To view our Gigatown video, go here.   We came 4th in the Secondary school section.

 

Warehouse Stationery are our Duffy Book sponsers.

 

 t.b.i ero report 2014

ERO Report 2014

 

 

 charter and strategic plan

Charter and Strategic Plan
   

FROM THE PRINCIPAL

Tena Koutou, Talofa Lava, Fakalofa Lahiatu,

Kia Orana, Taloha Ni, Malo e Lelei, Greetings to you all

We are a school that caters for the education of students in the 'middle years' which is a challenging, yet exciting stage of life.

We have staff who are passionate and enthusiastic about working with students in this exciting age group.

Middle year's education is a special and important time for our students with the transitioning into young adolescents. We provide a range of opportunities and challenges that are unique to this age group. 

Dairne Kaimoana, Principal

MR HOPE

We work with our students to set and achieve High Standards. We are a Positive Behaviour for Learning School Wide, where we have continued to refine and enhance our School Wide Behaviour Management Plan. We have our school values and expectations closely linked for consistency and all students and staff have clear expectations as you can see with our MR HOPE.

SCHOOL CALENDAR

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