Come along to school assemblies on Fridays at 2.15pm to find out what the students have been up to during the week.
Tena koutou katoa, nga mihi nui kia koutou katoa,
Our core business at Mamaku School is 'Learning TOGETHER"
was established in 1910 on the current site (there had been a previous school
in Mamaku on a site near the mill). Most of the children are from the surrounding village, lifestyle blocks
or outlying farms.
Mamaku is a full
primary catering for children from Year 0-Year 8. The school has no school bus
and children either walk or are driven to school each day. The school roll has
varied over the last 50 years between 110 –165, the current roll being around 147.
There is a playcentre in the village which most children attend before starting
at school. There is also an Early Learning Centre which also provides before
and after school care for some of our school children. Most children go from
Mamaku School at the end of Year 8 and attend Western Heights High School, year
8 children from Mamaku often get places in the accelerate and diligence
At Mamaku School
there are 7 classroom spaces, 2 ablution blocks, a school hall, a swimming
pool, an adminstration block, a resource centre, library and canteen
resource centre is the original school administration block dating from 1910
and was refitted in 2010 to become a resource centre for the school including a
CRT room, resource area, disabled toilet and special needs/ICT space.
School has been in an ICT PD cluster from 2010-2012. The teachers and students
use ICT tools in many ways to support learning. An ICT club is run after school
once a week.
The Mamaku school philosphy
is TOGETHER, the acronym for our school values. At Mamaku school we work,
learn and grow TOGETHER. This
philosophy extends to our community who support the school in many ways.
You are welcome to come and have a look around the school. Use the contact form to get in touch with us.
Mamaku School BoT, staff and students