The students walk, bike or are driven to school each day. The school roll has varied over the last 50 years between 110 –145, the current roll is 106.
There is a Play Centre and Early Learning Centre in the village. Our Year 7/8 students travel to Western Heights High School to attend technology. Most children go from Mamaku School at the end of Year 8 and attend Western Heights High School. Year 8 children from Mamaku often gain places in the accelerate and diligence classes, they do extremely well and go on to be leaders in a variety of areas at school and in society.
At Mamaku School there are several teaching spaces, a music and performing arts room, technology room, a junior and senior ablution block, a school hall, under cover court area, an administration block, a resource centre, a library, two large playing fields, nature areas and storage spaces.
Each year we update an “Environmental Vision Map” to focus on developing the learning landscape. We continue to develop the learning landscape with Murals and students art work related to Positive Behaviour 4 Learning programme, school values and local history and localised curriculum.