Welcome to Tāmaki
Primary School

Whaia te ara tika
Follow the Right Path


COVID19 Information for Parents 15 May 2020

Advice for parents and whānau about preparing for Alert Level 2 We have updated information on our website for parents and whānau to help them prepare for Alert Level 2. This includes: Videos parents may want to watch with their children A ‘checklist’ for preparing for the return to on-site learning

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Newsletter 29 May 2020

Tamaki Primary School Newsletter Follow the Right Path Whaia te ara tika Newsletter 29 May 2020 Principal’s update –  Talofa lava We have had a fantastic week 7 of term 2 with Samoa Language Week / Vaiaso o le Gagana Samoa which you can see via our live assembly today on our

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Monday, June 1

Queen's Birthday
All Day

Friday, June 5

Virtual Assembly
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Friday, June 12

Virtual Assembly
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Friday, June 19

Virtual Assembly
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Principal’s Welcome

Kia Ora Koutou, Malo e Lelei, Talofa Lava, Fakaalofa Lahi Atu,
Kia Orana, Ni Sa Bula, Taloha Ni, Namaste.

Warmest greetings to all our whanau. 

My name is Rhonda Kelly and it is my honour to be the Principal of Tāmaki Primary School. I have a long association with Tāmaki – attending as a student  – way back in the sixties and I am a long-standing staff member. I have seen the school and it’s community go through many changes over the years and can confidently report that Tāmaki has never been stronger or better!

Tāmaki Primary has a strong focus on our values – Manaakitanga, Whanaungatanga, Tukumarie, Rangimarie and Ako and we believe in our whakataukī – Whaia Te Ara Tika – Follow the Right Path.

At Tāmaki, everyone in our learning community is valued  – children, whanau and staff. It is our belief that close co-operation between family and school will ensure that all our learners will reach their full potential.

Welcome to Tāmaki, whanau!

Rhonda Kelly

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