Learning for a lifetime!
Respect
Responsibility
Caring
Honesty
Excellence

School will be closed on 15th August 2018 for more info click > 150818 Teachers Strike

Welcome

At Conifer Grove School we place high expectations for learning and behaviour. We believe that the school values through Positive Behaviour for Learning (PB4L) help students to be well equipped to be active contributing members of their community and also globally.

We believe our students can all be the best they can be, that they can all strive for excellence and that it is our role to encourage, inspire and foster a lifetime of learning, where they can realise their potential. We place a strong emphasis on continuous improvement and endeavour to be the best school for our students. We look forward to your support and working together towards positive teaching and learning for all.

“Success For All”

Ngā mihi
Raj Dullabh
Principal

Respect
Responsibility
Caring
Honesty
Excellence


NZEI Primary Teachers’ Strike

School will be closed on 15th August 2018 for more info click > 150818 Teachers Strike

VOTE FOR US now!!!

Conifer Grove School is involved in the 2018 Colgate Community Garden Challenge. HELP US to win a garden recycle box/a garden bench/rubbish bin (these are all made from recycled Colgate products)   1 point for every vote. VOTE for our school – as many days as possible, (1 vote per day per email address) voting closes 16

School Cross Country next Tuesday 31 July

Cross Country 2018

Home Learning Survey

As part of the school policy review schedule, Conifer Grove School is reviewing it’s Home Learning Policy (homework) part of this process is to see what the communities thoughts are on this. Please click on this link to fill in this short survey so as to inform how we can change this policy.

Waiata Shores Update

Please click on the PDF attached to this post for information from the BOT regarding the amendment to Conifer Grove School’s Enrolment Zone Enrolment Zone to include Waiata Shores  

Health Curriculum Consultation

 Click on this link: Health Curriculum Survey In health education, students develop their understanding of the factors that influence the health of individuals, groups, and society: lifestyle, economic, social, cultural, political, and environmental factors. Students develop competencies for mental wellness, reproductive health and positive sexuality, and safety management, and they develop understandings of nutritional needs. Students

Technology Information Evening for Parents Tues 19 June 7pm

Come along to this Technology Information Evening for Parents and be informed with tips and techniques to keep your kids  safe using Technology 7pm in the Admin Block (presented by Attitude Parenting Place)