Paddling the Waka Together to Reach New Horizons

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

“Paddling the Waka Together to Reach New Horizons “
He waka eke noa ki te pae tawhiti

Moving to Alert Level 2 – school reopens on Monday 8 March

Communication to Parents

Announcement Auckland at Alert Level 3 as of 6am Sunday 28 Feb

School will be closed at this stage from Monday 1 March to Friday 5 March please click on this important communication for further information

PTA Crazy Hair Disco

PTA Crazy Hair Disco 19 March 2021 Crazy Hair Disco 2021 Flyer

Letter from Mr Dullabh regarding move to Alert Level 1

_Letter to Parents Level 1 23_02_21

Upcoming construction of Walter Strevens Ramp link – info from Auckland Transport

Attached for the information of the Conifer Grove School and its community is a flyer regarding the impending start of works on an additional Walter Strevens Drive ramp link to the shared pedestrian/cycle path alongside the Southern Motorway between Takanini and Papakura interchanges that is nearing completion. With the works occurring beside the only road

Family Fun Night POSTPONED

Our planned Family Fun Night has been postponed for this week. We hope to reschedule at a later date.

CG Netball notice

Conifer Grove Netball Club have some additional space if you are looking for a club in the following age groups: Intermediate – 7&8 Future Ferns – Years 1-4 We are also looking for some additional coaches in the Year 1-5 which is a great space to learn and grow your coaching for younger coaches who

Moving to Alert Level 2 – School reopens Thursday 18 February

Tēna Koutou Katoa, This afternoon our Prime Minister announced that we will move to Alert Level 2 at Midnight until further notice. At Alert Level 2 students school will reopen Thursday 18 February. Please read through this communication regarding Alert Level 2 return to school: Alert Level 2 from 18th February 2021

Alert Level 3 – School Closed

14 February 2021 Government announcement – Auckland moving to Alert Level 3 Tēna Koutou Katoa, Tonight our Prime Minister announced that we are moving to COVID-19 Alert Level 3 from 11.59pm today. Our school will be closed From Monday 15 February to Wednesday 17 February and students are encouraged to stay home. A skeleton staff