The focus will be on the well-being of the students themselves, of other people, and of society through learning in health-related and movement contexts. Sport and EOTC has natural links to Health & Physical Education but also has links with many other subjects including numeracy and literacy.
The vision for the students is to enable them to develop the knowledge, values, and competencies to live full and active lives. It is about them taking responsibility for improving their own well-being and the well-being of their communities. Learning in health/ physical, and outdoor education helps students grow as "confident, connected, actively involved, and lifelong learners", who are ready to contribute to their world. By engaging with the students’ unique personal passions, experiences, and knowledge, we will be able to create a safe and supportive learning environment that allows students to lead their own learning.
Out of Zone Enrolments
The Te Awamutu Primary Board of Trustees wish to advise that, due to a significant roll growth, we are no longer able to accept any out of zone enrolments for the remainder of 2017 or for the beginning of 2018. This applies to all year groups including Year 0/New Entrants.
This decision is reviewed regularly. Should there be a shift in the population, and places do come available, this will be noted on our school’s website page.
If you wish to be considered for any spaces that may come available in the future, please download the Expression of Interest form from our website and send it into the school office. Doing this will place you on the waiting list.
The Enrolment Scheme for State Integrated Schools dictates that priority must be given to in zone students, followed by out of zone applicants who are siblings of current students.
We apologise to families who have been unsuccessful in their application for enrolment and wish you well.