Seddon School

Moku, Mou, Mo Te Wa Kei Te Tu

We are a full primary school (Years 1 - 8) situated in the township of Seddon at the base of the stunning Awatere Valley, 25km south of Blenheim.

Seddon School was established in 1883 and is an important part of the wider community.  Seddon School serves a diverse collaboration of communities - our urban and rural.  Our students are evenly represented in both groups and travel to school in a range of different ways from bus, car, bike or walking. We currently have 7 classrooms, named after local birds in Marlborough, operating with 145 students and enjoy the support of 3 teacher aides and 2 part time teachers.  

Our highly supportive Board of Trustees, community and fundraising teams, see us well resourced and able offer a large range of extra options.  We offer high quality, modern teaching and learning programmes and proudly maintain traditional values.

Ngā mihi

Anita Phillips



June-July at Seddon School

21st June - Assembly School hall 2.30pm

27th June - Ward/Seddon School Cross Country Ward Domain approx start time 11am

28th June - Matariki - SCHOOL CLOSED

1st July - Grandparents Day Matariki celebrations

4th July - Assembly School Hall 2.30pm

5th July - House Challenge

Last Day of Term 2

School back Term 3 - Monday - 22 July 2024

30th July Marlborough Cross Country


Linc Ed - Hero

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