Health and Wellbeing

The BNZ Crusaders get behind

Bullying-Free NZ

The Crusaders (yes, those Crusaders!) have created six videos that tackle the issue of bullying please click on the links below

Keeping ourselves safe

Keeping Ourselves Safe [KOS] consists of a comprehensive range of child protection resources to help students learn and apply a range of safety skills that they can use when interacting with others.

For more information please click the link below

If students tell their teacher about a serious wrong doing Tauhara School follows our PROTECTED DISCLOSURE POLICY. To read the full policy click on the link below and in the search bar look for Protected Disclosure


Username: tauhara

Password: school

Cyber Safety John Parsons

Please click on the link to view information about John Parsons. He was at here at our school today to talk to the children, staff and parents about keeping our children safe when they are using the internet, mobile phones and other devices. This is a flow on from last term when we focused on Keeping Ourselves Safe.

Tauhara Primary school has featured in the Bullying Free round up of Pink Shirt day. Click the link below to see us

SCS Natasha Marinkovich talking about bullying with students at Tauhara Primary School.


Lifeline 24 Hour Phone Counselling: 0800 543 354.

Depression Support Line: 0800 111 757.

Suicide Help Line: 0508 828 856.

Crisis Assessment Team: (CAT Team. For acute mental health crisis help.) 0800 166 167.

Parent Helpline: 0800 568 856.

Text Counselling Helpline: (Free text counselling.) 1737.

The Lowdown Youth Text Counselling: (Free text between midday and midnight.) 5626.

Samaritans: (Feeling lonely or in distress.) 0800 726 666.

Safe to Talk: (Sexual Harm and Violence Help line.) 0800 044 334 or text 4334.

What’s Up: (Phone counselling for 5-18 year olds, midday to midnight.) 0800 942 8787.

Mental Illness Support for Families: 0800 555 434.

Alcohol and Drug Helpline: 0800 787 797.

Gambling Crisis Helpline: 0800 654 655.

Outline Gay/Lesbian Support: 0800 688 5463.

Healthline: 0800 611 116.

Like Minds Like Mine: (Mental Illness Support.) 0800 102 107.

Victim Support: 0800 842 846.

Rural Women: (Support line.) 0800 256 467.

Child Youth and Family: 0508 326 459.

Work and Income: 0800 559 009.

Taupo Police: 111 (Emergency,) 07 378 6060, (Non-emergency.)

Women’s Refuge: (07) 377 1055. Maori Women’s Refuge: 0800 733843 or (07) 378 5204.

Taupo Hospital: (07) 376 1000.

POLICE, FIRE, AMBULANCE EMERGENCY: 111 free call from any phone or cellphone.