TITAHI BAY NORTH SCHOOL
Nau Mai, Haere Mai - Welcome to Titahi Bay North School
Community Strategic Survey
Now accessible from the home drop down options. Go to Voice and click. There you will find the Covid 19 Survey from this year and the survey.
Welcome to Term 4
Our school staff and board hope that you have all had a great holiday.
Our school is still operating at Level 2. This does mean we are dropping off and picking up still.
We do intend gathering community voice over this term for our new school strategic plan. This will be different due to alert levels.
Excitingly our school is now grown to U4.
Breakfast club for students only starts on Tuesday 26th of October 2021.
Last week of Term 3
Kia ora Parents, Families and Whanau,
What an unbelievable term we have had. Alert level changes, differing weather and our building projects in full swing.
We could not have done all of this challenging work without the support of all of community and staff.
We have some new material coming onto this website including the new page, "your voice". Please check it out.
Remember school finishes this Friday 1st of October.
Level 2 Update
Replenishment Packs for Distance Learning
Tuesday 24th Update
Covid-19 Level 4 Announced
For the next 13 days our region is at Level 4. Our School is closed.
We have a new absentee text number. It is 02108671045.
Nau mai, piki mai - Welcome to our school.
Titahi Bay North School (TBNS) is a school with a committed staff, a number of whom are long serving with much knowledge about the local bay area and community. Staff work to provide learning experiences that develop student confidence and achievement. TBNS students are encouraged, and able, to display the attributes of being positive tuakana teina and role models.
We also have a lot of fun as you can see...!
The school is organised into two strands
An English medium (Auraki) strand – teaching learning areas from the New Zealand Curriculum.
A Māori Medium strand (Rumaki) in which the students education is based on Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, primarily delivered in Te Reo Maori
Teachers plan cooperatively to develop programmes to meet the needs of students. They share strengths and resources to support each other and the students. The school is involved in regular school wide events e.g. assembly, trips, singing, sports.
Te Whānau o Te Kakano, a reo rumaki whanau began at TBNS over 30 years ago in response to community wishes and aspirations.
We have 5 multilevel ruma auraki (English medium classes). The multi age groupings throughout the school allow for tuakana/teina relationships, role modelling and learning to flourish. For the past 20 years we have catered for Year 7 and 8 students, which also adds to the special character of our school – a whanau whanui ‘country school in town’ feel.
Children are with the same teacher and classmates for several years at TBNS. This creates strong relationships and kotahitanga. Research shows many benefits in having students learn in groups with older and younger peers and the pedagogical advantages of multi-age classrooms where students are with the same teacher for two or more years.
Kotahitanga i te matauranga: Our future is learning together as one
Check out our school calender under the 'our news' tab at the top of this page
We're proud of our efforts and achievements in curriculum and in activities such as kapa haka, sports participation, the arts and Education Outside of the Classroom activities.
Most years we have a number of our senior students from our Māori Medium class sitting NCEA Level One Māori.
We welcome whanau participation in school life. The best conditions for learning are created when whanau take an active interest in their child's school activities and learning.
Check out the activities and happenings at TBNS on Facebook by finding us there at Titahi Bay North School. Parents and Whanau can request to join our Facebook group.
School Stationary Information.
In 2021 we will be using funds from the MOE Donations Scheme to supply stationary for our students here at Titahi Bay North School. This funding comes from the 2018 Wellbeing Budget.