NZ at Alert Level 4 Lockdown - Arahoe School CLOSED

On Tuesday 17 August 2021 at 11:59 pm New Zealand moved to Alert Level 4 lockdown. Arahoe School will be closed for the duration of Alert Level 4. All students are to remain at home. Bubble School is unavailable at Alert Level 4. Please stay in touch with our website and Skoolbag App alerts as we update information. To see the latest notices sent out on our SkoolBag App, please scroll further down (below the learning content) to see the letters.

Kia kaha - stay safe,
Arahoe School Managment Team

FAME and Ice Skate Tour

These events have been postponed and new dates will be advised.

Ringing the School Bell

Kia ora, hello, mālō e lelei , talofa lava, kia orana, fakalofa lahi atu, ni sa bula vinaka, namaste, ni hao, yeoboseyo, a salaam alaikum.

This page provides an overview of how Arahoe School plans to support the ongoing learning of our tamariki while learning from home.

Take care and stay safe in your bubbles.

Online Learning at Arahoe School

Goal: to deliver quality online learning programmes for all students that are connected to current programmes.

Lockdown - Updates for Parents:

All Arahoe School notices and newsletters are distributed instantly via the SkoolBag App. To receive your school notices and newletters instantly, please download the FREE SkoolBag App now. Instructions to download are provided further down this web page or click here SkoolBag App

17 Sep 2021 - Parent Letter.pdf

Letter to Parents

17 September 2021
10 Sep 2021 - Parent Letter.pdf

Letter to Parents

10 September 2021
3 September 2021 - Parent Letter.pdf

Letter to Parents

3 September 2021

Arahoe School

EMPOWERING OUR LEARNERS TO ACCESS THEIR FUTURE


Welcome to Arahoe School

Arahoe School first opened with four classrooms in 1958 to provide for the growing urban population between New Lynn and Green Bay. During the subsequent years our school has grown considerably and now has a student population of just over 800.

At the heart of our school are our people. Our school community is a vibrant, dynamic and supportive one. Examples of this can be found in our talented Board of Trustees, Arahoe School Community Group (ACG), our highly professional staff and that which makes us unique, our wonderful students.

I hope you enjoy browsing our website and ultimately, being part of the Arahoe School community.

Richard Limbrick

PRINCIPAL

Arahoe Events & Connected Curriculum Calendar

Keep Connected

Get the SkoolBag App!

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To Download:

Go to the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store, search for “SkoolBag” and download the FREE SkoolBag App. After opening the app add Arahoe School and you’re ready to go! For further assistance please click here.


Follow us on Facebook!

Search @arahoeschool or visit: www.facebook.com/arahoeschool

Arahoe School now has its very own official Facebook page! We’re looking forward to bringing you instantly closer to some of the amazing learning opportunities that happen here at Arahoe School. Like our page and receive notifications for live feed videos, news updates and occasional photos.

Theme 2021:

Leave Nothing to Chance


For more information about our Curriculum Theme for 2021 and to view our topic studies plan for the Term 1 please visit the Our Curriculum page on our website.



School Newsletters

Principals Newsletter 27 July 2021.pdf

Principal's Newsletter

27 July 2021

Principals Newsletter 25 June 2021.pdf

Principal's Newsletter

25 June 2021

2021 Arahoe Paddle Up T1 W10.pdf

Paddle Up - Term 1 Week 10 2021

Arahoe 2020 Yearbook

Our 2020 Arahoe School yearbooks are available for purchase at reception. Cost is $40 per copy.


The Arahoe 2020 yearbook is a treasured keepsake that your children will enjoy for many years to come. This year we have a limited print run available. Please get in quick while stocks last.


Charter

Arahoe Charter 2018-2025.pdf

Charter 2018-2025

Our charter outlines our strategic vision by focusing on the four key paths that enable our learners to access their future. Those paths are: Curriculum, Community, Culture, and Continuity and Change (please note, 'Continuity and Change' was a new key area for 2018).

Please click on the PDF document opposite to open (click on the pop-out symbol in the top right corner).

Access our school policy documents here.

Our Learning

Our Communication

Our Programmes