Kia ora koutou

The Prime Minister has announced that we will move to Alert Level 2 – Reduce at 11.59pm on Wednesday 13 May 2020.

The overriding principles for Alert level 2 – Reduce are:

  • To MINIMISE the risk that someone gets infected in the first place (personal hygiene and Cough, sneeze etiquette)

  • To ensure we can IDENTIFY and CONTACT everyone who has been in lose contact with a person if someone in a school is INFECTED

  • UNDERSTAND that level 2 is NOT business as usuaL

Our teachers and staff are preparing for the ‘safe return’ of our students:

  • Health and safety is everyone’s responsibility at Manurewa East School
  • If your child is sick or unwell in anyway, please keep them at home
  • All student contact information must be up to date for our tracing register and in the event we need to contact caregivers
We will keep you informed as we progress.

Term 2 began on 15 April 2020 via Distance Learning
Our teachers have been working hard setting up our learning hub for Home Learning and will regularly be adding to the site.
You can access this site by clicking on the Home Learning button below.

Home Learning

We will continue to keep you updated as we progress
Be Kind, Be Safe, Stay Home, Save Lives!

Mary Takatainga

Kia ora koutou Manurewa East School Whanau

We pride ourselves as belonging to a vibrant place of learning where we are all learners together. Children who attend our school are expected to develop academically, socially and physically; always seeking ways to determine their own learning.

Our students are given extensive opportunities to participate in sporting and cultural events. Currently we have two Maori bilingual classes.

Our school provides the best quality teaching by dedicated professional staff, who are given ongoing professional development, to ensure they have the best support in their roles as teachers, as possible.

Teachers are expected to care for the children at this school as if they were their own. This means not only will they teach the New Zealand Curriculum in core areas such as reading, writing and maths but they will endeavour to support their learning in whatever area it takes to help build them into life long learners who will make positive contributions to our society.

Our students will be encouraged to dream big dreams and work hard to achieve them.