Albany Primary

Albany Primary School
"Where learning makes a difference..."

Notice Board


    Monday 16th September
    6.30 Parent curriculum meetings – Chinese, Korean, Indian and African

    Wednesday 18th September
    11.00 Peter Millett (author) in for Year 3,4,5,6 students

    Thursday 19th September
    3.30 – 7.30 Student Led Conferences

    Friday 20th September
    Albany community Chinese cultural festival at AJHS

    Decile Review family survey
    If you have not already done so could you please complete and return the survey to the school office before Thursday 19th September.


We are a school with a rich history and an exciting future. We pride ourselves on the happy, friendly and safe environment that is evident from the moment you enter our grounds. Learning is not silent at our school but shouts with curiosity and challenge.

Our goal is to ensure that your child is given every opportunity possible to develop and grow through our inclusive and holistic curriculum.

The school's vision "where learning makes a difference" is the foundation for all we do.
 Our values of respect, excellence, aroha and caring, creativity, and honesty (REACH) are modeled and reinforced by the teachers as essential qualities that we all strive for in our learning community.


Albany Primary School belongs to a Community of Learning (COL) 
Whānau ki te ako

   Better Together: A connected pathway for empowered learners 

Made up of seven schools, Whānau ki te ako is a Kāhui Ako in North Auckland. Our current community vision 'Better Together: A connected pathway for empowered learners' reflects our shared thinking and journey together.  Please feel free to click on the above logo to visit our Whānau ki te ako website.