Albany Primary

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

Notice Board

  • We are pleased to advise that bookings for Terms 2 and 3 after school sports for netball are now open through Enrolmy.  Please read all information before registering your child.  Payments are required at the time of registration and we are unable to provide refunds.

    REGISTRATIONS CLOSE Friday 8th March at 3:00pm (or when teams are full).  Please note that we have restricted numbers to 1x team (8/9 students), however if we have enough students on our wait list we will create further teams.

    For further information and to register go to: https://enrolmy.com/albany-primary-school

    UPDATE FOR WEEK ENDING FRIDAY 1ST MARCH

    Many thanks to those families who supported our Partnership Meetings on Wednesday and Thursday.

    TUESDAY 27TH FEBRUARY

    Year 5/6 Waterwise at the Millennium Centre: Areas 21, 25, 26, 30 attending

    THURSDAY 29TH FEBRUARY

    Year 5/6 Waterwise at the Millennium Centre: Areas 23, 28, 39, 32 attending

    Board meeting, 6.00pm

    FRIDAY 1ST MARCH

    Year 5/6 Waterwise at the Millennium Centre: Areas 22, 24, 31 attending


WELCOME TO ALBANY PRIMARY SCHOOL

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 modelled 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.