Albany Primary

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

Notice Board

  • On Thursday (26th March) schools will be completely closed as New Zealand will be at  COVID-19 alert Level 4- ELIMINATE ie, full isolation until 22nd April (may be amended).  The Prime Minister has requested that we move into the school holiday period early (30th March - 14th April), we will be providing a variety of on-line resources for your children to access during term dates.

    We will be thinking of you and your families over the next four weeks, please refer to the attached newsletters 25th March 27th March for important information, and our Coronavirus tab which has important information and useful links.

    Tu i te tawhiti engari kia kotahi te noho - Stand at a distance but together as one.

    Maree Bathurst, Principal


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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 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

  www.whanaukiteako.nz 

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.