Churchill Park School is conducting a lockdown exercise.  All updates are provided on our website.  Please do not come to the school or phone the school as you will not be attended to.  We will update this website when the exercise has been completed.  Thank you.

Churchill Park School has gone into lockdown because of ______________.  We will continue to provide updates on our website as often as possible.  Please do not come to the school or phone the school as you will not be attended to and this may cause disruption to the management of this incident and could potentially place yourselves and/or our staff and student’s safety at risk.  We will update this website when the lockdown has been completed.  Thank you. 

Rangitoto Whānau

Rangitoto Whānau

Our boutique-sized Intermediate Syndicate comprises three composite Year 7 and 8 classes. Currently, the three classroom teachers are Ms Melissa Gainsford (Syndicate Leader), Ms Charlotte Jackson and Mr David Dean.  

Supporting our students, we have specialists - Mrs Lisa Payton (Science ), Ms Anna McLeod (Music), Ms Natalie Baker (Sport) and Mr Mark Webster (Digital Technologies).

Our classes allow provision for all students to take advantage of the many opportunities offered for personal development. Our students are involved in an individualised learning programme (ILP). In addition to this, we offer a wide range of other opportunities including a spelling bee, 'Win with Words' writing competition, APPA speech competition, literature studies, Mathex, Otago Problem Solving Challenge, Jump Jam, marimba band, senior rock band, choir, kapa haka and chess.

Student leadership comprises a Year 8 Student Council, Year 7 Sports House captains and assorted Peer Support, Travelwise, Walking School Bus supervisors and Environmental representatives leading our Green-Gold journey.

School Council initiatives have included a joint Auckland City Council wetlands development, the integration of two water tanks, a Friendship Garden, an Outdoor Classroom and the national award-winning, Sound Wall.

Sporting opportunities include Eastern Zone and Inter-zone competitions in all fields. We also offer extra-curricular involvement in a variety of sports including netball, basketball and water polo.

A variety of EOTC (Education Outside the Classroom) experiences are incorporated into our programme. These include: Camp Raglan (every second year), Mairangi Bay surf lifesaving and beach education (odd years), Rotoroa Island, Millennium Institute, Sonshine Ranch and other appropriate day excursions.

Health instruction incorporates visits from the Life Education Trust (annually) and St. Johns First Aid providers. Pubertal Change is taught by classroom teachers.


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