At our school we endeavour to develop the whole child and part of that development relates to co-curricular activities. 

We offer a number of sporting and cultural activities, together with a series of education opportunities outside the classroom. 


Schools have an important role in promoting sport through the co-curricular programmes they offer students. These programmes allow students to build on and apply the knowledge, skills, and attitudes they develop in the school's physical education curriculum. Organised school sports programmes should neither be seen as substitutes for sport studies in this curriculum nor as the specific domain of physical education teachers.

The effective promotion and organisation of school sport should reflect the needs of students and ensure that all students have the opportunity to:

Education Outside the Classroom

Education Outside the Classroom (EOTC) is an important part of school life at our school.

The interactions that take place while students are involved in learning outside the classroom are rich opportunities for implementing many aspects of the NZ Curriculum. 

The experiences students have together beyond the classroom are important not only because of the learning that occurs for each individual student but also for the shared experience that teachers can draw on afterwards for further learning opportunities.

E.O.T.C and Senior Camp

We try to provide opportunities for Education Outside the Classroom each term, to enrich children’s learning.  The cost of these activities will be charged at the time of the event. Every second year we take our senior class on a ski camp to Wanaka


Garden to Table

Garden to Table is a charitable trust that supports primary and intermediate schools and kura to take learning out of the classroom and into the garden and the kitchen. Garden to Table schools teach thousands of kiwi kids knowledge and skills that have a transformative and lifelong impact on their hauora — wellbeing — and on the world around them. 

For more information on Garden to Table, see their website: https://gardentotable.org.nz.

The Garden to Table process is:

Grow: Develop practical lifeskills alongside awareness of sustainability and environmentalism.

Harvest: Hard work and patience pays off with a sense of achievement.

Prepare: Develop skills for cooking meals from scratch.

Share: The age-old ritual of sharing food.