Tēnā Koutou Katoa, Talofa Lava, Malo e Lelei, Kia Orana, Faakalofa Lahi Atu, Ni Sa Bula, Namaste, Noa'ia 'e Mauri, Salam, Kamusta, Sawasdee, Annyeonghaseyo, Greetings! 


Lockdown successfully completed - Tuesday 30th May, 8:37-8:46am

This morning at 8:37am we received a phone call from the police letting us know that they were looking for someone in our area.  To ensure the safety of all the children, we immediately put the school into lockdown to get everyone inside and monitored the gates to allow students to enter safely.  The police gave us the all-clear at 8:46am. We then called all classes under the Shade Structure for a debrief.  We were very pleased with how well we managed the situation, and we believe that our regular safety drills played a significant role in our successful response.

Lockdown Drill successfully held Thursday 27th April, 10:45am

RESPECT  :   Respect for Yourself, Respect for Others and Respect for the Environment. 

At Māngere East Primary School we all work very hard together to make sure our students get the best possible learning experiences every day.  We really value children's whānau as key people in the learning process.  

We encourage all whānau to participate in their children's school learning journey by staying in touch with their teachers, and through hui/meetings, our school app HERO, our weekly newsletter, school events, trips, Facebook page and this website.

Our school is located within the tribal boundaries of Te Wai o Hua, hapu or sub-tribe of Waikato Tainui. Our school acknowledges too the arrival of Te-Wai-o-Hua to Māngere.  Te Wai o Hua are descendants of the Tainui canoe. Our school seeks guidance from Kaumatua at Makaurau Marae, Ihumātao, Māngere when situations require their wisdom.

In consultation with our community we developed our school vision which is 'Me ako Tahi Tātou - Together We Learn', and our key value of Respect: Respect for Yourself, Respect for Others and Respect for the Environment.