The opportunity to achieve to a high academic level (see latest ERO profile report)
Quality teaching and learning programs by one of our 22 ‘Normal School’ teachers
An incredible selection of 20+ extra-curricular activities and 40+ sports teams
An inclusive multicultural environment with a growing use of Te reo Māori and honouring of Te Tiriti o Waitangi
Well equipped classes with computers, ipads and either a data projectors, large screen TV or interactive whiteboard
A separate environment for five and six year olds
Excellent primary age ESOL teaching
The benefits of partnerships with the University of Otago and an overseas sister school.
An award winning character education / values programme
Quality support programmes such as Advanced Abilities, ESOL, Special Needs and Reading Recovery that meet learning needs of individual children
A focus on wellbeing through the use of our strengths-based teaching and learning approach.
A rich performing arts school culture - we have a specialist music teacher
Weekly science learning from a specialist science teacher
Saturday Morning Music Classes
An annual camp (Year 6) and city adventure week (Year 5)
'Georgies' - Before school and after school programme
Friendships with other happy George Street Normal children!