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Coming up…

Monday 21 August: Te Kawerau ā Maki – Visiting students 9:30 am
Tuesday 22 August: Cluster Basketball
Tuesday 22 August: EPro8 Internal Event (Y5-6)
Tuesday 22 – Wednesday 23 August: MBIS Enrolments
Wednesday 23 August: ICAS Science Block 1
Wednesday 23 August: Girls on Fire Y5-6 Lunchtime Programme
Wednesday 23 August: Northern Rovers FC Lunchtime Training
Thursday 24 August: Principal Cafe 1:45 pm
Thursday 24 August: Marimba Group Y5-6 – 8:20 am-9:30 am
Thursday 24 August: Ukulele Club 12:30 pm
Thursday 24 August: Senior Choir 12:30 pm
Thursday 24 August: Y3-4 Team Assembly 2.15 pm-3 pm
Friday 25 August: Y0-2 Team Assembly 1.30 pm-2.15 pm, Y5-6 Team Assembly 2.15 pm-3 pm
Friday 25 August: Cluster Basketball save day
Saturday 26 August: PTA QUIZ Night

Monday 28 August: Cluster Football
Tuesday 29 August: Seniors Zoo Trip for Rooms 15, 18 & 19
Tuesday 29 August: Seniors Trip to Kelly Tarltons for Rooms 14, 16 & 17
Wednesday 30 August: ICAS Maths
Wednesday 30 August: Girls on Fire Y5-6 Lunchtime Programme
Wednesday 30 August: Northern Rovers FC Lunchtime Training
Saturday 2 September: Marimba Festival

A message from our Tumuaki

On Friday, 11 August, Mairangi Bay School hosted our very first Matariki evening service for our school community. Matariki is a time for our tamariki (students), kaimahi (staff) and whānau (families) to come together to acknowledge the year gone by and make plans for the year ahead. Our Senior Kapa Haka (over 80 students from Years 5 and 6), led our service, recognising the importance of this special celebration.





Our tamariki, whānau, and community partners joined together, celebrating the Māori New Year, enjoying a free sausage sizzle, coffee and sharing stories together. It was the perfect evening to celebrate our kura as we “learn together to create a better tomorrow”, under the stars.


Please join us at the ONZA MARIMBA FESTIVAL on Saturday 2 September.
Year 5 Marimba group 12 noon concert
Year 6 Marimba group 4 pm concert

The poster competition was won by Zara Nastevska, 10yo, Year 6 student at Mairangi Bay School. Congratulations Zara.
A t-shirt printed with her design will be presented to her at the festival event.


2024 Term Dates

The term dates for 2024 have been added to the sidebar of our newsletter to help you plan for 2024.

Celebrate the Father figure in your life!

Whether it’s a Dad, Uncle, Grandad or Poppa in your life, make them feel extra special this Father’s Day with our ezlunch giveaway. Every lunch order gets you a chance to win one of THREE $50 ‘Bunnings’ vouchers.

Order ezlunch for delivery from Monday 21 August – Friday 1 September 2023 to be in the draw to WIN!

Three vouchers, three winners!

The winners will be drawn on Friday 1 September and notified by email/phone.
Go to to start ordering.

After School Activities

Community Notices

Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand has asked that we share the following information with our school community.

This winter, between Monday 12 June and Saturday 30 September, participating community pharmacies in Auckland will provide a Minor Health Conditions Service for Māori and Pacific people, children aged under 14 years, and community service card holders.

The service allows pharmacists to have a clinical consultation and provide advice as well as medication if needed for a select set of minor health conditions no cost to the patient.

It also includes whānau members of a child with similar symptoms. For example, if the pharmacist determines your child needs treatment for scabies and they have older brothers or sisters, or you yourself also have symptoms, they may provide advice and medication for all of you.

The following health conditions are included in the Minor Health Conditions Service:

Acute diarrhoea
Eye inflammation and infections
Pain and fever
Minor skin infections

If your condition needs further support, the pharmacist can tell you the best place to go to get further help.

Let’s spread the word to our friends and whānau about this new service! It’s also important to remember that you can always speak to your local pharmacist for free health advice, even if you are not eligible for this service.

Participating pharmacies can be found by going to HealthPoint and searching “Minor Health Conditions”. You can also find a list here.

General Elections

Āwhinatia tō hapori kia whakaputaina ngā whakairo
Help your community have their say

The 2023 General Election will be held in October and we want every eligible New Zealander to enrol and vote.

Voting starts on Monday 2 October and finishes at 7 pm on election day, Saturday 14 October.

We’d like your help to get as many New Zealanders as possible to have their say. Let’s work together to make that happen.

You can help by sharing information with your community about enrolling and voting in this year’s General Election.

On our website you’ll find information and links to resources you can download or order to share in a variety of ways – on social media, on your website, in newsletters or direct communications, or as display materials at your workplace, marae, library, or community centre to help spread the word to your friends, whānau and community.

Resources are available in different languages, te reo Māori dialects, and alternate formats. We’ll continue adding new resources to share as the election approaches.

We value your support in helping us make information about enrolling and voting available to your community and encouraging their participation in the 2023 General Election.

Enrol. Vote. Be Heard.

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