Parent Teacher Meetings
Monday 6th March to Friday 10thMarch
Online bookings for our parent-teacher meetings are now open.
These meetings are an opportunity for you to meet the teacher and discuss your child, their interests, thoughts about school and anything else that impacts on your child’s school experience.
All times are before or after school so there is no impact on teaching and learning.
Once on the site you will be able to find the teacher you require and available times for you to book.
If you have any problems please phone or visit the office and we will be happy to make a booking for you.
If you are not available that week please contact the class teacher to make another time to meet.
Help us Win Books for our Library
What was the first book you remember reading?
Complete our online survey by clicking here
On Monday 13 February students held up signs reminding motorists on East St, to slow down in school zones. Next time it will be with the support of the police and speed cameras. Here are a few safety tips to keep the entrances to Valley School safe for children entering and leaving school.
Leave the car at home, when possible, and walk to school.
Park the car away from school and let your child walk into school.
Teach your child how to safely cross roads, be a good role model.
Join one of the Walking School Buses, which operate from Colin Lawrie Fields and Totara Ave.
Friday 10 March, 2017 - Clarks Beach
Click here for online registration and information.
And back by popular demand: Four triathlon training sessions with Auckland Council at Bledisloe Park from 4-5 pm on Tuesday 14th, 21st and 28th February, and Tuesday 7th March.
Yummy Stickers - earn sports equipment
Kelly Club Before and After
School Care is at
Valley School NOW
Continuing in 2017 - The Valley Gazette.
Read all about what's been happening around our school from our new Editor's in Chief - Jasbinder & Joshua.
Click on the Valley Gazette folder
now what learning is
Valley kids show "courage” when it comes to learning. Students know how to be prepared for learning, what tools they need and the right attitude to bring to all learning situations.
Valley kids show respect for themselves and each other. They have a strong sense of "honour” and do what is morally right. They are the most important part of the Valley School community.
iscover their individuality
Valley kids are "loyal”. They can be relied upon to participate and contribute in all learning situations. They are curious about the world and willing to take risks with their learning.
trive for success
Valley kids always show a ‘can-do’ attitude. They set learning goals and strive to achieve them. They show "endurance” in all they do by demonstrating stamina and determination.