Valley School Pukekohe - Effort Brings Reward


Reminder Book Fair

22 - 26 August

3 - 3.30pm every day 

No Eftpos but paper forms for credit cards

No book parade this year

Everyone Welcome! We have an author/storyteller working with pupils this week and there will be a performance by our senior school on Friday afternoon at 2:30pm.  This replaces our usual school assembly.



NZEI & PPTA Paid Union Meeting



The NZEI and PPTA unions have called a joint paid union meeting on Wednesday 14 September at 1.30pm.

Many of our teachers will be attending this meeting. Students, with permission from home, will be able to leave school at 12:30 pm on the day. The school will be providing supervision for any students whose families cannot pick up their children that afternoon. More information will follow soon.

All Franklin schools are involved in these meetings.

Kids After School will do an early pick up that day – parents need to contact them to arrange this.






Great effort at the Year 6 Mathex!

Congratulations to our two teams of mathematical stars who did us proud at the Franklin Mathex competition last night. As 2015 Champions the pressure was on our teams and they responded magnificently by finishing 5th out of 40 teams.

Well done!






Golden Gala 2016

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New to 2016 - The Valley Gazette. 
Read all about what's been happening around our school from our Editor's in Chief - Harit & Callum.
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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.

nclude everyone

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.