Our recent move to a new site and purpose built Learning Hubs has enhanced our Teaching and Learning Programmes.
Our Learning Hubs include purpose-built breakout spaces, maker spaces and green outdoor spaces where students can work by themselves, in pairs, small groups or as a whole Hub. Our Hubs represent the parts of the rafts that travelled the local waterways to the local pa.
Raupō, Muka, Harakeke, Pītau and Pūhara
Each learning hub has a spread of two year groups. We have a designated nest area for all New Entrants to begin their educational journey at Spreydon School. There are 2-3 teachers in each Learning Hub. Each student within the hub has their own Homeroom teacher that they spend most of their learning time and day with. This teacher is responsible for developing a strong relationship with each learner and their whānau, reporting to parents on the progress, achievement, and well-being of the tamariki in their Homeroom. By valuing the relationship between Homeroom teachers, students and whanau, the aspirations and needs of all learners and their whanau are shared and encouraged.
Our School Vision
Te kura o Mōkihi Spreydon School’s vision was reviewed in 2021 to match our new surrounding and changing environment in which we live in both physically and globally.
Our Vision for our School:
Te kura o Mōkihi Spreydon School – Growing the Heart of our Community
Our Spreydon Values are made up of our Heart Values: