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Greenhithe School
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Welcome to Greenhithe Primary School

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Principal’s Message

I am incredibly proud of our team at Greenhithe School.  We have an amazing group of talented teachers who provide the best possible learning opportunities for our children.  Our teachers are supported by a wonderful group of teacher aides, office staff and a hard working caretaker who help to create the engaging learning environment at our school.  We have a very active Board of Trustees and a leadership team who are passionate about enhancing the learning experiences of every child at Greenhithe School.

As a school we present many learning opportunities to our students.  The children experience a range of activities including dancing, sporting events, singing, drama, art, science, financial literacy, as well as learning the skill of literacy, maths and inquiry learning that will help our children to be confident, life long learners. 

Many thanks to you, the parents, caregivers and local community, who support us throughout the year.  We truly value the help you provide in so many ways, including with road patrol, in-class help, library duties, engagement with our ‘Friends of Greenhithe School’ (FOGS) group, management of sports teams and support with school trips and camp.

Thank you for taking the time to explore our updated website, which we hope gives you an impression of the variety of opportunities available at our school. We look forward to welcoming and working alongside you and your children. 

Stephen Grady
Principal

Stephen Grady
Principal

News

Greenhithe Events

Gold Coin Donation for the Victims of Christchurch. Thank you Greenhithe Community for your generous donations today. We will let you know the final collection amount next week. Kia Kaha

Events

Mar
22
Fri
Gold Coin donation and Mufti
Mar 22 all-day

On Friday 22nd March we will hold a mufti day, with the children contributing a gold coin. Stephen Grady has spoken to members of the local community who have suggested we dress in our national colours, either black or white, or blue from our flag to show that we are kiwis standing together at this time. We have been advised that the wearing of red is the least culturally appropriate colour from the perspective of the community involved. Thankyou Greenhithe Community.

Mar
25
Mon
Life Education visiting Greenhithe
Mar 25 – Apr 11 all-day

Health and Social Education lessons provided by Life Education and Harold the giraffe.

Mar
31
Sun
Shore to Shore
Mar 31 all-day

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Our children grow to be capable, balanced, confident learners who embrace new experiences and opportunities.

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