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The Randwick Way

At Randwick school we use the Randwick Way behaviour guidelines with our Students. ​These guidelines are focused on creating a positive, safe and engaging learning environment for all students.

The Randwick School Vision

To nurture the mana of our tamariki

When we walk through the school gates, we’re part of the Randwick whanau. As a whanau we show the school values in the classroom, playground and community.

Make sure we’re in the right place, at the right time, doing the right thing.

For example:

  • During class time we are focused on learning.

  • We are seated for the first 10 minutes at lunch time eating our lunch.

  • We are outside on sunny days unless the teacher has given us permission to be inside.


Be kind to people and look after each other.

For example:

  • Show respect towards everyone.

  • Care for people when they are unhappy or hurt.

  • Share our spaces and equipment.


Take responsibility for making our school a safe and happy place for everyone.

For example:

  • Display a positive attitude.

  • Show respect and pride in our school by looking after our equipment and caring for our environment.

  • As a whanau we stand up for what’s right.

  • If you make a mistake, put it right.


School Hours

School is open for students from 8.15 am to 3.00 pm.  The school day is broken into the following sections:


8:55 am       School Starts

11:00 am     Interval

11:30 am     School resumes

1:00 pm       Lunch time

1:10 pm       Play

1:50 pm       School resumes

3:00 pm       School finishes



8:30 am to 3:15 pm Monday to Friday.  If you have any business with the office, please keep within these times.

2023 Term Dates

Term 1

 February 1st - 6th April

Term 2

April 24th - 30th June 

Term 3

July 17th - 22nd September 

Term 4

October 9th - 15th December

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Our Technology

Randwick is a future focused school and as such technology and devices play a big part in our day to day learning.


Students are encouraged to develop their technology literacy through a range of meaningful tasks  including but not limited to:

  • Presenting their learning through a range of platforms such as Google docs, Google slides, iMovie, Garageband and Poplet, then using their work as a tool for peer to peer learning.

  • Class blogs to publish writing 

  • Using online learning tools such as Mathletics and Study Ladder

Randwick School provides children with a range of devices housed in school including iMacs, iPads, Macbooks and Chromebooks. We currently operate with:

  • Individual Chromebooks for all Year 5-8 Students, along with Class ipads and Macbooks.

  • Class Chromebooks, iPads and Macbooks for  New Entrant-Year 3 Students

Nga Piko Piko 

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