Worser Bay School - Te Kura o Whetukairangi, a community school packed with happy confident learners.
Welcome to Worser Bay; a small school with big ideals. Our passionate teaching team engages with all children through an exciting learning programme that encourages inquiry and investigation. Students and teachers have fun learning together and striving for excellence in all aspects of school life. A comprehensive sports, music and arts programme, delivered by dedicated teachers, complements all academic learning and provides plenty of opportunities for children to extend their abilities. Perched above Worser Bay Beach, we make the most of our beautiful setting and its environs for outdoor education and community learning.
Come and visit us soon -
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Download the latest School Newsletter.
Click here for Stationery lists for 2014. Click here for instructions on ordering stationery.
Click here for Acceptable Use of Technologies Agreement.
Download the Order Form for our Fundraising Wine.
Purchase quality books for yourself or the school library from Select Books.
Message from the Library re using the library catalogue.
Click here to access the School Library catalogue from outside the school.
Click here to access the School Library catalogue from within the school.
Wrap it Up - Sushi Lunches every Friday
Orders need to be placed via www.wrapitup.co.nz by 9am on a Friday.
See our latest School Newsletter link for what's been happening around the school lately.
ASSEMBLY DATES FOR
TERM 4 (9.10 am):
Friday 31 October
Friday 14 November
Friday 21 November
Friday 12 December
OUR ON LINE PAYMENT SYSTEM, www.wrapitup.co.nz,
IS NOW UP AND RUNNING -Pay for lunch orders, trips, sports and much more... It's just so easy!
Take a look at our blogs!
See our exciting Outdoor Learning Environment Master Plan for our outdoor area - go to About Us on this website.
Keep an eye out for our ParentNet emails. These will keep you up to speed with what is happening on the fundraising and social events scene.
Kia pai to ra,
(Have a great day!)