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Nau Mai, Haere Mai
ki te Kura ō Waterloo

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Welcome to Waterloo School

Thank you for visiting our website, I do hope you enjoy browsing through it.


Our key priority is to empower our tamariki so they have the skills and active learning traits to be life-long learners and positive citizens.  The school values of respect, responsibility and resilience sit at the heart of all we do.

We have an open door policy and I invite you to visit the school at any time to have a look around or to participate in any of the many activities we offer.

What's Happening?

What's Coming Up?

Here's the Meaning Behind our New Logo


We are all connected - to the land and to each other.  This theme explores the connections between us all - from the Hills (green) to Te Awakairangi (blue), the Waterloo interchange (black), Waterloo School and our community at the heart of it all.

Central to the logo’s core is the red W for Waterloo School.  The red W also reflects a bird taking flight (empowering the child to take flight on their own individual path) while also symbolising the bloodline of the school running through the community.


Our School Day 


8:55am School Starts (classrooms open at 8:30am)

11:00am - 11:30am ~ Morning Interval

1:00pm - 2:00pm ~ Lunch

3:00pm ~ Home Time


8:55am School Starts (classrooms open at 8:30am)

11:00am - 11:30am ~ Morning Interval

12:30pm - 1:30pm ~ Lunch

3:00pm ~ Home Time

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Bikes and scooters must be walked through the school grounds after 8:30am and before 3:15pm

No one except staff members and cars displaying a mobility permit are allowed to use the staff car park. 

Offenders will be towed at their own expense. 

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