Newmarket School is consistently high performing. The school’s curriculum provides its diverse students with rich, varied learning opportunities. Affirming relationships, positive expectations and values create a sound foundation for students’ learning. Trustees, leaders and teachers help to ensure these positive features are sustained and grow through effective governance, leadership and teaching.

-Education Review Office, 2015

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  • Decile: 8
  • Type: Contributing
  • Gendre: Co-Ed
  • Authority: State

From these roots will strong trees grow
Noo wenei pakiaka ka tupu e rakau kaha

Our Vision
We aspire to grow connected, generous, thoughtful leaders who reach for the stars.

Mission Statement
To provide an outstanding learning environment that ensures all students reach their potential with respect and dignity.

Our Values
  • Respect -Do what is right
  • Kindness - Willing to help
  • Perseverance - Make it happen
Our Leadership Principles
Our three guiding principles focus on leadership Tino Rangatiratanga 
Leading Self
Is about Whananungatanga (relationships).
Being connected requires students to develop a secure sense of identity.   To achieve this we learn to know ourselves, develop resilience, set goals, and work towards achieving these goals and our potential. 
Leading with others
Is about Manaakitanga (values).
Developing a generosity of spirit involves the ability to walk in others' shoes, to see issues from others' perspectives, to develop empathy and to support others.  
Leading in our world
Is about Kaitiakitanga (guardianship).
Our hands-on learners are guardians that aim high, step up, and are thoughtful and sensitive of environments both local and distant.