Term Two 2023
First day of term 2 for our tamariki will be Wednesday 26th April 2023 (due to Teacher Only Day on Monday 24th and Anzac Day 25th) .
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Term 2 we transition to winter uniform where all students wear black covered in shoes, black socks or tights and a KidsCan jacket or green jersey.
If you have a new enrolment, please email Maree in the office (email@example.com) if you have any queries.
We are taking on new enrolments for 2023 and the online enrolment form can be found here: Download Enrolment Pack
Looking forward to a great year ahead!
This is returning to school after Covid Level lockdown
Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori Movement 2021
Pompallier Catholic School has a proud history of providing excellent primary education in a Christ centred environment for children from new entrant through to year eight.
We are an integral part of St. Joseph’s Catholic Parish and the Kaitaia community in the far north of New Zealand. Teaching and learning at Pompallier Catholic School is led by lay teaching staff in collaboration with the Parish Priest, the Board of Trustees, the school families and parishioners.
As a Mercy School, we proudly honour the spirit of the followers of Catherine McAuley as we live out the traditions of the Sisters of Mercy.
Mahi Tahi i Te Karaiti, to inspire and nurture leaders of learning and excellence.
Pompallier School is committed to the provision of quality education, inspired by the teachings of Jesus Christ. The Catholic Faith is expressed through the Mercy charism and values to make a positive difference in the community and environment. Pompallier Catholic School nurtures the development of each person’s full growth, in a continuing tradition of excellence.
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