Kedgley Intermediate

Believe Become Inspire

Kedgley Intermediate

Believe Become Inspire

Kedgley Intermediate

Believe Become Inspire

Kedgley Intermediate

Believe Become Inspire

Kedgley Intermediate

Believe Become Inspire

Kedgley Intermediate

Believe Become Inspire

Kedgley Intermediate

Believe Become Inspire

Kedgley Intermediate

Believe Become Inspire

COVID-19 ALERT LEVEL 4 – SCHOOL CLOSED

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Message from the principal

“Warm Pasifika greetings and welcome to our website which will provide insight into our purpose, values and aspirations for all year 7 and 8 learners at Kedgley Intermediate. With the unique character of learning for two years at intermediate school, our primary purpose is to ensure all involved with Kedgley Intermediate are nurtured with a sense of kotahitanga; focusing on the learner holistically. Our mantra of ‘Believe, Become, Inspire’ promotes an environment that is safe and nurturing and where potential is seen in every learner.”

Pelu Leaupepetele, Kedgley Intermediate Principal

Information on enrolment, strategic plan, newsletters, our Whānau Handbook and the Kedgley Music Centre.

Information about the KIS Learner, reporting to parents/caregivers and how you can help with your child’s learning at home.

Information about the Kedgley Intermediate School Board, Staff and Student Leaders.

Our Purpose

“To nurture our community of life long learners to succeed through confidence, connection and inquiring minds in an evolving world.”

“Kia poipoi te ākonga mo ake tonu ki te tū maia, ki te tūhono, me ki te whakaaro pakiki ki roto i tēnei Ao hurihuri.”

KIS Learning Community

What’s On

2021 Term Dates

Term 1: Thursday 4 February – Friday 16 April
Term 2: Monday 3 May – Friday 9 July
Term 3: Monday 26 July – Friday 1 October
Term 4: Monday 18 October – Thursday 16 December

School Hours:

8:45am – 3:00pm (Mon-Thu)
8:45am – 2:00pm (Fri)

Office Hours:
8:00am – 3:30pm (Mon – Fri)
VALUES
Respect
Respect means valuing other people’s point of view and being open to being proven wrong.
Helen – Year 8
Leadership
Great leaders are created through the quality of their actions and the integrity of their intent.
Maria – Year 8
Service

Service is an act of selflessness. You give – not expecting any reward. When you do service for someone, you sacrifice your time to help on your own accord. This means choosing to help for the sake of others.

Hsar Hay – Year 8

Kindness
To be kind is to be a courteous and a helpful person, to lift each other up rather than push each other down.
Farzeenat – Year 8
Resilience

Resilience is someone who has the right attitude to recover quickly from difficulties and toughness with the right mindset to do better.

Christopher – Year 8

Term highlights
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Tēnā koutou i tēnei ahiahi,Our Kapahaka, To Rōpū Īkara, entered the Tāmaki Makaurau Kura Tuatahi Kapa Haka Competition: Pānui 1 early this year, for the first time in Kedgley history. In honour of Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori, let’s take a look back at their performance that made our families, school and community proud.www.youtube.com/KedgleyCommunityKia Kaha Te Reo Maori,Nga mihi nui ... See MoreSee Less
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