Allandale School is a wonderful state primary school sited in the suburb of Kopeopeo, 3km southwest of the Whakatāne township.  The school has approximately 420 students in 20 classrooms. We have three bi-lingual classes ranging from Year 1 to Year 6. We are committed to meeting the diverse learning needs of our children. We have wonderful facilities, including an e-learning programme which provides Chromebooks to all of our Year 5 and 6 students. 

Allandale School actively promotes a culture of respect (manaakitanga) and responsibility (kawenga).  Our learning environments are characterised by positive tuakana-teina and 
adult-student interactions and relationships (whānaungatanga). Students feel valued and demonstrate confidence and pride in who they are and where they come from.   

Our great teachers love teaching our children.  Allandale School encourages the participation by all children in a wide range of learning experiences within the academic, sporting, cultural and outdoor arena. Our school values what parents, staff and students have to contribute and we welcome parents into an open and caring environment knowing that community input is a most important ingredient in the success of our school. 

We promote a safe and healthy environment where students can grow and develop to their full potential. We encourage children to respect the opinions of others and promote an harmonic working environment in which to learn. We constantly encourage students to strive for excellence and together we will continue to cater for the academic, physical and social needs of all pupils.

Allandale School is a fun place to work and learn.

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Allandale School, Whakatane

Pink Shirt Day

This Friday (May 18th), Allandale School invites our students and staff to join schools around the world and wear a pink shirt in place of their Allandale gold in support of Pink Shirt Day.

Pink Shirt Day began in Nova Scotia, Canada in 2007. A group of students stood up to defend a kid who was bullied for wearing a pink shirt. In a show of solidarity, many of his peers turned up to school the next day wearing pink shirts, and Pink Shirt Day was born. By wearing a pink shirt, we identify ourselves as an ally. The pink shirt is a way of showing those being bullied that there are many people around who care.

Please note that Pink Shirt Day is not a mufti day, and that no gold coin donation is required. Students who choose not to wear a pink shirt are expected to come to school in uniform.
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Allandale Primary School

Allandale Primary School

 

167 King Street,Whakatane, 3120

Ph: (07) 308 7645

Cell: 021 025 01768

Fax: (07) 307 0868

Email: learnalot@allandale.school.nz

 

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