Friday 25th September – Last day of Term 3 – School finishes at 2pm
Level 2 Guidelines
Morning ‘Kiss and Drop’
Drop your child off any time from 8:30am – 9am. No staggered times in the morning. Please, no parents on site
Afternoon Staggered Pickups
Afternoon pickups are staggered to minimise crowding at the gates. Please meet your child/children at the allocated time and place. See the map below for pick-up points.
2:50 pm – Whanau Harakeke (Yr 5/6) & families with children across the school.
-Rooms 6,7,8 & siblings – exit & pick up from Main carpark & crossing gate
-Rooms 19 & 20 – exit & pick up from the top gate (behind Room 20)
2:55 pm– Whanau Pohutukawa (Yr 3/4)
-Rooms 14, 15, 16, 17, & 18 exit & pick up from the Rainbow Room carpark
3:00 pm– Whanau Kowhai (Yr 1 & 2)
-Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4 – Exit & pick up from hall / pool carpark
-Rooms 11 & 12 – Exit & pick up from ‘Drazil’ gate (behind Rainbow Room)
-Rooms 5 & 13 children to be collected from the classroom.
3:00pm– children going to Buzz Club / Children walking or biking home
Please do not congregate at the school gates. Ensure 2m social distancing.
If you need to pick your child up early please wait outside the main gate and phone the office on 817 5140.
* Parents of new entrants in rooms 5 & 13 and any students requiring additional support may accompany their child to class. Please use the contact tracing app.
Welcome to Woodlands Park School
Greetings, Kia Ora, Hallo, Talofa lava, Malo e Lelei, Kia Orana, Bula, Ayubowan, Namaste, Konnichiwa, Nín hǎo, Guten Tag, Dia dhaoibh, Goeie dag, Kamusta, Salām, Bonjour, Shalom
Nau Mai Haere Mai and welcome to Woodlands Park School
Woodlands Park School is situated in a beautiful bush-clad valley adjacent to Scenic Drive in the Waitakere Ranges of West Auckland. There is a strong friendly, vibrant community feeling that identifies closely with the school, which is the focal point of Woodlands Park.
Woodlands Park School nurtures the development of our 400 students through the values and Maori principles of;
- Manaakitanga (showing care, kindness and respect)
- Whanaungatanga (positive relationships and family connections creating sense of belonging)
- Kaitiakitanga (connecting with our identity, culture and environment)
- Rangatiratanga (Leadership through understanding ourselves and our impact on others)
Our staff are committed to building strong relationships with our children through valuing individuality, identity and culture; we believe this is pivotal to creating a strong sense of belonging and essential to nurturing self-esteem and overall well-being. When this is in place, it creates a natural flow of relaxed learning and happiness leading to success. Our school has an excellent reputation for ongoing academic success, supporting and caring for children with additional needs and our commitment to caring for the environment.
Dame Whina Cooper encapsulates so accurately what we aspire to throughout our children’s six year educational journey at Woodlands Park School;
“Take care of our children, take care of what they hear, take care of what they see, take care of what they feel, for how the children grow, so will be the shape of Aotearoa..”
We look forward to welcoming you to our school and sharing with you our passion for excellence in all that we do.
Nga Mihi nui,