ANZAC Commemoration Serivce 2013
Thursday 25th April, 2013
Photo of our the Manakau School children who attended the service. Well done to all the children and their families.
The Manakau School pupils (those who are not on holiday) supported the ANZAC Commemoration Service 2013 held by the Cenotaph (War Memorial)
Firstly our thanks to our Ngati Wehi Wehi whanau who make this all happen each year with alot of help from different parts of the Manakau Community.
Our Manakau School children excelled as they lead the singing of the National Anthem and this was followed by a poem read by Gabriel Woolston who read "In Flanders Field".
To the Manakau School Board of Trustees who were able to attend this was excellent support.Please find a link to some of the photos taken today.
ANZAC 2013 Service Commemoration photos.
125 School Reunion
Manakau School 125th Reunion
21st and 22nd June 2013
The Information Pack and Registration form has been added to the Manakau School website
Please feel free to download the information
Welcome to Manakau School
The school's vision is to develop academic, social, physical and spiritual growth in children and therefore equip them with the qualities they need to develop a rewarding future.
Specifically, it aims to achieve excellence in literacy and numeracy, whilst providing exciting opportunities in ICT and The Arts
Established in 1888, Manakau School is situated just off State Highway One, 7km north of Otaki, on the outskirts of the small attractively presented village of Manakau. This decile five school enrols children from New Entrants to Year 6 and consists of three classrooms, of which two are currently used and are composite over at least two age levels. Thirty six percent of the children attending Manakau School are boys, with twenty five percent of children Maori.
Manakau School Motto
Manakau School 2012 photo
This photo was taken outside the Manakau School. This is a very impressive photo.