General Info

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    There is a bus which travels from Pukekohe to Mauku school and back daily.  The morning bus is called F7 - it stops at the corner of Kayes Road and Beatty Road at 7.40 am, 12 Montgomery Ave at 7.42am  & 98 Victoria Street at 7.43 am. The afternoon bus follows the reverse route home and is called F1.  It leaves school at 2.50 pm.


    Bus payments MUST be made before your child can use this service. Automatic payments are the best option - Please enquire at the office.





    Mauku school is a Sun Smart School and all the children are required to wear a uniform hat in Terms 1 and 4.




    Mauku School is a Health Promoting School. The Junior School studets will have a "Brain Food" snack of fruit at the mid morning fitness break.

    We would like Parents to make sure students are given at least one piece of fruit a day. We allow only water bottles during class time.

    All other lunch wrappers will be returned home in the child's lunchbox.





    ALL students are required to wear our school uniform -  school polo shirt and sweatshirt.  Dark bottoms (black or dark coloured shorts, skirts etc).  Uniforms are sold at school only, on a Thursday 8:30 - 9:00 and 2.30 - 3:00.

Board Of Trustees

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    Role of the Board



    Mauku School Board of Trustees is elected to look after the interests of our school, and ensure the best education for our children. We are not involved in the ordinary day to day running of the school. This is looked after by the Principal and teachers. The Board is concerned with policies and financial management, and maintaining the school environment (buildings and amenities).


    Board of Trustees


    Andrew Gooley (Chairperson)

    Sam Colquhoun

    Kevin O'Callaghan

    Damian O'Connor

    Sally Warrender


    Principal  -  Angela Smith

    Staff Rep -  James Christie


    All the Parents are welcome to attend Board Of Trustees meetings.



Our Staff

PTA News

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    Donations and ideas are sought by the PTA, as they are involved in raising funds for the school.  Funds raised benefit the school and pupils in different ways, ranging from helping with camp costs, classroom and playground items, and bus costs to various activities.


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