Templeton School has an enthusiastic, innovative teaching team who are committed to providing a quality learning environment and learning opportunities for all children. We are focused on improving learning and teaching, empowering teachers and actively promoting teamwork. Our teachers are focused on improving their teaching practice and the learning opportunities they provide for children.
We have wonderful administration and support staff who help to ensure the school runs smoothly. Our teacher aides assist and provide effective support programmes for children who may be at risk of not achieving, and for those with Special Needs.
Our marvellous caretakers and cleaners maintain a physically attractive environment for children and teachers to enjoy.
Positive and respectful relationships exist between children, teachers and parents. This reflects our Templeton Value of Working Together and provides us with a strong sense of community.
JUNIOR LEARNING TEAM
| Korimako | Tūī |
Middle LEARNING TEAM
| Kākā |
senior LEARNING TEAM
| Pohutukawa |
intermediate LEARNING TEAM
| Rm 10 | Rm 14 | Rm 15 |
Board of Trustees
The Templeton School Board of Trustees is made up of five elected parents, the principal and staff representative. The Templeton Board have a meeting twice per term, usually on a Tuesday from 6.00pm. Please see the school calendar for dates.
The Templeton Board is made up of the following members:
CHAIRPERSON: Paul Austin
DEPUTY CHAIRPERSON: Matt Signal
PARENT REP: Carla Fraser
PARENT REP: Adrian Matthews
PARENT REP: Rebecca Moffatt
PARENT REP: Karleen Te Rongopai Weidner
PRINCIPAL | TUMUAKI: Nick Pratt
STAFF REP: Ali Stewart
MINUTES SECRETARY: Glynis Dart
Board information and minutes are available from the school office. Templeton Primary School has had two successful 4 - 5 year ERO reviews, the first in 2013 followed by 2018.
mana ake team
Uru Mānuka Mana Ake team 2022
Kia ora and hello from your Mana Ake team! We’re here working within the Uru Mānuka school community to support your tamariki and whānau with wellbeing. We work alongside whānau to help support with issues ranging from anxiety, social skills, grief, challenging emotions and anything else that might affect tamariki and their mana. We provide positive strength based influence, from brief individual intervention, groups and in home support. If you think your child or whānau would benefit from some support from us, please contact your school.
Say hi if you see us around – we’re pretty friendly!
Theo Johnston-Maurenbrecher is at school on Wednesday mornings from 8.30am until 9.30am for parent drop ins for any questions or wonderings. If you would like to make a 1-1 appointment to chat then please ring Theo on 027 284 1887 to book an appointment.
There are currently no vacancies at Templeton School