Our school vision:
Ma te mōhio ka ora, ma te ora ka mōhio:
Learn to Live, Live to Learn.
Our vision is to create a culture of continuous learning that grows connected confident students; championed to be active contributors to our kura, Kerehana community and global world.
St. Leonards Road School has been in operation since 1962. We have a proud, longstanding history of providing an excellent education for the Kelston community.
Community and student voice, ensures our co-designed local curriculum provides authentic learning opportunities; supporting our students to learn how to live, and live to be life-long learners.
Through the practice of AKO, we support our students to be strong in their identity, confident in who they are, connected and actively involved in our school, the Kelston community and as global citizens.
As Principal of St. Leonards Road School, it is my privilege to serve our tamariki, their parents, whānau and our wonderfully rich, diverse community. I warmly invite you to look through our website to find out more about our school and Kāhui Ako.
New Enrolments are Welcome
Imagination and Innovation
The children returned to school on the first day of term to discover Moana's waka in our school pool. Using their imagination and innovation they will draw on their technological and scientific skills to design a new waka for Moana.
Watch this space!
We had a very busy last day of term 2 celebrating Matariki planting Kawa Kawa and other plants to start our Rongoa garden. We were honoured to have our Kaumatua Papa Ngaro support our Kapa Haka group who lead this. We would like to acknowledge EcoMatters for their donation of the plants for our Rongoa garden.
ESSENTIAL WORKERS APPRECIATION DAY
Our student council, lead by Hayley, organised an essential workers appreciation day. This was to honour those who worked during lockdown. Thank you cards were delivered to essential workers in our community and we had special guests at our assembly.