Te Motu Syndicate Term 3 Update

We hope you all managed to have some nice family time over the past couple of weeks. We are sure that you are all pleased to see your darlings back at school now though! We have got a very busy term ahead with heaps of exciting events and lots of learning to look forward to. … Read more

Newsletter 2021/23

Principal’s Message Kia Ora parent and whānau One thing our school community is rich in is KINDNESS. It’s something we work hard to promote amongst our students. When we know someone is in need we try to give some additional support because not everyone’s circumstances are the same. We do our best as a school … Read more

Tātahi Syndicate Term 3 Update

Kia ora whānau welcome back! We hope you are recharged and ready for another exciting term. A special welcome to all of our new families joining us. This term, Kiwisports continue and we will be taking the children (by bus) to Kapiti Gymnastics for four sessions (look out for the notice soon). We look forward … Read more

Ngaru Syndicate Term 3 Update

Kia ora to all our families and whānau. We hope you have had a wonderful break.  We had a very busy term 2 and really loved seeing whānau coming into the school for various events, especially our Matariki lunch and sharing of our learning. We are looking forward to another great term. Please keep an … Read more

Te Moana Syndicate Term 3 Update

Kia ora to all our families and whānau. We hope you have had a wonderful break.  We had a very busy term 2 and really loved seeing whānau coming into the school for various events, especially our Matariki lunch and sharing of our learning. We are looking forward to another great term. Please keep an … Read more

Newsletter 2021/22

Paraparaumu-Beach-School-field-play Two students playing on the field

Principal’s Message Welcome to Term 3! Over the term break I reviewed the cultural makeup of PBS; what a wonderful melting pot of cultures we are! Our families draw mostly from New Zealander-Kiwi-Pakeha and Māori backgrounds. However, we also have students/families who identify as Cook Island Māori, Samoan, Tongan, Indonesian, Fijian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Tokelauan, … Read more

Support Our Community, Support Our School

Paraparaumu Beach School Community Directory

Our school community is a huge asset. We want to highlight the incredible work done in the area and support local business to thrive. So PBS is launching an online community directory for the Kapiti Coast. The Paraparaumu Beach School Community Directory is an online, user-maintained list of businesses, events, and opportunities in the Kapiti … Read more