Nau Mai, Haere Mai - Welcome to James Cook School in Marton.
James Cook School is a full primary and multicultural school located at the south west end of Marton’s town centre.
Set in a semi rural environment, the school community is committed to ensuring James Cook School’s mission statement, “Achieving Excellence through Aroha, Endeavour and Resolution” is actively promoted and alive.
James Cook School is situated beside an Early Childhood Centre, Mill Street Kindergarten. This close proximity allows for quality learning relationships to be fostered and encouraged.
Mission - Building an interdependent community of engaged learners who go forth to influence the world around them.
School starts 8.50 am
Working Session 9.00-10.40 am
Morning Tea Break 10.40-11.00 am
Working Session 11.00-12.30 pm
Lunch Break 12.30-1.15 pm
Working Session 1.15-2.45 pm
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School Community Open Day:
Term 1: Tuesday 7th February to Thursday 6th April
Term 2: Monday 24th April to Friday 30th June
Term 3: Monday 17th July to Friday 22nd September
Term 4: Monday 9th October to Wednesday 20th December
Public Holidays (School Closed):
Waitangi Day - Observed Monday 6th February
Good Friday - Friday 7th April
King's Birthday - Monday 5th June
Matariki- Friday 14th July
Labour Day - Monday 23rd October
Vision Statement - “Achieving Excellence through Aroha, Endeavour and Resolution”
R - Respect
I - Inclusion
C - Cooperation
H - Honesty
E - Endeavour
R - Resolution
Our aim is:
To nurture learners in their journey towards becoming…
i. Effective communicators
ii. Confident in demonstrating a RICHER sense and
iii. Community connected.
To create an environment that reflects
-our core culture and enhances learning.