Weymouth Primary School

Welcome to Weymouth Primary!

Kia Ora, Talofa lava, Malo e lelei, Fakalofa lahi atu, Kia Orana, Namaste, Bula Vinaka & Warm Greetings to you all!
Principal's Message
Saane Faaofo-Oldehaver

Sunday 23 January 2022

Talofa lava, malo soifua to our amazing Weymouth Community - our children, parents, grandparents and caregivers.

I hope you have all had an amazing holiday with your families and loved ones over the break. 

I am excited for our year to begin. I look forward to seeing all our beautiful smiling faces of our children on Thursday 3rd of February at 9am. We will once again only be opening the front gates and ask no parents on site. 

Due to the announcement today by our Prime Minister, we will be in 'red' of the traffic light system. Below is a copy of the WPS framework to help you all understand what each traffic light means for our school. 

All children will receive free stationery, a hat, and we will size all children up for their free house colour t-shirt. All children will also receive free lunches. Over the first 2 days we will work on getting all dietary requirements sorted for your children. 

Our swimming pool will also be open and we begin water safety lessons with NZ Swim Safe on Tuesday 8th of February. It would be great if our children packed their togs and a towel into their new blue bags they received at the end of last year. 

Our theme for this year is 'Kaitiakitanga'. Our staff are ready to go and are excited to get straight into learning alongside building those all important relationships with our families and getting to know all our children. 

Faafetai tele lava

Whaea Saane


The 2022 school year begins on Thursday 3rd February.


Open for Enrolments

Tuesday 1st and Wednesday 2nd February from 9am to 1pm.




We've had to learn to do things differently this second half of the year, and Prizegiving was one!   Thank you to our whānau who attended virtually, and to Whaea Danielle for hosting us.  Please find a recording of our Prizegiving for the rest of our whānau and community to enjoy.

We're all in this together!