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

Tuesday 19 October 2021

Principal's Message

Fakaalofa lahi atu

This Friday, 22nd October at 6am we are having our ceremony to unveil our carvings and the work we have completed on our outside environment. 


On behalf of our Board of Trustees and Staff, we welcome you to join our online ceremony - "Manaakitia i Ngā Taonga." 

Matua Reg will lead us through the ceremony.  Doctor Richard will share his narrative about the carvings he has gifted to our school alongside Sopolemelama Filipe Tohi who will share the story of the lashings and our new fale entrance into our school.


You can watch from the comforts of your own home due to Level 3, here is the link https://youtu.be/7QgJHxEIXPc


We hope to see you all online for this special occasion. 

If you are unable to view this live-feed, we will send a link out after the ceremony so you can watch in your own time. 


Nga mihi 

Whaea Saane

Wednesday 13 October 2021

Principal's Message

Kia ora Whānau

Today we delivered a survey and a letter to all your letterboxes, along with the MOE Learning Packs to children who had not received them a couple of weeks ago.  Please have a read over the survey and take some time to fill them in. This will help us to forward plan for a future with Covid in mind and hopefully a new way of doing things to support our school community. 


We open next week for any students who can't be supervised at home by an appropriate person and needs to be able to attend school. Hopefully, your child's teacher has been in contact with you so we know how many students to expect.  We will be creating bubbles with 10 students in each. 


Take care. Stay safe.

Whaea Saane

Tuesday 12 October 2021

Principal's Message

Talofa lava everyone.

The announcement yesterday by our Prime Minister states we are to remain at Level 3 and everyone should stay at home and learn from home as much as possible. On Monday 18th October we will be open for only those children who don't have anyone appropriate to care for them at home.

Please contact the class teacher to let us know so that we can prepare our student bubbles.  Our teachers' emails are on our school website under ‘Our People’.  

Take care

Whaea Saane

Friday 24 September 2021

Principal's Message

Talofa lava to our amazing Weymouth Families. 

Thank you for continuing to support your children during level 3 to keep your families safe. We have had on average about 30 students daily of our Essential Workers - a huge thank you to them for what you are doing.
Next week is our last week of term 3. Hopefully we will move down a level so we can get out into our communities and support our local businesses during the holidays.
On Wednesday 29th September we will be giving out the Ministry of Education learning packs. You can pick them up contactless from the main office from 9.30 to 2.30pm. You can use these for the school holiday learning, or keep them for future use.

Faafetai lava Saane


Hopefully this video featuring some familiar faces will bring a smile to your beautiful faces.  We can't wait to see you at Level 2.  

Take care.  Be kind.

We're all in this together!


At Level 3 Weymouth Primary School is open for students who have no one to care for them at home.  Please find the information below in different languages to clarify what this means for us at Weymouth Primary School. 

Arabic - Alert level 3 pānui.pdf.           Chinese simplified - Alert level 3 pānui.pdf     Cook Islands Māori - Alert level 3 pānui.pdf 

 English - Alert Level 3 pānui.pdf         Fijian - Alert level 3 pānui.pdf.       Hindi - Alert level 3 pānui.pdf     

Niuean - Alert level 3 pānui.pdf.          Samoan - Alert level 3 pānui.pdf       Te reo Māori - Alert level 3 pānui.pdf.    

Tongan - Alert level 3 pānui.pdf

Tuesday 21 September 2021

Principal's Message

Good afternoon to our Weymouth Families and Children. 

Yesterday's announcement by the Prime Minister stated Auckland is now in Level 3. Our teachers have made contact with all our families and we now know what students are returning. We have attached the letter that is being sent to the homes of our students returning. Please continue to stay safe and look after yourselves. We are in Week 9 and next week will be Week 10, the end of the term. School will finish at 3pm next Friday 2nd October and we will re-open for Term 4 on Monday 18th October pending the Level decision by the Prime Minister. 

Stay safe. Be kind. 

Whaea Saane

Information for bubble students.pdf

Monday 13 September 2021

Principal's Message

Kia ora koutou

I hope you are all well and safe in your bubbles. 

I am sure by now you have all heard the announcement from our Prime Minister. One more week at Level 4. We can do this team. Our teachers are currently preparing another learning pack to go home this week. Remember do not stress over the work. Taking time to enjoy your family time is the most important part of lockdown. 

Please reach out to your child's teacher if you need any support. Our leadership team is also available to support you too. 

Be kind. Stay safe. Take care.  

Whaea Saane