Ngā mihi nui ki a tātou katoa
Ko Wharite te māunga
Ko Manawatu te awa
Ko Randolph te waka
No Te Papa-i-Oea ahau,
Ko Ngāti Pākehā tōku iwi
Ko Stuart Kelly tōku ingoa
Ko te Tumuaki ahau ō te Kāreti ō Waiuku
No reira tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou, tēnā tātou katoa
Welcome to Waiuku College!
Waiuku College is an outstanding co-educational secondary school in Franklin, Auckland, New Zealand. We offer the complete learning experience to approximately 1,000 Year 9 to 13 secondary school students.
Our school offers the complete learning experience with a core focus on academic achievement as well as considerable opportunities in Culture, Leadership, Arts, Service, & Sport. As a BYOD Microsoft 365 school, we offer all of our students a local and global learning opportunity anywhere, anytime.
Our school aims to provide the best possible education for all of our students based on our three core values:
Whanaungatanga (relationships, responsibility)
Whakaute (pride, respect, appreciation)
Kaitiakitanga (guardianship, sustainability)
These three values are embedded in Te Ara O Waiuku (The Waiuku Way).
As principal/tumuaki of Waiuku College I see our school as A CLASS in terms of our priorities:
Academics, supported by opportunities in
It is expected that all of our students develop the character, competence, and confidence to be the very best version of themselves.
Ngā mihi nui
Mr. Stuart Kelly
Our Student Leaders
Level 1 Business Studies Mr. Nelson and the students of business have been conducting a Market Research around the Maori Business Concept of Rangaritanga. They started off conducting a survey across the school of different year groups. The interpretation of the data was very informative. The over-arching purpose of this
Our School Values
Whanaaungatanga is about relationship, kinship and a sense of belonging. It is about working together and being inclusive of all diversities.
Each of the above koru represents a value of whakaute e.g. respect, leadership, communication, honesty.
Kaitiakitanga is our collective responsibility as caretakers of Papatūānuku, our environment and our people.