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Mararoa School

Mararoa School is located at The Key within the Te Anau Basin. The Key is the gateway to Fiordland and some of the most beautiful scenery and natural wonders of the world.

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Two Mararoa school children reading books at their desks

Welcome to Mararoa School

At Mararoa School it is our vision to provide each one of our children with Key Learning for Life's Journey.

Our school equips children with the skills and knowledge to become positive, responsible learners and enables them to embark upon a life long journey of learning.

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Upcoming Events

  • June 21, 2019
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  • July 05, 2019
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  • July 22, 2019
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If you would like further information about our school, please contact the school office and we will forward a school information pack which contains our information booklet, enrolment details and relevant forms.

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Leadership Program

Leaders are often made, not simply born. We are dedicated to sparking the leadership potential that’s inside every young person through practical, inspirational events and leadership resources.

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Latest School News

May 28, 2019

Auckland Leadership Article

Check us out on page 6 of Advocate South 23 May edition.

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May 24, 2019

Milford sound

Wow! We had a fantastic day travelling to Milford Sound and enjoyed a cruise on Friday 24 May. A very big thank you to Real Journeys for this opportunity and to our tour guide and driver Eve, who filled us with amazing knowledge throughout a very long day.

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May 13, 2019

NYLD Auckland

Last week the Year 7 & 8's attended the National Young Leaders Conference in Auckland. They flew out of Queenstown early on Tuesday morning to make their way into Auckland City, checking in for the week. Soon after it was Girls vs Boys in a battle of wits at the Escape Masters Bank Heist Escape Room, girls escaping in 62 minutes - (6 minutes faster than the boys!). Day 2 saw our students learning to navigate themselves using the train system, so we could get from the CBD to Manukau for National Young Leaders Day. Once there students heard inspiring speakers and their stories. Later, it was time to see the sights from the top of the Sky Tower , before enjoying dinner together at Fortuna, Sky City. Day 3 of Leadership Camp had the students learning about the world in a variety of ways. We explored SEA LIFE Kelly Tarlton's Aquarium , the Auckland Museum and took in the Bright Lights festival on the Viaduct. Thank you to the Te Anau Lions who donated towards the students educational activities. Day 4 of Leadership Camp meant travelling South to find all the wild and wonderful things at Butterfly Creek before flying back to Queenstown. 'Read More' to see some great photos of our trip!

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May 01, 2019

Advocate School News

Check out our page in the Easter edition of Advocate South 17 April

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