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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

  • March 05, 2024 @ 1:00 pm
  • Mararoa School
  • March 06, 2024
  • Fiordland College, 4 Howden Street, Te Anau 9600, New Zealand
  • March 13, 2024
  • Mararoa School

Enrolment

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

February 12, 2024

Some of our Year 7 & 8s fundraising at Mossburn's Batting for Rural Mental Health. Not the flashest weather to sell yummy fresh fruit salad, but learning Life's lessons one fruit salad cup at a time.

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February 12, 2024

Think Safe Brain Campaign

What an amazing day we had Te Anau School today for Think Safe Brain Campaign - brainchild of Gurt and Pops LTD. Harriet & all the volunteers who gave up their day today to ensure our tamariki know how to stay safe, a great big thank you from all at Mararoa School . Thanks also to Rabobank & FMG for sponsorship of the day and books each of our families will receive tomorrow.

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June 30, 2023

Food Technology & Paddock to Plate

Our Food Technology celebration started with students presenting research projects and displays of our learning this term. Hoiho- Weekly cooking lessons and research Infographics. Tui- Kai Gathering from early NZ and Food research posters. Kiwi- Food groups and how milk gets from the cow to our table. After the students presentations they served up their delicious dishes. We had all of the following to choose from! Smoothie Bar Taco Stand Ice Cream Parlour Wild Food Stir Fry Checkerboard Potatoes and Vege Muffins

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