View an abundance of pictures from the action packed school year here at Manurewa Intermediate School
The Minister of Education arrived to open the new buildings.
The school was blessed with a major donation of ICT Equipment including school wide wireless, new computers and ipads as well as laptops for classes to use. Incredible! Thanks so much Vodafone NZ!!
Explore our motivational environment - in the classrooms and around the grounds
Take a look inside the classroom environments and see what really goes on!!!!
A great way to start the year! The annual Family Picnic and meet the teacher night, held on Wednesday 6 February.
Fundraising for MI Adventure Camp. A variety of stalls were set up by each form class and the students could show their entrepreneurial skills to raise money for their class food budget.
A great way to start the year and really get into the Whanau spirit. This year our swimming sports was held at the Jubilee Pool in Pukekohe and what a great day!
For the second year running, we held our annual Mini Athletics. All students ran both 100 and 200 meters.
...and what an adventure! For the fourth year in a row, our whole school left Manurewa for the Island of Motutapu. A hike up Rangitoto followed by an 8km walk to Home Bay to put up the tents and cook their own food. What a challenge!
A week away to Mt Tongariro with our ten Student Councillors to enhance their communication, organisation and risk taking skills. These pictures are of their first day...
Every two years our Travel Expo includes a celebration of the world's unique cultural cuisine.
Wednesday 3rd April saw our boys and their significant adult come to school to meet a few old and current All Blacks and take part in a variety of activities led by Counties Manukau Sports. Thanks to Jerome Kaino, Brad Mika and Charlie Faumuina as well as Counties Manukau Sports.
On Wednesday 10th and Thursday 11th April, we were fortunate enough to have Chris Fortune visit the school and cook with our students showing them that 'green snotty veg' is good to eat!
Another chance for boys and adults to have fun and learn new skills