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Te Aro School is a vibrant and bustling learning environment where diversity is valued. I love being here! I love the school’s cultural mix, the staff team, the students and the fact that we are a hidden gem on the edge of the city. It still amazes me that so many Wellingtonians don’t even know there is a school at this end of The Terrace.

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Term 3 is well underway. Across the school classes are very focussed on preparing for our biennial art exhibition on Thursday 20 September. Each classroom will be transformed into an art gallery showcasing a range of student work that has been undertaken throughout this year.
We are currently celebrating Te Marama o te reo Maori (Maori language month). The theme for this year is Kia Kaha Te Reo – let’s make the Maori language strong.
Kake Tonu Te Aro. Ever Upwards Te Aro.
Nga mihi nui



Te Aro School is a vibrant, inclusive, multicultural full primary school with approximately 220 children from over 36 countries and a strong community presence dating back to 1854.


The School relies on strong support from our community to fundraise the funds necessary to provide our students with the best education possible.


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LOCATION: Wellington

Te Aro School in central Wellington has a roll of 212 students, encompassing 38 different ethnicities.


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We welcome all International Students to our school and look forward to providing the necessary professional educational services to your child.

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