Announcement : 

Dear Parents, Caregivers and Whānau,   The Ministry of Education (MoE) is proposing the establishment of a new Year 1-8 co-educational primary school in Massey Redhills, Auckland.   A preferred site for the proposed Massey Redhills Primary School has been identified within the live zoned Redhills precinct area west of Fred Taylor Drive.  To cater for school aged population growth in the short term, the proposed new school will be temporarily located at 13 – 15 Trig Road, Whenuapai.  The proposed school would be known as Massey Redhills Primary School during its establishment.  The foundation learners and staff of the school would start at the Trig Road site and move to the permanent school site in Massey Redhills when it is built and ready for occupation.     As part of the proposal, the MoE is required to consult with the Board of any state school whose roll might be affected if the school was established.   If you have any feedback on this proposal, please email me at by Friday, 15 October 2021. Your responses will be collated and form part of our feedback provided to the MoE (please note – the deadline stated in the attached letter has now been extended).   Subject to the Minister establishing the proposed new school, the MoE are also seeking nominations for the Establishment Board of the new school. Information about the role of the Establishment Board, a nomination form and the Eligibility Attestation form are attached for anyone who is interested.    Massey – Redhills – Letter consult.docx EBOT Massey – Redhills – Info pack candidates EBOTs.docx   Ngā mihi nui,   Jo Wright Principal’s PA



Who are we and what do we do?

We are a welcoming group of parents whose intention is to facilitate parental participation in our school in a fun and social environment. We are passionate about our school and our children and strive to enhance the resources and learning opportunities available to our students. We do this through fundraising and regular events.

Why join the PTA?

The number one reason to join the PTA is to benefit your child. Also…

  • Get connected – there is no better way to know what is happening in your school
  • Tap into a network – PTA functions are opportunities to meet other parents and teachers, building rapport and discussing issues that are on your mind. You can share ideas, concerns and experiences
  • Watch yourself grow – by volunteering with your PTA you put your skills and hobbies to use for a noble cause
  • Speak up – The PTA can be a way for you to more effectively suggest change at your child’s school
  • Be a role model – By becoming a PTA member, you will be demonstrating to your child the importance that you place on education

We’d love to see you.

We meet twice a term in the evenings at school.If you are unable to attend any meetings, there are many other forms of communication that will keep members informed and connected. We welcome new members and fresh ideas.If you are unable to become a PTA member but would like to get involved when you can, we would love to add you to our volunteers list.

Contact Us

Contact us anytime via email at:  

Chair: Mrs Molly Fletcher
Teacher Reps: Miss Lara Taylor