Rosebank School


Living and learning “The Rosebank Way”.

Showing Excellence, Integrity and Respect, developed through Citizenship, Diligence and Enthusiasm.

Vision: Valuing the Individual, Striving for Excellence.

Our vision emphasises how we value every individual student, inquiring deeply into how we can support each of them to strive for excellence in both academic learning and citizenship. Striving for excellence is about supporting our students to be the best they can be in all fields of endeavour.

Rosebank School is a semi-rural Year 1-8 school, located next to the high school. There are high levels of parent involvement and support for school activities. The school works closely with other schools and early childhood services to provide the best education for students now, and in the future.

The school’s vision is to value each student as an individual and celebrate his or her strengths in learning and life. This vision is strongly evident in what happens in this school. There is a very strong culture of manakitanga (care for each other) and respect. This can be seen in the caring relationships between students and teachers and the way the school values and works with families. From 2015 ERO Report



Mission Statement:

Our mission is to provide the highest standard of education for the students of Rosebank School. We focus on nurturing the talents and abilities of every one of our students, reflecting our belief that education should be about our students becoming confident lifelong learners and caring citizens. Rosebank School provides an education which encourages excellence of attitude and application within a supportive and caring community.


Important Information and Daily Updates


Junior Swimming Tuesday 24 - Friday 27 March

HPV Vaccinations - Year 8 - Tuesday 24 March

Room 8 Camp - Tuesday 24 - Thursday 26 March

No Assembly this Week

Friday 27 March - Wheels Friday

2019 Student Council

Jessica Broderick, Pagan Buchanan, Sydney Marshall, Eli McRae, Nate Robertson, Brendan Sopor, Chase Te Moananui-Currie and Jasmine Van Asperen.