Living and Learning “The Rosebank Way”

Care - Achieve - Responsible - Environment

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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.


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.

The core values that Rosebank students and staff value, promote and celebrate are:

● Diligence - Pukumahi

● Citizenship – Whanaungatanga

● Enthusiasm – Ngākaunui

● Respect - Whakaute

● Integrity – Ngakau Tapatahi

● Excellence – Hiringa

These values are interwoven through the fabric of school life. They are modelled by staff, deliberately taught to students and recognised as part of our Merit Certificate and Student of the Week programmes. Our aim is for these values to become stable and long-lasting character traits within each student as part of “The Rosebank Way”.

Student Council 2022

The Student Council for 2022 are Cooper Geary, Connor Bond, Rahui Valli, Oliver Scarth, Ellie Olsen-Vetland, Olivia Pennell, Emelia Arthur, Tia Ware



Term One - 1 February to 14 April

Term Two - 2 May to 8 July

Term Three - 25 July to 30 September

Term Four - 17 October to 14 December