Welcome to Mission Heights Primary School

We are a primary school serving the Flat Bush community in Manukau Auckland catering for Year 1s to Year 6s. We strive to be a friendly and receptive school, alert to the needs of our young learners and helping them to reach their full potential. We believe forming positive relationships with our parents and our wider community will enable us to achieve this.

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Wishing all our lovely Mums a Happy Mother’s Day! We hope you all enjoyed your day today! From us here at MHP. ... See MoreSee Less

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Mrs Lal loved flying kites with the kids on Friday afternoon! ... See MoreSee Less

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Another fantastic week of learning @MHP. The Enviro Monitors had a great session on worm farming and are excited to get our worm farms up and running. There was lots of interest across the school in learning about kites. Today there were two sessions on the field flying kites. This afternoon another great Whānau assembly, a highlight was Mr Scott leading a quiz on kites. Have a safe and happy weekend and a very happy Mother’s Day to all our lovely mums ... See MoreSee Less

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Teachers teaching the teachers at MHP. We are lucky to have the talented Mrs Passmore sharing her knowledge from her training to be a SPELD tutor. Lots of great learning for our junior teachers this afternoon. ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago  ·  

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Kia Ora Whānau, Parents, Caregivers and our MHP Community. We hope you've had a wonderful and safe holiday break. We are looking forward to seeing all your lovely faces back at school on Monday 3rd May 2021. Check out some reminders about keeping ourselves safe when dropping off and picking up your children around the school. Our awesome Travelwise/ Road Patrol team have some very important messages about crossing the road safely too! Thank you to the Auckland Transport and New Zealand Police for their support to help keep our tamariki safe around all schools in Aotearoa! P.S- Keep an eye out for some of our youngest learners! See you all on Monday morning! www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayjSp8eKF2A ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago  ·  

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Last day on the trail for the bears today, Hyde to the finish at Middlemarch. It was a very chilly start to the day but the fog lifted and the sun came out at around 10am. The Bears were very excited to have their photo taken with Mrs Hyde at the Hyde railway station. It was a long downhill ride to Middlemarch and the cheese roll at the cafe for lunch was the best yet. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago  ·  

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Another big day for the bears on the trail today. They have traveled from Ranfurly to Hyde. With more beautiful scenery and delicious food. Cheese rolls in Ranfurly and pies from Waipiata. There was also a home baking stand with some yummy baked goods and an honesty box for donations. They got to visit the old school at Hyde and were quite intrigued by the school bell. Off for an early night tonight as it’s the last day on the trail tomorrow. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago  ·  

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Day 3 on the Otago Rail Trail for the bears. They cycled from Oturehua to Ranfurly. They reached the highest point on the trail with more incredible scenery and a highlight was the sun setting over the ranges. Blake found some merino wool and thought spinning it might be fun. They also got to see the biggest curling rink in the Southern Hemisphere. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago  ·  

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Day two for the bears on the Rail Trail from Omakau to Oturehua. More stunning scenery, the bears marveled at the engineering of the bridges and tunnels. They are staying in a straw bale house which looks out onto the mountains. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago  ·  

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The MHP bears (Batten, Blake, Hillary and Walker) are quite excited to announce that they decided to do the Otago Rail Trail this term break. Today was a big 40km ride with lots of lovely scenery. Hillary and Batten enjoyed the fact that they got to the highest part of the trail today. Tomorrow is another big ride with an early start. They will post more photos at the end of the day. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago  ·  

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