Our modern, rural school is positioned south of the Wellsford Township on the Kaipara Coast Highway, surrounded by fields and close to the community hall. We are currently classified as a U1, decile 6 school with 2 classrooms operating. Our current roll is at 45.
The majority of students at Tauhoa School transition to Rodney College at the end of Year 8 and utilise the technology facilities at the College during their Year 7 and 8 years. Pre-school children transferring into Tauhoa School come from a range of backgrounds, many who have attended the pre-school learning centres in the local township.
Our school is staffed by one principal, two full time teachers, a reading recovery teacher, teacher aides, an office administrator, a cleaner and a grounds person. All the support staff work part time of varying degrees.
Our school offers the mix of a technology-based world alongside the rural strengths of community, family and learning to create a learning experience second to none. This enables the students of Tauhoa to meet future challenges in life and learning, meeting the schools vision of learning for life, building respect for the environment while having the knowledge and the responsibility to make sound decisions for themselves and their futures.