Learning at our School

We are very proud of our school; our learning community of students, teachers, staff, Whanau and our wider community. Critical to the success of our school is Whanau and community involvement.


Our uniqueness and cultural diversity is consistently accentuated and celebrated and we share these along with our expectations, which include the National Standards, for all to be given every opportunity to be engaged and to succeed. At Greerton Village School people come first and we never give up on anyone.



We are talented quality educators who accept professional responsibility to provide the very best we can to ensure the ongoing learning and well-being of all our students. We love and value children, love and enjoy teaching, make crucial learning decisions and are all committed to working together to enhance and strengthen the Hauora/Wellbeing of all.

Learning Teams 

Welcome to Te Rau Aroha Team

 Our Team Leader Chloe Cave teaches in Room 3, Kiefer Davies Room 2, Brodie Keeble Room 5, Abbey Winiata in Room 6, and Michelle Hatfield in Room 7.

We are learning to be the best GVS kids that we can be and we are trying hard even in things that are new to us.

Te Rau Aroha – The first leaf on a new plant, leaf of love 





Welcome to Te Pihinga

2024 has introduced our new syndicate- Te Pihinga.

The Middle syndicate of our school. We have 3 classes, filled with  year 3 and 4 students learning to be the best GVS kids that we can be.

In Te Pihinga we strive to create safe, engaging and enjoyable learning spaces. We aim to grow the independence, confidence, and excellence of all our tamariki whilst keeping the students well-being at the center.

Te Pihinga Team – Team Leader Tori Dunham Room 10, Abbie Bull in Room 8 and Sharyn Jones in Room 9.

Te Pihinga, signifies the growth the children have made from Te Rau Aroha as the children’s new leaves and roots are beginning to sprout.

Welcome to Te Māhuri

The Senior syndicate of our school. We have 5 classes, filled with student Leaders and positive role models for younger students and the community.

In Te Māhuri we prepare our children for their future, setting them up to be collaborative, independent leaders and leaders of our community.

Te Māhuri Team – Team Leader Stephanie McGovern, Rebecca Hill Room 12, Erena Van Der Aa Room 14 and Koti TupoTikitiki-Whittaker Room 15 and Stu Ensor Room 16.

Te Māhuri – Established Plant, We take this meaning on board in Ranginui and set our goals high so we become the best we can possible be.