Students engage in learning knowing that at Rotokawa School they will progressively develop agency in their learning and leadership, with high achievement expectations, doing the best they can do .
Learning to Learn
Students engage in learning to learn; and reflecting on learning; through the development of thinking skills: creative thinking, critical thinking and caring thinking.
Treaty of Waitangi
Students engage in learning Te Reo Maori me ona tikanga Maori based on the bicultural partnership of the Treaty of Waitangi informed by our local whanau, hapu, and iwi connections.
Students engage in learning with foundations based on our school values and turangawaewae of Rotokawa School, locally, nationally and globally.
Students engage in learning that reflects our local cultural diversity of our local community, and from this strong sense of self-identity, broaden their knowledge of how other communities may be different.
Students engage in learning and identifying personal strengths, then understand how the school values link across the curriculum areas.
Students engage in learning with deep understanding of others and their well-being, using our school values to underpin how we think,feel and interact successfully with others.
Students engage in learning to consider how their citizenship and creativity may impact on a sustainable future for the world.