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Welcome to
Te Kura Waenganui o Tokoroa

Our School Motto and Vision
Ko te Angitu I te Whakakotahi

Together in Success


This is enacted through doing our best for:

Pono – doing their best with integrity

Manaaki – doing the best for others

Tika – to be responsible for what they say, do and how they do it

Honore – to be true and honest with genuine sincerity

Term 4 Calendar

  • Mon, 9 October - Term 4 Starts

  • Wed, 11 Oct - HPV Vaccinations (Year 8)

  • Mon, 16 Oct - Fri, 20 Oct
         Seedling Sale 

  • Tues, 17 Oct, 1.30 & 5.30 pm - Open Day

  • Wed, 18 Oct, - Open Day Year 6 Students

  • Thurs, 19 Oct (6:00pm - 8:30 pm)
         Dingle Foundation Awards 

  • Mon, 23 Oct - Labour Day

  • Wed, 25 Oct 12.30 & 6 pm
         Combined Schools Choir

  • Thur, 26 Oct, 12.30 & 6 pm
         Combined Schools Choir

  • Mon, 30 Oct - Fri, 3 Nov
         Empowering Girls (Year 8)

  • Thurs, 2 November
         Waikato Intermediate Kapa Haka

  • Thurs, 9 Nov - School Athletics

  • Tues, 14 until Wed, 22 Nov
         Life Education

  • Thurs, 16 Nov - Mufti Day 

  • Thurs, 16 Nov - Trustee Meeting

  • Wed, 22 Nov
    Tokoroa High School Orientation Day

  • Thurs, 23 Nov  - School Social 

  • Tues, 28 Nov
    Waikato Intermediate Athletics

  • Tues, 5 Dec - Year 6 Orientation Day

  • Wed, 6 Dec Whare Prize Givings 

  • Thurs, 7 Dec - Whare Prize Givings 

  • Fri, 8 Dec - Sports Prize Giving 

  • Mon, 11 Dec 
    School Prize Giving/Reports handed out 

  • Tues, 12 Dec - Leadership Day

  • Wed, 13 Dec - School closes 12.30 pm 

  • Thurs, 14 Dec (12:30 pm)
    End of school year

Nau Mai, Haere Mai ki te
Kura ō Te Tokoroa Intermediate School

Welcome to our school community.


Alongside whānau we promote high levels of achievement for students and offer a wide range of activities in sport, cultural and specialist fields.

These two years in which students spend with us, is a very important period in their development. These are a time of rapid change and challenge for both parent and child. The teaching and learning that takes place during these years acknowledges this and caters for this age group in a different way than schooling that comes before and after. It is an important transitional period.

Teachers of this age group recognise that their students have special needs in that they need to nuture students in the same wasy they are used to primary school but also there is a need to challenge students academically.

At Tokoroa Intermediate School  there is a heavy focus on ..

- Teaching students about strategies for learning on their own

- Integrating subjects students are taught on a much grander scale

- Building analytical and problem-solving skills

- Teaching students to recognise they can build on prior knowledge

- Preparing students for the shift to secondary school and the diferent academic and social structures they'll find there.

You can keep up to date with events at Tokoroa Intermediate by downloading the Skool Loop App from either Google Play or App Store



Tokoroa Intermediate has a fantastic reputation for sporting skills and fair-play. We represent our kura in a range of WIMS and local sports events.



Performing Arts is an important part of student life at Tokoroa Intermediate. From whole school waiata & haka to perfomance groups.



At Tokoroa Intermediate we value the importance of diverse learning experiences.



Student voice is an important aspect of life at Tokoroa Intermediate. Students are encouraged to share their knowledge and understandings.

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