Kia Whakamana, Kia Toa!

Empowering For Life!

Students are actively encouraged to participate in leading and contribute their best efforts to maximise their achievements. Broadgreen offers a wide variety of learning opportunities that will challenge, motivate and develop abilities.

Developing learners who are self-confident, connected, involved and resilient are key learning goals in our school. Thinking students that take personal pride, are prepared to experiment and experience new opportunities while building positive relationships are valued.

Our teaching programmes and resources are designed for emerging adolescents at the Year 7 and 8 level. We encourage your child to involve themselves in the opportunities available at Broadgreen to grow their learning.

Our School Aims to Provide:

  • Rich and varied learning programmes eg sports, cultural activities, music etc.

  • An emphasis on personal growth and development. Support, counselling and guidance.

  • A secure, inclusive environment.

  • Open communication with parents and students.

Students develop positive attitudes toward:

  • Self Acceptance

  • Respect of Others

  • Social Responsibility

  • Learning and seek to achieve their potential through their own initiative and effort.


2/12/21 - The DHB have organised testing onsite today:

Broadgreen Intermediate 2.00pm - 4.30pm

Enner Glynn School 10.30am - 1pm

The surveillance codes for staff and students to use when they go to be tested is:

NMSC2 for Broadgreen Intermediate

NMSC1 for Enner Glynn School

1/12/21 - This message contains important public health information for you. We have been working closely with the public health service and Ministry of Education officials to guide our response.

A staff member has been confirmed as having COVID-19. The person was infectious at Broadgreen Intermediate from 23 November whilst at school.

A number of people are possibly ‘Close Contacts’ and will need to get tested immediately, and self-isolate at home.

Broadgreen Intermediate is closed tomorrow, Thursday 2 December, to allow us to conduct the contact tracing.

We will notify you if your child is considered a close contact.

A Close Contact is someone that has been identified to have been near the person that has tested positive for COVID-19.

Noho aroha mai

Pete Mitchener

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