Bellevue School




This year the mahi we undertake at Bellevue School is embodied in Kaitiakitanga or Guardianship. 

Our school curriculum document intends for our students to be learners that also embrace being Kaitiaki (guardians) of themselves, others and their school. This includes being guardians of their culture, te reo Māori, tikanga, traditions, their whakapapa, their learning and their actions/behaviour, the environment, and local resources which also includes people. 

Kaitiakitanga means guardianship and protection. It is a way of being. It is a way of managing the environment, based on the Māori world view. A kaitiaki is a guardian. This can be a person or group that cares for an area such as a lake or forest. 




Bellevue is working with a creative practitioner in 2021. For more information on the ‘Creatives in School’ initiative please follow this link - creatives-in-schools/ 

Later this year we are going to be in need of the following items , so please donate any that you can help us with by putting them into the box in the office foyer

Many thanks 

- Scarves (thin silk like ones) - Plastic disposable cups
- Glad Wrap and toilet rolls
 - Polystyrene (With policy) 

- Cereal boxes
- Ice Cream containers
- Straws
- Pool Noodles
- Chopsticks
- Bubble Wrap
- Wool
- Milk Bottles
- Clear soft plastic.
- Plastic pegs – even the broken ones! - Nylon stockings
- Metal coat hangers
 - Old beaded plastic pearl necklaces. - Bicycle Helmets