+64 9 269 0080
Fax: +64 9 269 0083
550 Porchester Road, Randwick Park
P.O. Box 75448, Manurewa
We want all learners to feel a sense of belonging in our school and to our whanau. There is a very strong connection between whanau and learning. Our Year 9 and 10 learners primarily learn in whanau-based groupings, with the majority of their learning leaders also being from the same whanau.
Alfriston College celebrates the achievements of our learners in many ways. Whanau have celebration assemblies each term to acknowledge the accomplishments of their learners in the four dimensions of: Academic,Community,Culture, Sport
Alfriston College runs 90 minute learning periods. This means that most learners have Whanau-based Learning Advisory (in Hapu with an Amokura) and three classes per day. 90 minute lessons allow for more in depth and uninterrupted learning to occur.
Each of the five Whānau provides an effective environment for learning and growth, social interaction, leadership opportunities and mutual support while also maintaining a unique culture of its own through its colours, mottos, flags and traditions.
School starts at 9.30am and finishes at 3.30pm
8.00am to 4.00pm
8.30am to 4.00pm
8.30-9.20am, 11.30am – 12.00pm,
Tuesday 2 February – Friday 16 April
Monday 3 May – Friday 9 July
Monday 26 July – Friday 1 October
Monday 18 October – Tuesday 14 December
From Tuesday 26 October Alfriston College will open for Year 13 learners only. All other learners who can stay at home must stay at home. Learning in all Year 11 and 12 classes, and WBL classes in the Junior School will continue using Google Meets, class websites and google classrooms, as it has been up until now. Some meets may be rescheduled to accommodate staff being onsite for Year 13 learners. Please check your email for further details.
Currently scheduled online Meet times are:
Lesson 1 – 12.00 [noon] Lesson 2 – 1.00pm, Lesson 3 – 2.00pm
Further information is always available through the Alfriston College Home Learning Directory 2021.
If you need support for your wellbeing out of school, or simply need to talk to someone, we have put together a list of Community Support Organisations who can help.
Stay home, keep safe and be kind to each other.