Ngā Kōrero

About

Frankley School

Situated in a beautiful semi-rural valley on the outskirts of New Plymouth, Frankley school is a co-educational primary school for children in years 1 – 6. The school was established in 1853 so it has a long history in the community.

Currently we have 320 students. Our school is focused on enabling tamariki to become courageous, caring learners.

Read about our Vision and Mission on Our School Culture page.

You can access publicly available information on the school at the Education Counts and Education Review Office websites.

Staff

Meet our wonderful teachers/kaiako and support staff:

History

Frankley School has a rich history, starting when it was established in 1853 at the corner of Frankley Road and Tukapa Street. Follow along the timeline of our history.

School Info

Visit this page to find our:

  • ERO report
  • charter
  • policies and procedures
  • annual reports

School Board

Our School Board is responsible for the school’s performance and ensuring that all legal requirements are met. Our School Board helps ensure that every student at the school is able to attain their highest possible standard in educational achievement

Fundraising

The school social and fundraising committee (SFRC) supports our school to raise funds to enable us to fund learning and teaching resources for our school.

Photography credits

Thank you to Amber McFadyen who graciously shot a collection of beautiful images for the build of this website.

If you are looking for a commercial photographer contact Amber at nzambermcfadyen@gmail.com