Appendix 1: Schools in this report

Note that five schools were unable to respond to ERO’s survey. These are highlighted in yellow in the table, with any information ERO was able to access from other sources.

Schools Pacific language/s taught and how Learners in Pacific bilingual class[4]  Number of Pacific learners in the school[5] 
Avondale College, Auckland

Samoan

Years 9-10: Other
n/a 683
Bruce McLaren Intermediate, Auckland

Samoan

Years 7-8: Bilingual
28 77
Clendon Park School, Auckland

Samoan

Years 0-4: Immersion

Years 5-8: Bilingual
139 296
Finlayson Park School, South Auckland

Samoan and Tongan

Years 0-2: Immersion

Years 3-8: Bilingual
225 445
Flatbush School, Auckland

Samoan

Years 0-6: Other
unclear 390
Henderson Intermediate School, Auckland

Samoan

Years 7-8: Bilingual
60 181
Henderson South School, Auckland

Samoan

Year 0-4: Immersion

Years 5-6: Bilingual
40 173
James Cook High School, Auckland

Samoan

Years 9-13: Bilingual
120

505

(from Education Counts 14/1/19)
Kia Aroha College, Auckland

Samoan and Tongan

Years 9-13: Bilingual
56 250
Kelston Girls’ College, Auckland

Samoan

Years 9-10: Bilingual

43

275
Kelston Intermediate School, Auckland

Samoan

Years 7-8: Bilingual
33 175
Kowhai Intermediate School, Auckland

Samoan

Years 7-8: Bilingual
31 87
Lincoln Heights School, Auckland

Samoan

Years 0-6: Immersion

Years 7-8: Bilingual
35 176
Mangere East Primary School, Auckland

Samoan

Years 0-6: Immersion

Years 7-8: Bilingual
105 390
May Road School, Auckland

Samoan

Years 0-6: Bilingual
70 153
Otahuhu School, Auckland

Samoan and Tongan:

Bilingual
unclear

293

(from Education Counts 14/1/19)
Richmond Road School, Auckland

Samoan

Years 0-6: Immersion
54 71
Robertson Road School, Auckland

Samoan

Years 0-2: Immersion

Years 3-4: Bilingual

Years 5-8: Other
138 487
Roscommon School. Auckland Samoan bilingual  unclear

340

(from Education Counts 14/1/19)
Rosebank School, Auckland

Samoan

Years 0-6: Bilingual
85

267

(from Education Counts 14/1/19)
Sir Edmund Hilary Collegiate Junior School, Auckland

Samoan

Years 0-6: Bilingual
121 308
St Catherines College, Wellington

Samoan

Other
n/a 49
St Patrick’s College, Wellington

Samoan

Other
n/a 153
St Thomas of Canterbury, Christchurch

Samoan

Years 7-13: Other
n/a 82
Sutton Park School, Auckland

Samoan and Tongan

Years 0-4: Immersion

Years 5-8: Bilingual
300 568
Te Komanawa Rowley School, Christchurch

Samoan

Years 5-8: Bilingual
39 88
Te Matauranga School, Auckland

Samoan

Years 0-4: Immersion

Years 5-8: Bilingual
85 220
Tokoroa High School, Tokoroa

Cook Island Māori

Years 9-13: Other

Samoan

Years 9-10: Bilingual 
n/a 208
Te Waka Unua School, Christchurch

Samoan

Bilingual
unclear

77

(from Education Counts 14/1/19)
Wiri Central School, Auckland

Samoan

Years 0-4: Immersion
56

263

(from Education Counts 14/1/19)

[4] As identified by the school at the time they completed the questionnaire (between Nov 18 and Feb 19). Bilingual means teaching at least 50% in the Pacific language - where instruction does not meet this level, listed as n/a.

[5] As identified by the school at the time they completed the questionnaire (between Nov 18 and Feb 19) except where specified