The school hall is a modern facility opened in 2004. During school hours the hall is used for school wide activities such as; school and syndicate assemblies, PE classes, choir, jump jam, kapa haka, the rock band practise and Religious Instruction. A school disco is held on an evening after school each term.
The hall is available to the public to hire outside of our normal school hours. Currently the following groups hire the hall:
Please click here to view the Hall Hire Agreement which includes the Rules and Conditions of Hire and a copy of the Booking Form with rates per hour/per day.
For information regarding hiring the hall please contact the school office on (03) 541 8332 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Community Oral Health Mobile Clinic unit for the Tasman Region will visit seven sites in the region, including Wakefield School, twice a year.
The sites are at schools in Upper Moutere, Lower Moutere, Takaka, Collingwood, Wakefield, Tapawera and Mapua. The mobile clinic will see children from the area through appointments that parents can book.
If you require dental assistance when the Mobile Unit is not at Wakefield School please phone the Motueka Oral Health Clinic on (03) 528 1160 (option 7) or 0800 833 846.
Wakefield School and Community Swimming Pool Incorporated Society
In 1997 after community fundraising and funding from the Tasman District Council (TDC), Community Trust and the Lotteries Commission, the current swimming pools were constructed. The pools were opened in December 1997. In August 1998 a generous bequest was made by the Estate of David Crowe to roof and fully enclose the pool. This was constructed in late 2001.
This facility includes a main pool which is 25 metres by 8 metres, a toddler’s pool, changing facilities and toilets. This facility is run by a Management Committee which includes community, TDC and Wakefield School Board of Trustee representatives.
For all pool inquiries please phone Karyn Young on 541 8190.
Our up-to-date resources support the school curriculum, reflect our bi-cultural heritage, interests of the children and our diverse community, and extend knowledge beyond our own social and cultural environment.
The library is the hub of the school where children can read, play board, floor and card games, access computers, and relax in a safe environment. Organised lunchtime activities include competitions and read-aloud stories.
For more information regarding hours, issuing books and library news please go to the Library page.
Wakefield School is a totally smoke free school therefore the school site and all school activities are smoke free. The Smoke-free Environments Act 2003, directs that all buildings and grounds are smoke-free, 24 hours a day, seven days a week (with no exemptions). This Act applies to anyone on the school grounds including students, staff, visiting parents, contractors, and people hiring the hall or using the school facilities outside of school hours.