Napier Intermediate has a focused direction for our goals and vision.
At the centre of this remains our intention to provide the best possible education - academically, sporting, and culturally to all students.

A positive partnership between home and school is essential to achieve the goals that you as parents, we as teachers, and your child as the learner, want to realise. We will work together to enable your child to reach his/her potential.

Students at Napier Intermediate will be challenged, extended, and motivated in an array of activities. They will have the chance to gain the skills and knowledge required in order to succeed at High School, and in their lives outside school.

At our school, every student has the opportunity to make a unique contribution, within an environment, which has high standards and expectations - both behaviourally and academically.

Napier Intermediate's ERO Report Summary 2014

Napier Intermediate trustees, senior leaders and teachers focus on improvement and are well placed to sustain and improve the school's performance. Students participate in a wide range of learning experiences in and outside of the classroom. Plans are in place to improve student progress and achievement, particularly in writing.

Please click on the following link for a more indepth report.

Upcoming Events:


Term dates 2017

Term 2 - 1st May - 7th July

Term 3 - 24th July - 29th Sept

Term 4 - 16th Oct - 15th Dec

 Winter uniform is required for term 2

Clcik uniform button above in quick links.

student achievement book

Information for parents/caregivers.  Click this link to find out about the 'blue book'.

our winter sports teams are getting organised

Go to the 'Latest newsletter and notice' button under Quick Links to  find out what you need to fill in and return.

pastoral care

Click on this link to see our Pastoral Care booklet

Netsafe NZ

Click on this link to familiarise yourself with the new online complaints process for dealing with cyber bullying and other harmful digital communications.

This is a free service for both schools and whānau. 

Bullying - Advice to Young people

Click here