CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF WAIMAUKU SCHOOL
Waimauku School warmly invites all past and present students, staff and friends of the school to celebrate our centenary over the weekend of the 20th of March 2021. Everybody is welcome to register to purchase tickets to join us in a wonderful weekend of events and celebrations.
Partner registration $15
Friday night mix and mingle $30 per person
Saturday night dinner and dance $80 per person
Centenary Book $20
Centenary Book postage (if not collecting from the office) $4
Payment options: Cash, Eftpos at the office (sorry no credit cards)
Direct Credit 06 0153 0216435 00
reference Centenary and your name
Programme of Events
Thursday 18 March
Centenary Golf Day
The PTA will be holding the Golf Day at Muriwai Golf Course. More details to follow.
Friday 19 March
6pm - 9pm Mix and Mingle at Waimauku School Hall.
This will be a casual evening for past pupils, teachers, staff and supporters. (Age 18+)
Photographs and memorabilia will be on display.
Delectable Cuisine will serve tasty finger food and Hallertau will run a cash bar.
Saturday 20 March
11am - 3pm Family Picnic Day
Food and coffee trucks will be on site for those that don’t wish to bring their own picnics. Entertainment will be organised by the wider Waimauku School Community.
No alcohol will be permitted at this event.
The school hall will be open for anyone wishing to see the displays of Waimauku School history and memorabilia.
11am Registrations open
12pm Official Welcome
12:30pm School Decade Photographs for registered attendees
6pm Dine and Dance
The Centenary dine and dance will be held in the School hall. (Age 18+)
Dinner will be served at 6:30pm by Delectable Cuisine with a cash bar run by Hallertau.
At 8pm ‘The Renegades’ band will begin, with the evening concluding at midnight.
The Waimauku School Centenary Book committee is putting together a book to celebrate 100 years of our School. We are seeking submissions of writing, photos, and documents for our book. We would love to see artefacts such as previous reports if you would be happy for them to be included. We are looking for writing that covers the history of the area and the school, as well as anecdotes or memories about past pupils’ time at school. We would also be interested in hearing about significant achievements of our past pupils that could be mentioned in the book.
If you are interested in submitting an article or file sharing your memories or knowledge of the school please send it to with ‘Centenary Book’ as the subject heading. Hard copies may be forwarded to the school office marked ‘Attention: Jenni Supeck.’ Submissions are appreciated as soon as possible, with a cut off date of mid December (end of term four).
Please be aware that it may not be possible to include all submissions due to space constraints.
Maggie, Emma, Lexi, Kaiya, and Maya.
(Year 8 students, Waimauku School)