Did you know that the Point England way started in 2000 or 2001, Otalani Meleisa was a former teacher in Point England who found some ideas for the Point England. Before it used to be Belonging to Point England but right now Mr Burt and the teachers changed it to The Point England Way.
What does the Point England way mean to you? Well to me it means to enjoy one another's company, to be happy with one another, and to feel safe here at school. Have you ever heard the three P’s, the three P’s are Partnership, Protection and Participation and they come from the Treaty of Waitangi. The 3P's are what the Point England Way is all about as well.
Every Friday we have an assembly. The first thing we do is we sing the national anthem which is a tradition to our school. We also have a few koreros. Every term Mr Burt always makes up a korero for the rest of the term. A korero is a saying or a phrase that demonstrates how to behave at Point England School. For example so far this year our korero have been 'Put Yourself In Their Shoes' and 'Play in the Right Place'