At KMS, we seek to develop students as leaders with a variety of roles and responsibilities in our school. In each learning space, tamariki have leadership responsibilities such as tech support. As learners progress into Year 5 and 6, they have the opportunity to take on additional roles and responsibilities such road patrol or bus warden.
All students are assigned a house when they are enrolled at KMS. Families (siblings and cousins) are kept together in houses. Our four Houses are named after local areas surrounding Kirwee: Courtenay; Halkett; Aylesbury and Kimberley. Each House has two House Captains and their main job is to gather students together to build our “family feel” across the school. They achieve this by providing support and friendship to all of the children.
The Student Council holds regular meetings to discuss and find solutions for issues around the school and organise events around the school. They then formulate a plan to ensure these issues are addressed.
2019 STUDENT COUNCIL
2019 SCHOOL LIBRARIANS
From left to right: George Emery; Annabelle Cadman; Gemma Pankhurst; Cohen Todd; Amethyst Armstrong; Ben Robinson
From left to right: Devon Mahuika; Hannah Brett; Amethyst Armstrong; Sophie Clayton; Zoe Truscott
2019 PALS LEADERS
2019 HOUSE CAPTAINS
From left to right: Riley Jones; Gemma Pankhurst; Oscar Opie; Liberty Lochore; Cohen Todd
Halkett - Hunter Thyne and Oscar Opie; Aylesbury - Liberty Lochore and Riley Jones; Kimberley - Zoe Truscott and Cameron Cridge; Courtenay - Sophie Clayton and Ben Robinson