Term One starts with Parent Conferences on Thursday February 1, with all students starting on Friday February 2, 2024.  Parents are encouraged to bring their child to the Parent Conferences on Thursday. 


Development Trust


The Trust was established in 1998 to provide an enduring benefit for both present and future generations of students through the prudent development of a capital fund. Contributions to the Trust are invested securely and the interest earned is used to benefit the school. For further information contact the school office.

Our Strategic Aim

The Development Trust's strategic aim is to grow the capital fund in order to provide on-going financial support to allow the school to deliver excellence in the education it provides.
We are concerned not only with the well-being of the current students but for the generations to come as well.

The Development Trust is also focused on increasing the awareness of the Trust in the school and local community

DT Aims - English version
DT Aims - Chinese version

Current Trustees

The Development Trust is governed by a Board of Trustees, appointed by the RPS Board of Trustees. The trustees include one representative from the RPS Board of Trustees and one from the RPS PTA.

The current Boards members are:

Ross Hancox (Chair)

Nelson Wang

Paula Evans

Jason Goodall

Campbell Izzard


How you can Contribute

To accommodate a diverse community, individuals, families and businesses can contribute to the Trust in a number if ways.


All families are encouraged to pledge an annual amount to the Trust.

'One -off' Contributions

Past pupils, friends, even grandparents may find this more suitable.

Regular automatic payment
Smaller, regular payments may be more suitable for some contributors. A form with bank details will be provided to you.

Sponsorship or advertising
For significant donations, the school will consider naming rights on particular facilities. Advertising on Trust informational material can also be negotiated.


You may include a donation to the Trust in your will. The Trust is happy to provide legal assistance to individuals considering this option.

For more information on The Remuera Primary School Development Trust contact the School Principal on 520 2458.
Recognition for contributors
Contributors will receive a personal acknowledgement, together with a receipt for their contribution. You may request acknowledgement in the name of another person, for example, a son or daughter. All contributors will be acknowledged in the Trust's annual report to parents and friends of the school. Contributors who wish to remain
anonymous may do so.

Cumulative contributions will be recognised according to the total sum donated or pledged. Gold and Silver contributors will be inscribed on a donors' board in the school hall.

Gold $5,000 and above

Silver $2,500 - $4,999

Bronze $1,000 - $2499

To make a donation, please click on the link below.


To purchase a tile for the "Heritage Tile Wall", please click on the link below.

Heritage Wall