We stand proud beneath the white of the snow capped mountain.
We wear the joyous yellow of the kowhai.
We meet beneath the pink of the evening sky, bathing the pohutukawa lined Orongorongo valley in its gentle light.
We proudly wear the orange of the signal fire.
We gather together beneath the cool shade of forest green and the emblem of a chief’s feather.
We are proud to assemble beneath the colour purple and the symbol of the nikau.
We wear the joyous yellow of the kowhai. Our maunga is Matairangi, the southern peak which can be seen from our school field.
This is the point where the bird spirit of the taniwha Whataitai alighted after his death. There it watched over the harbour below and this is our kaupapa, to keep watch over the needs of others, to serve and protect.