Samoan Language Week
This week is Samoan Language week. This year's theme is “Tautua nei mo sou manuia a taeao” – “Serve now for a better tomorrow”
Good morning – Manuia le Taeao
Have a great day – Ia manuia le aso
Have a great week – Ia manuia le vaiaso
Have a great evening – Ia manuia le afiafi
Take good care of your health – Vaai fa’alelei lou soifua
Follow this link to learn more Samoan phrases Gagana Sāmoa website
New Principal Appointment
The Evans Bay Intermediate School Board of Trustees is pleased to advise that it has appointed Louise Bray-Burns as the new principal of EBIS. Louise is currently the principal of Kapiti Primary School. Louise will commence her role at the start of Term 3. On behalf of the Board of Trustees, staff, parents and students of EBIS we welcome Louise to our school community.
Parent / Caregiver Information
Important Dates, Sports Registration Forms, ICAS and Bus Maps can be viewed on the Parent Information on Current Events
EBIS Evacuation Map
EBIS Evacuation Procedures
EBIS Cross-Country course
Sports Registration / Bus Maps
Click here to view Parent Information on Current Activities and recent announcements.
Sports registration forms and bus maps are also available from the Parent Information page.
Click here to view a range of games and activities that will support your learning at school and at home. Learning Games and Activities.
Athletics Day Photos
2014 Student Survey results.
A group of staff are undergoing Professional Development on the content and implementation of the PB4L programme. This group make up the PB4L team in our school who will be tasked with its implementation. To find out more, click on the following link PB4L.
Uniforms are no longer sold by the school but are avaliable through NZ Uniforms
Flyer download here.
Evans Bay Intermediate
Evans Bay Intermediate School specialises in providing high quality middle school learning opportunities for years 7 and 8 students.
In the two years that students have at EBIS, Staff and Board work together to give students every opportunity to:
- experience success
- become a critical, reflective and creative thinker
- treat themselves, others and their environment with respect; and
- have a sense of community and care for others around them
Intermediate Schools are not primary schools, not secondary schools, but schools specially for students in those wonderfully unique, "middle years"
I welcome your email or phone call, to find out what makes the EBIS experience, so special.
Mrs Marie Okeby