Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School is a new integrated Catholic primary school built in Airfield Road, Takanini. It is one of two primary schools in the area opened in February 2017. Planning for these schools has been driven by projections showing the rapid population growth in the Takanini area, where the school aged population is expected to grow by 4000 by 2020.
Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School will cater for primary aged students from Years 1 to 8 and serve the need of Catholic families who are moving into this growing community. The school falls within the boundaries of the St Mary’s Papakura and St Anne’s, Manurewa Parishes.
The Foundation Board of Trustees has been appointed with Philip Cortesi, recently retired principal of St Anne’s Catholic School in Manurewa, as chairperson. The Board of Trustees is working closely with the Catholic Diocese of Auckland in implementing our strategic plan for the school, which is based on our vision – Learn Love Serve – and what is needed to make this a living reality.
The primary goal of the school, as with all Catholic schools, is to provide an environment where children will encounter the living God and grow in knowledge and understanding of his teaching. With this as its foundation, Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School will be committed to celebrating an innovative and inspiring education of excellence, through which all students can work towards reaching their full potential.