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Pukekohe Intermediate School

Intermediate (Years 7-8, approx age 11-12)

At Pukekohe Intermediate School we will challenge students to aim high, inspire them to be lifelong learners and to be confident and positive contributors to society.​  

The course of study will be as Year 7 or Year 8 and will offer an initial intensive English language programme if necessary.  In the initial programme, students will have a mixture of their own classroom and a New Zealand student classroom.  If enrolment is accepted, your child will be tested to determine the entry level and initial support for English language. The school has a policy with the number of international students enrolled full time (enquire with us about this). This is to ensure we can guarantee top quality home stay accommodation and a specialised English Language Programme.

Contact Pukekohe Intermediate School
Physical address

Queen Street Pukekohe
2120 Auckland
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Phone numbers

09 23 86568
021 0841 8775

  • Number of students: 650
  • Number of international students: 20
  • Male and Female

School features

  • English language support
  • Homestay placement service


  • Homestay

Pukekohe is the largest town in the Franklin district and a popular shopping destination, 45 minutes from the centre of Auckland City. It is rather unique in being one of the few semi-rural intermediates in New Zealand. The school is well resourced for information technology (BYOD) with computers and the internet featuring strongly in the school’s curriculum programmes. We have a number of purpose built specialist classrooms for food technology, hard materials and arts’ rooms. Students are encouraged to be involved in sports, choir, orchestra, music lessons, productions and dance. 

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