Since 1909 Stanley Bay School has been welcoming tamariki for learning, play, growth and community. While there is no doubt education has always been the top priority, Stanley Bay School has also been a place where friendships have been formed, ambitions sparked and firm memories made. These memories, from past ākonga, parents and teachers, form the school’s history. We believe that knowing and appreciating that history enriches our school and its current pupils.

We know Stanley Bay School holds a lot of meaning for past pupils, families and teachers and want to welcome this extended whānau into our current school community. We have lots of ideas in the works to involve and benefit our SBS alumni including newsletters, events, networks and mentoring opportunities. We would love to share them with you.

If you were a past pupil, caregiver, teacher or member of the SBS school community in any way we would love to hear from you and keep in touch. Please leave your details below so we can ensure you are updated on news, events and other initiatives designed especially for alumni.

Thank you so much for your interest in and contribution to the history and legacy of Stanley Bay School.

You may like to view the video made at the Stanley Bay Centennial Celebrations in 2009

Ka mua, ka muri
Walk backwards, into the future.