Seatoun Matariki Star Walk

Gather at these points with a torch from 5.40pm to walk together to Seatoun School’s Matariki celebration weather permitting. If walk cancelled, meet at school hall 6pm  

Star Walk Locations 
Cnr Ferry St & Marine Parade Matariki 5.40pm
Cnr Ludlam St & Falkirk St 5.45pm
Cnr Forres St & Monro St  5.50pm
Cnr Burnham St & Inglis St 5.50pm

Cnr Pinnacle St & Monro St 5.50pm
Cnr Ludlam St & Hector St 5.45pm
Cnr Ferry St & Tiotio Rd 5.40pm  

“Kānapanapa mai ana a Matariki” Matariki shines on the New Year 


2018 Seatoun School’s Got Talent  Entry Form and information

Tony Ryan Parent Presentation - What is Going to Happen in the Future? 10mb PDF - held on Monday May 28


Seatoun School Shop

SMS Student Management System LINC-ED

LINC-ED Parent Accounts


Welcome to Seatoun School

Seatoun School has a proud tradition of being a focal point in the community and has always enjoyed a high level of community involvement.

The school caters for children from new entrants up to year eight and reflects Seatoun's multi-cultural community. Students from Maori, European, Indian, Pacific Island, Chinese and Asian backgrounds attend Seatoun School and we are extremely proud of the safe, caring, family environment our full primary status provides.

Seatoun School is about learning for everyone, children, parents and teachers - learning to know, learning to do, learning to live and learning to be. We aim to accomplish the primary goal of education - engendering a love of learning, a desire to learn and a capability and confidence to learn.

Seatoun School was established in 1916 as a 'side school' to Worser Bay. In 1921, Seatoun was recognised as a separate school and in April 2002 we moved into our wonderful new facilities on the old Fort Dorset site.