Miller Avenue School

Nau mai haere mai - Welcome to Miller Avenue School, Paeroa

Miller Avenue School is constantly working on the way we deliver learning outcomes that ensure our  focus is clearly on the growth of the individual. To enable this, the quality of the teaching and teachers remains paramount, regardless of where students find themselves on the learning continuum. We believe in catering to the individual needs of students, this practice is embodied in the development of our personalised learning plans for every student in our school. Teachers, students and the Board of Trustees hold high expectations for student growth and there has been a steady rise in achievement across the whole school because of this. 

We are working on being a progressive school that embraces what it is to be successful at school, we provide some wonderful school extra curricular activities, classroom teaching, values and skills.  Ākonga (students) are encouraged to participate in their community and join some of the many community groups.  Our primary focus is to continue developing the following:

- PB4L

-Enviro school philosophy

-cultural connectedness

-MAS graduate profile 

This year we have built on and strongly developed our PB4L (Positive Behaviour 4 Learning) processes and procedures, which is teaching our tamariki explicitly how to be active members of their learning by practising the school values through our 'Simply the Best' motto:  this means that they are learning to be: 

B: brave

E: engaged

S: sensible

T: thinking

2023 has been a wonderful year of growth and opportunity for our ākonga (students) and kaiako (teachers) & kaiāwhina (support staff) and our recent parent survey results attest to this.  

MAS is a fun and engaging place to learn and teach.  We welcome you to come and visit us.

Whaea Debs - Tumuaki
Mrs Deborah Eastham - Principal from June 2022

Paeroa is situated on undulating country on the northern bank of the Ohinemuri River near its junction with the Waihou River. The Coromandel Range lies immediately to the east and the extensive Hauraki Plain to the west. The town is a road junction where routes from Hamilton, Thames, and Tauranga, and four State highways converge. By road Paeroa is 24 kms south of Thames, 20 kms north of Te Aroha, and 83 kms south-east of Auckland.