Ormiston Primary School is the second school among the three schools along Ormiston Road opening in 2015. The schools are next to each other in what could be described as a “greater” campus.

Flat Bush Seven

Seven Flatbush schools, Ormiston Senior College, Ormiston Junior College, Ormiston Primary, Mission Heights Junior College, Mission Heights Primary school, Baverstock Oaks and Te Uho o te Nikau Primary School combine to make the Flatbush Seven Network. The local school Principals had a vision of teachers and leaders working alongside each other for professional learning and engaging in collaborative opportunities for the community benefit. Over the past few years the schools have come together on a combined educator only day to share expertise and learning.

The Ormiston/Flat Bush Area

Located in South-East Auckland, Ormiston is one of Auckland and New Zealand’s newest communities. Surrounded by stunning green spaces and parks, the overall design of the Town Centre brings together elements of a metropolitan environment, exceptional community services and resources, and parks and green fingers which link the entire community.

At the moment, Ormiston is the fastest growing suburban area in New Zealand. Ormiston population is expected to exceed 125,000 people by 2031

Key features already in development or use in the Ormiston Community include:

  • Community centre
  • Library (state of the art council library opening 2023)
  • Aquatic centre (Opening around 2025)
  • Barry Curtis Park including playgrounds and sports fields
  • Pedestrian and cycle pathways

If you’d like to find out more about Ormiston, its features and developments check out the Ormiston Town Centre Website or the Auckland City Council’s Planning documentation.