Manurewa Intermediate

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Manurewa Intermediate
Russell Rd, Manurewa, Auckland, New Zealand
Coordinates 37°01′22″S 174°53′05″E / 37.0227°S 174.8847°E / -37.0227; 174.8847Coordinates: 37°01′22″S 174°53′05″E / 37.0227°S 174.8847°E / -37.0227; 174.8847
Type Year 7 & 8 Intermediate School
Motto Be Honest
Established 1961
Ministry of Education Institution no. 1353
Principal Mr Iain Taylor
School roll 765[1] (August 2018)
Socio-economic decile 1[2]

Manurewa Intermediate School is a large multicultural school, located in central Manurewa, a suburb of Auckland's Manukau City, New Zealand.


Manurewa Intermediate School started in 1961 and was officially opened in 1962.


The school draws from a large range of cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. This has led to the formation of several cultural groups within the school.

The Music Technology complex was opened in October 2000 by The Prime Minister of New Zealand Helen Clark.

Manurewa Intermediate also has a Morning Live school News, called MITV. It has useful information for students at the school (for example: fitness and trips). It is hosted by two students.


  1. ^ "Directory of Schools - as at 13 September 2018". New Zealand Ministry of Education. Retrieved 22 September 2018.
  2. ^ Decile change 2007 to 2008 for state & state integrated schools