The Trips Trust is to enable the community to help fund students on school camps/trips where financial hardship is a barrier.
When a student can’t go on a school camp or trip because their family can’t afford it, something’s not quite right.
The Greytown School Trips Trust was borne out of a need to ensure all of its students could participate in Education Outside the Classroom (EOTC) – a core element of the New Zealand curriculum and essential for ensuring students are able to reach their full potential.
The Board has set up this givealittle page to enable ex pupils, the community, businesses and supporters of the Trust to contribute and help fund students to go on trips. The funds for these trips are difficult to raise for some families who are experiencing hardship.
The Principal, as a trustee, will identify those students he/she believes would benefit from the Trust.
The Trust is grateful for your support – every little bit helps.
More about us
Greytown School was first established in 1857.
It is a full primary for students from Years 1-8.
The school draws students from the town and from the surrounding farming areas. The school has a positive partnership with the community.
We take pride in ensuring that students have access to quality learning opportunities.
We strive to provide a safe, attractive, caring and supportive environment for all students and staff.
Students are encouraged to strive for excellence in sport, the arts and academic endeavours.