Welcome to Sir Douglas Bader Intermediate School.
Sir Douglas Bader Intermediate has provided Mangere with an educational pathway into college since 1982, and 36 years on, we are proud to proclaim that this is still very much a key focus within the school. Catering for the emerging adolescent requires teaching professionals that not have a deep pedagogical understanding of curriculum and assessment, but more importantly the empathy of understanding the difficulties that students confront through identity and social belonging within this age group. It is extremely exciting that we able to provide the staff that are able to implement effective, modern, creative and challenging curriculum opportunities that aims to nurture and support students throughout their time here at Sir Douglas Bader.
As a staff, we are truly committed to serving our local community, families and students to ensure that they all are able to then engage with ourselves through their local school, and more importantly, reach their potential. If you have any questions, please free to contact ourselves directly. We look forward to meeting you.
- Kia Ora whanau, Just a reminder to all parents and caregivers, school will be CLOSED on Thursday 6th Feb (Waitangi Day), and Friday 7th Feb (Staff PD Day), we will re-open for instruction on Monday 10th Feb at 8:45am. Nga mihiRead More »
- If you are thinking of an intermediate school for your child, why not check out our School Prospectus! Have a browse through and see what Bader Intermediate can offer your child, you are always more than welcome to call our school office with any queries you may have on 09 …Read More »
- Online Enrolments are now available for those who are wanting to enrol your child this way – simply copy and paste the following hyperlink into your address bar: https://ole.musac.school.nz/Default?schoolId=9abd3db3-7ff9-4f91-ae9f-53ad2b169228 Please ensure you upload all required documents, such as: NZ Birth Certificate or NZ Passport Relevant and current documentation for those …Read More »