Welcome to

Heaton Normal Intermediate School

Welcome to Heaton Normal Intermediate School 

At our coeducational, two-year school catering for about 550 local and international students aged 11-13 years, we strive to provide a future-focused education for every child.

Our school is strongly based on valuing diversity, integrity, creativity and excellence. We want every student to thrive and be the best they can be in an environment where there is a real emphasis on supportive, caring, and encouraging relationships.

Early adolescence is a unique and special time of immense physical, intellectual, emotional, and social development. These changes create specific needs and challenges that are significantly different from the needs of younger children or older adolescents. Our outstanding team of highly qualified, experienced, and skilled teachers are specialists in working with students in their early adolescence.

We provide a wide range of opportunities for every student in the visual and performing arts, sport, leadership, clubs, and in all academic areas.

We welcome international students to our school community. We believe all our students benefit from learning and developing alongside students from a wide range of cultures and backgrounds.

Andrea Knight


In partnership with families and our community, to develop students who are confident, respectful and motivated lifelong learners who can meet challenges, take responsibility for themselves and contribute to our community.

Our Vision 

Latest News


Reporting Student Learning Progress: 2021 End of Year Report

Kia ora whānau

Today you can enjoy reading about your child’s learning progress posted by your child’s class teacher. This can be... read more


External Academic Competitions

Each year we offer Heaton students the opportunity to participate in external academic competitions. This year, students can choose from ... read more


Hero Notifications

Following our migration from Linc-ed to Hero, there has been a change in how parents receive notifications when school communication is posted. read more