Panmure, New Zealand - Education

Education

Schools in the area include:

  • State secondary schools serving the area include St Peter's College.
  • Carey College a Primary, Secondary and College School located in Lagoon Drive, it offers Christian Education and offers Education for pupils from Year 1 to Year 13.
  • St. Patrick's School, a Co-ed Primary School that offers Education to Year 1 to 8 pupils. It is located in Church Crescent.

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