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It is every student’s right to be safe, and feel safe at school. 

We have made significant strides over many years in creating a culture at the College that supports and encourages student well-being. We have invested heavily in a commitment to pastoral care that emphasises the importance of student care and respect for others. 

This includes the development of Student Guidelines and Discipline Policies that make it clear any breaches of major school rules, including bullying, harassment, and gross misconduct, will not be tolerated. These policies are regularly reviewed and updated and are published each year in our Student Handbook. The College has also developed a Student Protection Policy and associated processes to safeguard the well-being of our students.

The College recognises and acknowledges that not all students have had a positive experience during their time at King’s College and we know that, amongst our Old Collegian community, there are those who suffered bullying or other negative experiences. For that, we sincerely apologise to all former students and their families.


Talking about your experience

In acknowledging and apologising for these past experiences, we have also put in place a support and listening service. If you would like to engage with this listening service, please email

You can also contact the listening service by writing to Listening Service c/o King’s College, PO Box 22012, Otahuhu, Auckland 1640 and marking the envelope ‘Listening Service.’

King's College encourages any of its Old Collegians to make use of this service if they would find it helpful.

If you prefer to contact someone at the College directly, please email the Headmaster at:

Alternatively, should any Old Collegian wish to speak directly with the NZ Police.  They have been invited to go to their local Police station, contact them via their 105 service or report the incident online at, using Update My Report, referencing file number 231017/1444.

Information can also be provided anonymously via Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111.