Wellington Hindi School

Wellington Hindi School provides structured learning for children (including pre-schoolers). Learners become comfortable in conversational Hindi and later to read and write Hindi. This approach allows for a positive social and cultural network to develop amongst families from different backgrounds. It helps to integrate families who have recently come to NZ with long-standing members of the Hindi-speaking community of Wellington, providing networks that assist with successful resettlement. The students come from various language backgrounds. We also run adult classes on demand.

The Wellington Hindi School has been running for twenty years. Celebration activities are planned. Contact the school for further information.

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Projects 2011
Hindi Classes

The School’s Hindi classes are orientated towards language and culture maintenance and development. The School has been fortunate to have professional teachers with many years of experience at all levels in the schooling system. Growing interest has resulted in the school having three locations across the Wellington region where classes are held. Classes are held at different times in these locations to ensure greater participation.

Lower Hutt

Community Resources Centre  Corner Laings Road and Myrtle Street
Time: Sundays 10am -12.00pm


Newlands School
Time: Saturdays 1.30 – 3.00pm

Wellington City

Multicultural Services Centre
39 Webb Street
Sundays 10am -12.00pm

In additional to these classes we also run the Conversational Hindi Classes for Adults. These classes will be of interest to people who would like an introduction to the Hindi language.

Wellington Hindi School Strategic Plan

In 2008 the school developed its Vision 2010 which is the framework for the school’s development. The school’s Board is responsible for implementation of this strategic direction.

Hindi Vaani: Newsletter of the Wellington Hindi School

The newsletter provides an update on what is happening in the school and broader community. It encourages children’s and parents’ involvement.

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