Kia ora koutou
All going well, we will be open on Wednesday next week for a small number of children who may
need to attend. As you imagine, it will not be school as we know it under Alert Level 2 or 1. All our
usual safety precautions for Alert Level 3 will be in place, which includes following all the
recommendations from the public health experts.
Please read our letter here for more detailed information.
Kia ora koutou
We are now all in Alert Level 4, which means that our school will be closed from tomorrow until at least Wednesday. Please read the attached letter for more information, and we will be in touch as this situation develops.
On the 7th and 8th of July we will be holding our student-led conferences where parents, students, and teachers can come together to discuss current achievement and set goals for the year.
School will close early on Wednesday 7th July at 12:30pm to allow for these conferences.
The deadline for deposits for a place on school camp was last Friday and thank-you to all those who have paid a deposit and sent in their form. You will receive confirmation of your place at camp in the next week.
Over the next few weeks we have two different providers working on exciting lessons with our students.
Life Education Van
The Life Ed Van will be here working with teachers and students to answer these three questions: What is stress, and how can it affect us? How do we make decisions? How can our feelings influence the way we act?
This Friday we are celebrating 'Pink Shirt Day' with a mufti day. We encourage all students to wear something pink as a way of showing their support for the anti-bullying message.
This week ākonga are learning about how to identify bullying and what to do if they experience it or see others being bullied. If we all work together we can make a difference.
There is an excellent website where you can learn about supporting your child and understanding bullying: bullyingfree.nz