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
Kia ora, we are excited to announce our healthy school lunch programme starts on Monday 3rd May. Every student will be provided with lunch each day.
We have our Term One conferences happening next week on Wednesday and Thursday.
School will close early at 12:30pm on Thursday 15th April.
If you are unable to make alternative arrangements for your child on the Thursday afternoon please contact the office and we will arrange for them to be supervised until 3pm.
Please check your email or the Skool Loop app for details about how to book a time.
Kia ora, please read the attached letter for information about the return to school at Level 2.
Kia ora koutou,
Please read the attached information about the latest change to alert level 3. You can access the Chromebook loan form here.
There are a number of events this term and the recent lockdown has meant some of these have been moved. We encourage you to regularly check the calendar on either the website or the Skool Loop app to see the latest information.
A letter has been sent home today providing information about some recent changes, please check your email and the Skool Loop app to read this.
Please read the attached letter for the latest information for our school community.
Please see the attached letter for the latest information.
We have our first opportunity to meet as a community on Wednesday, February 17, when we have our 'Meet the Teacher' Evening. This is a time where parents/whānau and students are warmly invited to attend an informal BBQ and find out more about our school.
While the summer holidays are a welcome break, we are looking forward to starting a new school year in 2021. Please read below for important information for the beginning of Term 1.
First day of school- Tuesday 9th February, 8:40am. All new students will be welcomed with a powhiri and parents/whānau are invited to attend also.
School office is open from Tuesday 2nd February.
Stationery can be purchased through the office. You can pre-order in Term 4, please see the stationery information page for more details.