Raureka School Term 3 Week 5 +
Newsletter 26 August 2021
Kia ora koutou katoa, Talofa lava, Kia orana,
The Ministry of Education have shared extra information, in the way of support, with us and would like us to share this with you.
Please see below;
Live and on-demand television content
Home Learning | Papa Kainga TV
- Home Learning | Papa Kāinga TV is back online and on television weekdays between 9am–1pm.
- Home Learning | Papa Kainga TV is primarily for learners without internet connectivity. It can be accessed on Duke+1 (Freeview channel 18). Those households who have Sky can also access Duke +1 on channel 504.
- For households who have internet connectivity they can access the lessons through TVNZ On Demand. Schedules are published on Learning from Home.
- Households may also need a reminder of how to enable captions – information can be found here.
Mauri Reo, Mauri Ora
- In partnership with Māori Television, we have now launched the Mauri Reo, Mauri Ora Kōanga 2021 series to ensure Māori language learning can continue anywhere, anytime for tamariki during and after Alert Level 4.
- The channel is full of new and engaging content, while also taking the chance to revisit some of the more popular lessons of the show enjoyed by tamariki in the comfort and safety of their bubbles.
- Every episode is presented by Māori language teachers and exponents with support from expert educationalists. Tamariki are encouraged through play, art, song and imagination to continue learning whether they are in a classroom, at home or in isolation.
- Mauri Reo, Mauri Ora Kōanga 2021 screens on Te Reo channel every weekday from 9am to 12pm beginning today. Programmes will also be available online on the Māori TV website and on the Māori+ app.
- The lesson schedule for the Mauri Reo, Mauri Ora Kōanga series can be found.
Information has also been updated about Vaccines;
Vaccine FAQs (including information for 12 to 15-year-olds)
The vaccine FAQ link has been restored and here is the attached document. This information has been provided by the Government to support any questions about vaccinations for 12 to 15-year-olds.
The Government know that this is a very difficult time for many families and they wanted us to share this with you.
If you have any problems please follow this up;
Access to food
Here’s a fact sheet with information about the many ways of getting food and other essential items. It covers:
- food delivery
- what to do if you can’t get food delivered
- staying safe when getting food delivered
- financial help to buy food
Please note, some foodbanks have been experiencing high demand. If there is a need for financial help to buy food, Work and Income may be able to help.
More places to get help
Helplines that are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week:
- Mental Health Crisis: 0800 800 717
- Lifeline for counselling and support: 0800 543 354 or 0800 LIFELINE
- Samaritans for confidential support for anyone who is lonely or in emotional distress: 0800 726 666
- Depression Helpline to talk to a trained counsellor about how you are feeling or to ask any questions: 0800 111 757 or free text 4206
- Healthline for advice from trained registered nurses: 0800 611 116
- Suicide Prevention Helpline: 0508 828 865
- Counselling Free Call or Text 1737.
- Family Services 211 Helpline for help finding and direct transfer to community-based health and social support services in your area: 0800 211 211
- Family Services Directory online
- Unite Against COVID-19: Family and sexual violence prevention for help and support if you’re experiencing family violence or sexual violence.
Take care and look after yourself.
Kia haumaru te noho kainga whanau
Be safe at home whanau