Update - 4 March 2022
The numbers of positive cases within our Kura hāpori continues to climb and we have kaimahi and tamariki who are effected in someway and are isolating at home.
Kura is still open for onsite learning, however, we need whānau to be prepared to keep tamariki at home should plans need to change at short notice. Kaiako and tamariki are ready for Kura@Kainga.
As a precautionary measure we have sent devices and learning packs home with tamariki of Wharekura and Te Uru Kahikatea. They will be taking devices home each night and need to return them to Kura daily.
Early next week we will have Manaaki Packs for whānau to collect from Kura. Should we need to deliver (as you are isolating and have no way to have them collected) we need to ensure that we have your correct address. Please complete the form below to help us with this.
Please get in contact with us as soon as possible if your tamaiti has tested positive for COVID-19 or is required to isolate by calling the tari on 03 337 4360 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
I implore you to continue to take care of each other and watch for signs of illness in your whānau, you can ring the COVID health line 0800 3585453 if you need more information.
Whānau Hui - Wednesday 9th March, 6pm
Join us online to hear about our steps forward for teaching and learning over the next couple of weeks.
This is also an opportunity for whānau to ask questions and share any concerns they have about learning here at Kura or online at home.
What do I do if I have tested positive for COVID-19?
What type of contact am I?
How should I get ready for Covid coming to my whare?
Can I still get vaccinated?
Where can I get an isolation plan from?
Where can I get help for food and accomodation?