Term 4 Level 3 start

15 October 2021

Message from our Principal

Please join us for a zoom assembly on Monday as we start Term 4!

15 October 2021

Kia ora tatou,

This school holiday break has been a very different break to what we are used to. I hope all our children and families have been able to unwind, relax, enjoy hobbies and interests and taken time to recharge as we get ready to prepare for our final school term for the year.

We have 13 students registered onsite for Level 3 bubble school on Monday. As per our previous communication, school is very different in Level 3. Working stations are spaced out, class bubbles are no bigger than 10 and all Level 3 protocols are followed and put in place. We look forward to welcoming everyone back to term 4 on Monday either from home or at school.

Whether students are onsite or learning from home, learning will be the same and take place through our Distance Learning model. Thank you once again to our teaching staff for their planning and preparation of this. Thank you once again to our parents and caregivers for your supervision and support of our Distance Learning. What a team!

As we are unable to start the term together in the hall as we usually would to welcome everyone back, we will attempt a full school assembly on Zoom.

Please save the link below and support your child to access this link on Monday 18th October. Assembly will begin at 9am and take approximately 20 minutes. Families are welcome to join us. Please ensure your child’s mute is on so that there is no background noise while the welcome back notices are on.

Join Zoom Meeting


Meeting ID: 655 325 4656

Passcode: 300068

Enjoy a wonderful weekend ahead with your families, perhaps an outdoor picnic or two if the weather allows it. I look forward to seeing everyone on Monday on Zoom.

He aha te mea nui o te ao? He tāngata, he tāngata, he tāngata.

What is the most important thing in the world? It is the people, it is the people, it is the people.

Ngā mihi nui,

Carla Veldman / Principal

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