COVID-19 UPDATES

Level 2.5 to continue

To our community – re Level 2.5 -yesterdays announcement Prime Minister’s announcement on alert levelsThe Prime Minister has announced Cabinet’s decision made today, that a short extension to existing alert levels will apply.  For Auckland the same limit to gatherings will continue to apply (10 people). This decision will be reviewed by

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Welcome to Dairy Flat School

Strive for Excellence, Care for All

Principal’s Welcome

Kia Ora,
Welcome to Dairy Flat School.
Dairy Flat is a rural haven close to Auckland, where our families can enjoy the freedom of space and feel connected to the country. The school greatly benefits from strong support from our community.

Our school aims to “provide the best possible learning experiences and environment to facilitate students to become lifelong learners who strive for excellence, value diversity, think creatively and care for themselves and others.” We believe that ‘everyone can become a powerful learner, in a supportive, connected learning environment based on respect for each other and reflective practices.’

Dairy Flat School has a long and proud tradition. The school was established in 1878, and from old accounts of the district, Dairy Flat had a predecessor, Pukeatua School, which had a roll of twenty. The school has certainly progressed from its early beginning and now proudly offers excellent learning and teaching. We are responsive to the community and the needs of the children.

Debbie Marshall
​Principal

Learning at Dairy Flat School

Our Learning

Our Values

Activities

Newsflash

Newsflash

Mufti Day – Gold coin for environment – Fri 18 September 2020 CALENDAR ART Order forms will go out this week. Your child will have an individual number so that you can login, view, order and pay online. Calendar Classic $12 Cards $14 Dairies $16 Mouse Mats $16 Sketch Pad $14 These are great for Christmas gifts, displaying your child’s own Artwork. If you have any problems please contact Julie Atkinson [email protected] Orders open this Thursday 17th September and close 1st October Week 9 – Ag Day Groceries – Candyland eg marshmallows, lolly pops, party mix anything yummy!!!! Reminder all YUMMY STICKER charts need to be handed in to Ms Ryder by Friday 18th September at the latest as they need

Events

Wednesday, September 23

Year 3- 6 Cricket skills
9:00 am – 1:30 pm

Thursday, September 24

COLOUR RUN
12:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Friday, September 25

END OF TERM 3
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Monday, October 12

TERM 4 Begins
8:00 am – 9:00 am
Whole School - End of Term 3 Assembly
9:00 am – 10:00 am

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