Information from the Ministry of Education 1/04/2020 (edited)

 It is a good idea to ensure that your children are safe online during this time of lockdown. Make sure you have an agreement with your children about what they can do online including sites they can visit and appropriate behaviours including: reviewing and approving games and apps before they are downloaded reviewing privacy settings … Read moreInformation from the Ministry of Education 1/04/2020 (edited)

Monday 30/03/2020

Hi everyone I hope you are staying safe and being kind to each other. Today is the start of our holiday break. Take the time to have fun, play games and do things together. Remember to take some time for yourself as well. Our learning at home page is still available with heaps of activities … Read moreMonday 30/03/2020

Letter to Parents

With yesterday’s announcement by Government, we are implementing with urgency our plan to support your child’s learning from home. We appreciate this is a sudden and significant change, and will be heavily disruptive to many people in our community. For children of essential workers, we look forward to seeing your child here at school this morning. … Read moreLetter to Parents

Communication from Ministry of Education

Information and advice for students, whānau, and the education sector. From Tuesday 24 March, early learning services, schools and kura will be closed for most students. Children whose parents are essential workers will be able to attend early learning services or school on 24 and 25 March, while their parents make other arrangements. Early learning … Read moreCommunication from Ministry of Education


I am waiting for specific instructions from the Ministry of Education and will send this out as soon as possible. From our Prime Minister’s address to the nation today I can clarify that school is only open for students whose parents are in Essential Services (Police, Fire and Emergency, Medical, Pharmacies and Supermarkets). There will … Read moreTODAY’S NEWS

Students At Home

We are aware that a number of parents are keeping their children home as a precaution and to keep other family members with compromised health safe. We fully support this decision. Students will be marked with a justified absence and these absences will not be reflected on their reports.  Today we are constructing an extra … Read moreStudents At Home