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Principal Update - Week 5, Term 4, 2021

Kia Ora folks

This week we cover the following things:

  • A huge thanks to our volunteers, your support over the year has been invaluable!

  • Please note that volunteers now need to have one dose of the vaccine, and be fully vaccinated by next year. We advise that volunteers request their proof of vaccination letters through the my covid record website. This will be for anyone who will be helping us out with the students on (or off) our site.

  • Class lists will be finalised next week on Wednesday with our first visit to the new classroom. Remember we are trying to place a large number of students turning 7 or 8 next year. These students will be across a number of classrooms. Please trust us. Come next Wednesday, I will not be discussing these placements any further with whanau.

  • If you are leaving us next year, please let us know.

  • Don't forget progress reports in reading, writing and maths will be emailed on the 3rd of December. Please make sure we have your contact details up to date through the school office.

  • As far as we know, we won't be vaccinating students on our site (for Covid, or anything else). There has been some speculation about this, and we are getting some inquiries. Parents are best to discuss this with their GP if they have concerns. We don't anticipate providing this service at all.

  • Reminder that our end of year procedures will be very different this year given that schools are not allowed to hold any event that brings together more than 100 people. We will try our hardest to ensure these are still a great celebration for our students and we thank you all for your patience at this time.

  • Finally, please note that our office hours will be changing in the next week and we will keep you updated about this.


I will be in touch next week in the lead up to the end of the year on the 14th of December.


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