18 February 2021
IMPORTANT NOTICE – Moving to Alert Level 1
Kia ora koutou
It was great news to hear we are moving to Alert Level 1 so quickly. While new cases in the community are always disappointing to hear of, it is reassuring to see how quickly they have been identified. I am sure we are all grateful for the efforts of our health workers, scientists and technicians in this regard, and the thousands of people who have been tested.
As a community we need to avoid the complacency which New Zealanders tend to quickly move into when we are at lower alert levels. Please do continue to scan QR codes and monitor closely for illness within your whānau.
Our focus as always will be to support the learning, safety and wellbeing of our rangatahi and tamariki and we continue to be here to support you too.
Please don’t hesitate to contact your child’s kaiako or the kura, if there is something you need assistance with.
He waka eke noa.
Congratulations to all students. Special Awards Recipients: JUNIOR PRAISEGIVING SPECIAL AWARDS 2020 PRINCIPAL’S AWARD – Top Year 10 Students Anahera Maihi & Tamara Matthews TUKUA O PUNGA AWARDS – Top Overall Achievement Charmaine Mathews-Birchall (Year 7) Kees Jenkins & Awatea :Poutai (Year 8) Zarah Thomson (Year 9) SCHOOL SUPPORT
Y7&8 REITU and REIPAE PRODUCTION They say ‘Out of chaos comes great wonders,’ and the Y7&8 students certainly proved it true, from the weeks of practise leading up to the Production evening. A huge thank you to our whanau who came along and supported us on the night. You gave
YEAR 10 CAMP – was an absolute blast, enjoyed by all!! Bring on 2021
The curtain closes on what has been a very busy term. I am hugely proud of what our students, kura and community have achieved during what can only be described as interesting times. Without doubt the opening of our Tauira is the highlight of the year to