Kia ora, Talofa, Malo e lelei, Faka alofa lahi atu, Nisa Bula vinaka, Taloha Ni, Namaste, Aloha, Salaam alaikum, Kia orana, Ni Hao
Term 4 is here and the temperature is warming up. Students and teachers
are excited to continue with the planned activities, trips and events for the
last term of this year.
We are happy to be out of Alert level 2 and see our whānau and tamariki
coming through the gates again. Attendance has been close to normal.
Having the ability to gather in larger groups is wonderful. Thank you,
parents, for your support thus far.
We had a whole school assembly after a long while. Staff and students
appreciated this community feeling. Teaching and learning are gaining
Your compliance with road safety laws assists in keeping our community
safe. Please do not park on the footpath and make u-turns in front of the
school. This behaviour puts our tamariki at risk.
Monday is Labour Day and I hope you have a lovely extended long
weekend with your family. Take care and be safe.
He waka eke noa
We’re all in this together
BE SAFE Me Haumaru
BE KIND Me Atawhai
BE YOU Me Koe