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Tēnā koutou katoa

We welcome back our students that have returned and we appreciate that some of the child/ren have not yet returned to school as some of you might still have some concerns and be feeling anxious for their well-being.

We are taking the Ministry of Health position that it is safe for children to physically attend school.

Getting back to a normal routine is important for the health and wellbeing of your children, and being around their peers and teachers will help them feel in control and reassured. We have certainly seen this in the children who have returned to school already – huge smiles and a genuine sense of happiness.

We are looking forward to welcoming all of our children back to school next week (Tuesday 2nd June, Monday is a public holiday) and making it a positive experience for them and for you.  You can walk them to their class and check-in with their teacher, just remember to sign in at the office as part of our Track & Trace system.

To those of you who still have school devices at home, these need to be returned to school urgently. These are used in the classes and need to be here.

If your children are unwell, please let us know so that our nurses can support you.

Otherwise, we look forward to hearing from you to advise when they return to school or seeing them here on Tuesday.

Nāku noa

Ravi Naidoo