Saturday 4th June, 2022
Tēnā koutou e te whānau o te Kura ā Rohe o Whaingaroa
The latest school newsletter is now on our website, please click on the link if you have not yet read it. Closing Kura Tuakana is not a lockdown situation, but a necessary step to give staff time to get well and come back to school. We are very well equipped to deal with hybrid learning and have had some great successes in the past. Our akonga have the skills and experience to navigate our online portals.
This panui is a follow up to let whānau know what is happening in Week 6 Tuesday to Friday and what this means for our Kura Tuakana tamariki.
From Tuesday, 7th June, Online Learning programmes will be accessible via our school website for whānau to access. These programmes will support your children at home, simply log into our school website and click on the following portal buttons (scroll down the front page of the website to find them):
Learning from Home Ministry Of Education
For this short period of closure (four days), teachers will not be running online classes.
Teachers will post assignments and classwork for students to focus on in their Google Classrooms.
Teachers will be available via google chat and email for learning conversations and support.
On Site Learning – Bubble Class
These classes will run for the children of whānau who have essential workers in their households and those with other personal circumstances requiring our support. Please contact the office (phone 8258140). There will be two school adults in each class (either two teachers, or one teacher and one learning assistant):
- Years 7-13 AE3
If you have any further questions and or require any support please contact our 7-10 leadership team or myself directly.
Gwyn Brodie email@example.com 021 160 7664
Joseph Rao firstname.lastname@example.org 022 175 1378
Kia noho haumaru, kia noho ora! Stay safe and keep well.
Matua Quenten Browne
(Deputy Principal Kura Tuakana Years 7-13)