Alert level 2 Updates
As of 11.59pm tonight (17 Feb) and schools are therefore able to open and resume again tomorrow (18 Feb) for all students. Here is some information to keep you updated about our school guidelines and return back to school:
Students will need to be at school between 8am and 8.40am every day.
Please do not send your children to school before 8am until further notice.
The school gates will be locked daily 8.45am.
Please drop your child/ren off at the school gate. Do not enter the school grounds unless you need to purchase a school uniform at the school office or need to enrol a new student. If this is the case, then please go directly to the school office. Please do not go to any of the classrooms.
If you are dropping off tamariki to either Sathya Sai or Poetiare preschools then please drop off your tamariki between 8am and 8.40am. You will need to wait at the preschool gates until the staff there give you entry.
Our Transition into School programme for new 4-5 year olds will be from 8.30am to 9.30am on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Please contact the school Office for more info and/or to register your child.
Playgrounds will be closed every morning before school and after school.
Students must maintain physical distancing of 1 metre unless they live in the same home bubble.
All students will need to go directly to their classrooms on arrival to school.
Please send your child/ren to school with their own water bottle and a healthy packed lunch (for this week only). Our school water fountains will not be in use.
Breakfast Club will operate from 8am – 8.30am as of tomorrow.
All parents and visitors to the school must report to the Office. Please do not go directly to our classrooms.
Our school day finishes at 2.45pm and all students who usually get picked up from school will be escorted to the school gates for parents/whanau to collect. Please ensure that your child is picked up on time.
School gates will be locked at 3pm daily.
Please keep your child home if they have a cough, feel unwell or are showing COVID-19 symptoms.
Read the following newsletter for more information: Alert Level 2 updates