How we operate during Covid 19 Alert Level 3
Kia ora whānau
For most of us, we operate at Alert Level 3 just as we have been at Alert Level 4 - home learning is in full swing and will continue during Alert Level 3.
From 1 September children of those who need to return to work and have no one else to care for their children can come to school. Due to restrictions on the number of children we can have in a bubble, and the teachers who are available to come to school, spaces are limited. Please get in touch with Whaea Di if you'd like a space for your child.
Children at school will be small "bubbles" of 10 and they continue to work on the same home learning tasks as the rest of their classmates. There was lots of information about how school works at Level 3 in our newsletter from last week - click here to see it.
Here are the links to our regular zoom catch up s while we're learning from home:
Di reading at 11 am - Picture Books
Jared reading at 1 pm - Fantastic Mr Fox
If you are wanting to do some extra learning activities with your kids, we still have our Pick'n'Mix folder (green link to the right). In this google folder, there is a whole raft of things to do at home. Each ALS will have its own folder with some age-specific content. There are additional links in the newsletter - link about - from last Friday. This work should not be sent to staff for marking, though they would be happy to see anything your kids would like to share. These folders will be good to go tomorrow morning.
So for now, please check in with those that need it. If you need anything please let us know!
Please keep an eye on communications from school via Hero, the phone app, and our Facebook page to stay up to date with school-related news.