Covid-19 Update for Whānau (Friday, 25 March)
Some tamariki are learning at kura, and some are learning offsite.
# Tamariki in Isolation
Returning to Kura
We encourage our whānau to send your tamariki to kura. However, if you choose to keep your tamariki at home during this time, we ask that you please advise the kura. Distance learning online will only be available for the following classrooms.
Poutoa (Room 12) , Pukeamohau (Room 14a) and Kōpūānui (Room 15)
Next week Poutoa (Room 12), Pukeamohau (Room 14a), and Kōpūānui (Room 15) will be doing distance learning online at home. We anticipate that your tamariki will be able to return to school learning onsite on Monday, 4th April. Friendly reminder that kura remains open for tamariki of whānau who are essential workers or cannot provide appropriate supervision.
Rapid Antigen Tests (RATs)
If you would like some Rapid Antigen Tests (RATs) sent home with your tamariki, or you would like to arrange a contactless pickup, please email Miss Mon at email@example.com.
Contacting the Kura
Please continue to let us know if your tamaiti or someone in your house tests positive or if you require any other tautoko (support). If your whānau requires financial assistance because of the impact of Omicron, click on this link to see what assistance may be available to you.