Newsletter 2022/12

Principal’s Message Kia Ora parents, caregivers and whānau I’m starting this newsletter with a thank you!  The Board wishes me to pass on a big thank you to those who have paid their family donation already this year.  Just over a third of our community have done so thus far and we wanted to let … Read more

Te Motu Syndicate Term 2 2022 Update

What a crazy start to the year with Covid once again causing disruption. Although we are not becoming complacent, things seem to have settled to a little bit more normality with the country being at Orange restrictions. Mask wearing at school is currently optional, with most students choosing not to wear masks. We are encouraging … Read more

Newsletter 2022/11

Principal’s Message Kia Ora parents, caregivers and whānau Welcome to Term 2 and ten weeks of great learning and fun activities! It’s good to be at the ORANGE setting now, as this allows a little more freedom to hold events, hold singing sessions inside (great for Kapa Haka purposes) and welcome parents back on site.  … Read more

School Life at Orange

You’ll be aware that Minister of Education Chris Hipkins announced the move to Orange at 11:59pm last night. This decision to move to Orange was made on public health advice, but schools had little warning that this was going to occur. Click here to read more about school life at the Orange alert level.

3 May 2022 Board Agenda

To be held on Tuesday, 3 May 2022 at 7pm via ZOOM.  To join the ZOOM meeting, go to https://zoom.us/j/96027895193?pwd=dndrWm83eDJJREtWcUhYekhpeFJ3Zz09 1.   Karakia 2.   Administration – 25 mins (7.25pm)       a. ECD exercise       b. Apologies       c. Declaration of Conflicts of Interest       d. Minutes of previous … Read more

Newsletter 2022/10

Principal’s Message Kia Ora parents, caregivers and whānau Term 1 ends this Thursday at 3pm. It’s been a long term, but we have tried to make it as calm and positive as possible. There have naturally been ups and downs with cases of Covid and people away isolating, but we have remained vigilant and shown … Read more