Kia ora, welcome
- The wearing of face masks is optional and no longer a requirement of school staff and children.
- Visitors to the school, including parents and whānau, are still required to wear a mask whenever they are indoors on the school grounds.
- Face masks will be available for tamariki in Year 4+, to be worn on occasions when mask wearing is desirable e.g. large gatherings, school trips or if we experience an increase in the number of COVID cases in our school or community.
- Students under the age of 12 are no longer required to wear face masks on school or public transport.
- Where there is an expectation for tamariki to wear face masks, the same will apply to staff.
- The rights of staff and children to wear a face mask is to be respected at all times.
- All health measures in place at school that we know slow the spread of COVID-19, will continue. These include ensuring our indoor spaces are well-ventilated, maintaining good hand hygiene and cough and sneeze etiquette, appropriate physical distancing whenever we can and, most importantly, staying home if we are sick.
- Outdoor capacity limits for curriculum or non-curriculum events or activities have been removed.
- Indoor capacity limits for curriculum related events have been removed. However, for non-curriculum related events and activities we will still adhere to public health advice regarding seating and capacity limits.
- The New Beginnings Programme (4yrs old) will return on Friday mornings.
- Parents/Caregivers (masked) are welcomed back to Friday Assemblies.
- Parent helpers (masked) in school are welcome back.
- School Lunches will recommence on Thursdays, this term.
- FINGERS CROSSED... Inter-school events and activities will recommence this term
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